It seems that my dear eventing community needs a few lessons on what should and should not been seen moving up the jog strip. I'm going to be using my best old queer guy eye to pass out some major fashion police citations here so buckle up! 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
Just two months ago, Sandra Holden of Pleasantville, New York experienced the thrills of competing in the national spotlight as she and her 14-year-old Hanoverian gelding Cano Cristales galloped to a top-three finish in the Training division of the American Eventing Championships. Now the... Read More
Following Friday night’s opening round of competition, riders carried their penalties forward to Saturday night’s all-deciding final round. Phoenix, who was sitting second behind Rachel McDonough of Toronto, ON, coming into the final phase of competition, posted the fastest penalty-free time of... 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
Enteroliths are one of the many causes of colic in the horse. They are actually concrete-like balls that form in the intestinal tract and eventually often cause obstruction of the gastrointestinal tract and have to be surgically removed. Read More
It was a rollercoaster weekend for Selena O'Hanlon as she bounced from first to second and back on top again with Foxwood High, a 14-year-old Canadian Sport Horse owned by John and Judy Rumble. Ultimately, the CCI*** win and a $15,000 prize was hers for the taking after adding three deliberate... Read More
Tamra Smith and Sunsprite Warmbloods' Sunsprite Syrius were the first combination to come home clear within the time on Saturday's cross country. The 9-year-old Trakehner gelding made quick work of Derek di Grazia's course to remain on his dressage score (40.9) going into Sunday's show jumping... Read More
A fast cross country round awarded Maryland-native Colleen Rutledge and her own Covert Rights the top position in the CCI*** division. The 11-year-old Thoroughbred Cross remains on his dressage score (39.8) after a fault free performance. Read More

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