Defending Rolex Kentucky champion Jung is entered on Fischerrocana FST, the horse he rode to victory last year. Last year the duo completed on their dressage score of 39.3 penalty points to claim the $100,000 winning purse along with the Rolex timepiece that goes to the winning rider. Jung, the... Read More
Robert Altman was one of the pioneers of equine massage having apprenticed with Jack Meagher, the former sports massage therapist for the Boston Celtics, who in the early 80's was recruited by the US Eventing Coach Jack Le Goff to try his hands on equines. Read More
Roger Haller (USA), cross country course designer for the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games and the 1978 FEI World Championships course in Kentucky (USA), passed away peacefully at home in Georgia on 30 March 2016 following a battle with cancer. Read More
"The combination of our hosting the first-ever FEI Eventing Nations Cup™ in the U.S. and the final chance to see our country's Olympic horses and riders before they head off to Rio is generating unprecedented interest in our event," said Robert. L Banner Jr., President of the Great Meadow... Read More
"We are thrilled to be welcoming new nations to the Olympic and Paralympic equestrian family and to have 43 flags at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games and 30 for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games”, FEI President Ingmar De Vos said. “It’s a testament to the increasing global appeal and universality of our... Read More
Twelve European young medals awaiting winners at Montelibretti. A championship that has grown and nurtured the roman protagonists of Italian eventing that today have won for Italy the qualification of a composite team for the Rio Olympic Games Read More
Don’t miss the last big Stallion Service Auction of the season with over 70 stallions to choose from! The Rheinland Pfalz-Saar International’s annual Stallion Service Auction is open for bidding now through Sunday, March 6th. Read More
"We're really fortunate that we have this grant because the Bramham U25 is the highlight for U25 riders in the world," Martin attested. "This is the most important competition we have. Sending U25 kids from the states over there to compete against the world will show us how good we are and how... Read More
For equestrians planning a trip to the 'Horse Capital of the World,' mark your calendars and book your travel for April 20 to May 1, 2016! For these two back-to-back weeks, the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky will host the Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) National Finals... Read More
ThinLine products provide exceptional benefits for both horse and rider. A panel of ThinLine Shock absorbing breathable foam is sewn onto the base product- cotton in this pad. In addition to the best protection for your horse there is a pocket to place shims for saddle fit adjustment if needed.... Read More

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