“The [Handy] course was very fun and I loved riding in this [Grand Prix] field. When I walked it, it had a lot of challenging questions. The most challenging obstacle was the trot jump after the last oxer, which was quite big,” said Stearns. Read More
Bloomberg, who is one of the United States’ top show jumpers, has been friends with Collier for years and is excited to help the talented para-dressage rider continue on her quest to represent the United States in championship competition and further promote the sport of para-dressage. Read More
Following a series of selection trials held at competitions across the country from April through July, the following athleteswere recommended to the US Equestrian Board of Directors for consideration to be named to the Nominated Entry List. Read More
Dressage at DevonCDI-W/Y/JSeptember 25 to 30, 2018 has been a premier North American equestrian event since 1975. Read More
The most decorated Olympic show jumper of all time, winning seven medals, five of which were gold passed away July 9, 2018 at the age of 91. Read More
Tickets to the September 16th reception celebrating the participation of horses, riders, coaches and supporters from Africa in the 2018Fédération Equestre Internationale(FEI) World Equestrian Games (WEG) Tryon are now on sale via Brown Paper Tickets. Read More
The marathon course was spread out over the large property across the street from the stadium. Organizers had to put a stop to ticket sales as the crowd swelled to capacity to watch the drama unfold among the top four-in-hand drivers and teams in Europe. Read More
NRHA Million Dollar Rider Bernard Fonck rode What A Wave (Tidal Wave Jac x What A Sunrise) to yet another championship: The duo clinched the NRHA Open World Championship for three consecutive years in a row (2015-2017). Read More
In the first day of competition, the first go, first section of the NRHA European Non Pro Derby was held along with the $11,400-added NRHA European Open Affiliate Championship and $2,250 NRHA Open ancillary class. Read More
Even though up she’d never participated in a sport horse breeding class before, Bigelow decided to try something new and presented her elegant mare in hand for judge Carter Bass. Her efforts were handsomely rewarded as Kiss Me Kate (Tre Awain Irish Sweeps x Hillside Elizabeth by Tre Awain... Read More

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