Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) has quickly become an international hub for many of the world’s top equestrian athletes. We welcomes guests 365 days a year to watch, dine, shop, and experience one of the premier riding facilities in the world built for the love of horses and our sport.

Molly Paris (USA) and her own Countess rose to the occasion in the FEI Grand Prix Freestyle. "This is our first CDI-W Grand Prix together and it's been so amazing!" said an exuberant Paris. "She's an amazing horse. She's been great all week. It was a great place to win" Read More
The first ever FEI CPEDI 3* competition kicked off friday at TIEC, welcoming riders from around North America for their first experience at the venue. Yesterdays competition saw riders from all five grades contest team competition. Read More
Duncan and her own Vitall, a 2002 Dutch Warmblood gelding (Ferro x Jarelle x Aram) entered the CDI ring today for the first time together in two years after the horse suffered an injury to his splint bone, which resulted in a lengthy surgery and rehabilitation. The duo championed the FEI Grand... Read More
This week Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) is hosting the first ever Para-Equestrian Dressage competition at the facility, welcoming the Fall Dressage FEI CDI-W & CPEDI 3* and USEF National Show each presented by Adequan® on Friday, September 15 through Sunday, September 17. Read More
Todd Minikus wrapped up the final week at Tryon in a blaze of glory by catching a ride on Caron Stuckey’s Luigi and riding him to victory. Read More
Hayley Waters of Sparr, FL, and Uppie De Lis took top honors in the $65,000 Tryon Resort Grand Prix, stopping the second round timers in 36.021 seconds. Read More
Emanuel Andrade and Bon Jovi made their round look easy on the Grass Complex at Tryon, finishing a challenging short course in 38.465 seconds. Read More
The week marked Ramsay's final time competing at TIEC this summer. He ended on a high note, earning the victory in the Grand Prix aboard Cocq A Doddle at Tryon. Read More
“Most of these horses are young and gaining experience. This summer at Tryon is all about bringing them up the levels. It is so rewarding to see them come into their own and fulfill their potential,” explained Minikus. Read More
Santiago Lambre (MEX) guided Casino N to a win in the $6,000 1.40m Nutrena® Power & Speed CSI 3* to begin international competition this week at Tryon International Equestrian Center. Read More

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