The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead in West Sussex was founded in 1960 by Douglas Bunn, who had dreamed of creating a venue that could rival those on the continent. In 2010, Hickstead celebrated its 50th anniversary, having become known as the home of British showjumping. The showground has been the venue for several World and European Showjumping Championships.

Consistently strong performances from all four team members secured a convincing victory for Germany at the opening leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Dressage 2015 pilot series at CDIO 3* at Vidauban in France today. Victoria Michalke, Thomas Wagner, Sanneke Rothenberger and Bernadette Brune threw down... Read More
Teams from five nations will be in action when the third pilot season of FEI Nations Cup™ Dressage gets underway at CDIO3* Vidauban (FRA) this week. And it’s going to be another fascinating series, as more new formats will be tested over the six legs that take place over the coming months.... Read More
With Olympic and European gold already in the bag, the British will be bidding for a clean sweep of team Championship titles when Jumping gets underway at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy, France in 10 days’ time. But while their side boasts both the Longines world number... Read More


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