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).
The United States Equestrian Federation, Inc. (US Equestrian) and the Kentucky Tourism, Arts & Heritage Cabinet are pleased to announce that the Kentucky Horse Park Commission and US Equestrian have signed a 40-year ground lease on three acres of land. Read More
Could supplementing a horse’s diet with aloe vera gel work as well as commercial products for reducing the effects of gastric ulcers? Researchers from the University of Adelaide in South Australia sought to find out in a recently published study. Read More
Most of the best international riders, monuments of this sport, will be on the Champ de Mars next June 30th to July 2nd for the prestigious Parisian leg of the Longines Global Champions Tour. Read More
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
While the AQHA recognizes the therapeutic benefits of the drug furosemide, commonly known as Lasix, to help with exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage (EIPH) in racehorses, the drug is still up for debate on whether or not it should be prohibited for showhorses. Read More
Sweetnam and Cyklon 1083, a 2001 Swedish Warmblood stallion (Cardento x Cortus), owned by Spy Coast Farm LLC, frequent the winner's circle at TIEC, and proved yet again to be unbeatable, taking their second win of the week. Read More