Todd Minikus brought it home for the holidays, wrapping up Equestrian Sport Productions Holiday II series by besting a class of 44 entries to win the $25,000 ProElite Grand Prix on Carlo owned by Erin Haas of North Face Farm. Read More
US Equestrian is pleased to introduce the 2017 Equestrians of Honor. Voting is now open online. The 2017 Equestrian of the Year will be awarded Thursday evening, January 18 at the Pegasus Awards dinner during the US Equestrian Annual Meeting in Lexington, KY. Read More
The United States Equestrian Team (USET) Foundation is pleased to announce it has awarded the 2017 Amanda Pirie Warrington Grant to up-and-coming eventing rider Mackenna Shea of Temecula, California. Read More
The National Horse Show is saddened by the passing our beloved friend and loyal patron, Hunter Harrison. Harrison served as the National Horse Show Chairman of the Board of Directors from 2011-2017. Read More
Hurry! They sell out fast! Ticket prices and the event schedule for the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018, which are set for September 11 through September 23, 2018, are now available online. Read More
Dear Friends, we will remember 2017 as a year that tested our resolve. From natural disasters to senseless tragedies, entire communities were shaken. But the human spirit perseveres, and as we continue to lift each other up Read More
Many times we are asked "My state has an Equine Activity Liability Act (EALA) - do I still need insurance?" The answer is absolutely. Horse owners place themselves and their assets at risk every time their horse comes in contact with people or property. Read More
The United States Dressage Federation™ (USDF) is pleased to announce that twenty-three USDF members successfully graduated from the USDF L Education Program in 2017. Read More
A handsome stallion with an abundance of charm, Gallant Reflection impresses even further when you watch him compete. Reserve Champion of his 70-Day Stallion Testing, Gallant Reflection earned an overall score of 127 points. Read More
If the first thing your horse does when you stop riding is rub his face on his leg, this could be a sign that your bridle is pinching some nerves. Usually this is a sign of numbing and tingling in their face from nerve compression. Read More