Temperatures inside horse trailers are a concern to all when doing long distance hauling. Endurance rider Jo Christensen from Montana learned a lot on a recent trip when she installed a temperature monitor in her trailer. Read More
Whether you spend the warmer months camping, attending horse shows, or both, it can feel like every winter arrives sooner than the last. Before you know it, the leaves are falling, temperatures and dropping, and it's time to pack up the trailer for the season. Read More
The National Drive is proud to announce it is moving to the Hoosier Horse Park at Edinburgh, Indiana, for the 2018 season, both the Spring Fling, May 24-27 and the Fall Drive, October 2-7. Read More
Exciting News for Combined Driving Competitors! Starting in 2018, USEF will offer Horse Of The Year (HOTY) points & Awards for Advanced, Intermediate, Preliminary divisions in USEF-licensed classes. Read More
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Waller of Stockbridge, MA, made the trip to Toronto’s iconic Royal Horse Show to win the Green Meadows Four-In-Hand Coaching Appointments Class. For Harvey and Mary Waller, driving at The Royal has been a tradition for nearly 20 years. “Every year now, it’s like, ‘it’s... Read More
Don’t miss the 67th Annual SFHJA Charity Horse Show! This event has raised hundreds of thousands in donations over the years for Equestrian Aid Foundation and other worthy nonprofits. Read More
US Equestrian is pleased to announce the dates and locations of the 2018 USEF Combined Driving National Championships, including new preliminary and intermediate division championships. Read More
The Katydid CDE continues to be one of the top driving events in the southeast and the largest show of its kind in South Carolina runs from November 1- November 5 2017. Recognized by the FEI as well as the USE and ADS, Katydid CDE is one of the few international competitions in North America. Read More
The height of travel season is upon us and horses will soon be traveling throughout the U.S. and beyond for winter competition. Some horses don’t fare well during a long trip, be it heading south for the winter or across the state to traverse new trails. Read More
We all know that gut-wrenching feeling of coming too close to another car’s tail lights. For the safety of ourselves, our cargo, our horses, and others on the road, it’s important to prepare for those scary moments when a car veers in front of your tow vehicle or stops short. Read More

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