Kent Farrington (USA) and Uceko, winners of the “Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia”, the third and last qualifier for the “Rolex Grand Prix” on Sunday. (Photo: Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping/Kit Houghton).
It’s hot. It’s humid. The air is not moving. Sound like a typical summer day? In an effort to make our equine companions more comfortable we often break out the fans this time of year. But, are the fans you are using actually much more dangerous than you have imagined? Read More
The FEI President has welcomed today’s confirmation by the IOC that equestrian sport will be in the Olympic programme for the 2024 Games and approval of the Olympic formats submitted by the FEI for the Tokyo 2020 Games. Read More
As the summer heats up around the country and especially in the warmer states, all equine owners need to keep their horses well hydrated. It is important to provide clean, fresh water at all times and be aware of increased water requirements during extremely hot days. Read More
A strong contingent of U.S. combinations tackled The Irish Field CCI3* at the Tattersalls International Horse Trials on May 31-June 4. Land Rover/USEF eventing competition grant recipients Phillip Dutton and Z were the top U.S. finishers in a solid international field, taking home fifth-place... Read More
The Kentucky Three-Day Event is the nation's premier Three-Day Event and one of the most prestigious equestrian competitions in the world. "As we move forward with our ever-changing event, we are unveiling a new look that is reflected in our new logo and website. Read More
Whether horses travel just down the road or across the country, they are exposed to new horses and surroundings that may increase their risk for infectious diseases. Equal parts vaccination and biosecurity can help keep your horse healthy. Read More
Stem cells are immature cells with the potential to become any type of connective tissue cell (bone, tendon, muscle, etc.) and their use in equine veterinary medicine is becoming increasingly more common. Read More