Great Britains's Charlotte Dujardin could hardly contain her emotions after securing the Gold Medal victory. “He couldn’t have done anymore” she said of the much-loved horse who is known at home as Blueberry. Read More
The first course designed by Brazil’s Guilherme Jorge was a tough one. German ace Ludger Beerbaum (52) said “I wasn’t expecting it to be so big, and to have the water jump on the first day too!” after his horse, Casello, hit only the very last obstacle on the 12-fence track. However all of his... Read More
Everyone sat up and paid attention when a relatively unknown Brazilian called Stephan de Freitas Barcha produced two spectacular clear rounds in the super-tough team competition, the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™, at La Baule (FRA) and Falsterbo (SWE) this year. Double-clears at this level of the... Read More
It is the Kentucky Three Day Event of Combined Driving, with non stop action of elegance, excitement, skill and chills at the Kentucky Horse Park October 6-9, 2015. Read More
It was an emotional roller-coaster from the outset, 38-year-old Akane Kuroki bursting into tears of relief and delight after posting a score of 66.90 with Toots to get the Japanese effort underway. There was deep disappointment for The Netherlands’ Adelinde Cornelissen who had to retire when her... Read More
Dressage competition at the Rio Olympic Games got underway at the Deodoro Olympic Equestrian Center Monday with the horse inspection. A total of 59 athlete-and-horse combinations representing 18 countries are set to compete in Wednesday's Grand Prix, the first test in team competition. Read More
France clinched team gold in Olympic Eventing at the Olympic Equestrian Venue at Deodoro Park today. “This is fantastic,” a clearly thrilled Astier Nicolas said afterwards. “There was a lot of pressure going into this, and really I just had to do what I could for the team. But even though there... Read More
It was clear from the outset that the 33-fence track would prove hugely influential, and with three of the first eight riders biting the dirt it more than lived up to expectations. Sam Griffiths got the Australians off to the perfect start however when cruising home with the lovely Irish mare,... Read More
“All along Rio has been my target, totally. It was unrealistic, but it was mine. I was in a coma for a couple of weeks and my sight was quite dodgy, I went from blind to seeing double so when I started jumping there were two jumps. It’s been a journey, but I’ve had so much support!” said the 47... Read More
Our on the scene reporter is settled in her room, swatting mosquitos with the help of fellow Canadian photographer, Cealy Tetley. Out an about in Rio and getting ready for the first equestrian challenge, Three Day Eventing. Read More

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