In its 5th year, the US Driving Discipline continues to gather strength in training opportunities for qualified drivers. Read More
Two glistening high flying jumpers caught the eye of Omega Alpha Pharmaceuticals, Inc. With their overall good health and happy demeanors they where obvious choices for the Omega Alpha Healthy Horse Award, which is presented throughout the Summer in the Rockies Series held at The Colorado Horse... Read More
Millar, aptly dubbed ‘Captain Canada’ by his fans, earned the win with a jump-off time of 37.88 seconds aboard Ericson, owned by Millar Brooke Farm, and he finished second riding another Millar Brooke Farm entry, Truman, with a jump-off time of 39.37 seconds. Read More
The United States Equestrian Federation (US Equestrian) is pleased to announce the appointment of Isabelle Bibbler Parker to the newly created position of Vaulting Director of Performance. Read More
For 17-year-old Leesburg, FL, local Kanyon Walker, success has come from countless outlets, such as football and track, as he finds himself competing in three disciplines just like his horses. Read More
Every equestrian understands that life with horses is filled with plenty of joy and disappointment, and World Champion driver Suzy Stafford is no exception. For the last two years, Stafford and her charismatic Morgan mare PVF Peace of Mind have set their sights on returning to the World... Read More
Paul Jewell of Ewing, NJ, set the courses for Sunday’s Classic with six horses advancing to the jump-off. Jennifer Kocher bested the field by nearly two seconds with a double-clear effort in 42.65 seconds riding Miss Moneypenny, an entry owned by her husband and international grand prix rider... Read More
Did you know…that if you own a Stallion for the purpose of breeding, we have coverage’s to protect your possible loss of revenue shall he become totally and permanently impotent, infertile or incapable of serving mares as a result of an accident, illness or disease incurred during the policy period? Read More
“I really respect this fantastic mare,” said Lamaze of his 2016 Olympic individual bronze medal partner. “She gives me everything she has and really understands the competition. We had a few rattles in the first round, and it made her that much better for the second round.” Read More
The American team for Aachen appears to be the most likely team that will represent the U.S.A. on home turf at the 2018 World Equestrian Games as it will take its first test run in Aachen before the definite WEG team nominations are announced. Read More

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