When it comes to dressage, there’s no joking around for Katie Robicheaux, who won the first Horse of Course High Score Award of the season at Week 1 of the Adequan® Global Dressage Festival 2018 at the Equestrian Village at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, Florida. Read More
A pinnacle of equine competition in South Florida for over 40 years, the Winter Equestrian Festival is welcoming international-caliber athletes to contest one of the most competitive show series in the world. Read More
If you plan to take your horse with you on vacation--camping and trail riding--make sure he's fit to go. Read More
The Nature Coast Driving Trial and Combined Test January 13 and 14 begins the winter season for a growing group of horse and pony drivers who have flocked to central Florida for training, conditioning and fun. Read More
Did you know that with a Markel Commercial Equine Liability policy that you can also add your Farm personal property? Read More
Jennifer Baumert and Handsome broke the 70% barrier in the second prix st georges class on day one of the 2018 Adequan® Global Dressage Festival Read More
There were 34 fantastic applicants this year and it was very hard for our Selection Committee of Charlotte Bredhall-Baker, George Williams, and Robert Dover, to determine the top 4. Each of the Scholarship recipients will receive a free month of training with Robert Dover at OS Dressage in... Read More
What began in 1997 as a vision of Mary Phelps to bring dressage news, results and stories from the road has turned into one, if not, the longest running equestrian website now in it's 21st year! She saw in the internet the capability to reach out to horse people worldwide and bravely jumped... Read More
Nancy Later Lavoie's lifetime career as a dressage rider and trainer has taken her on a journey she shares with her students and horses. She brings her years of knowledge and experience in competing, training and traveling in Europe and the USA. Read More
Just like humans, horses can choke on their food. In most cases horses resolve the issue on their own but sometimes veterinarian intervention is needed. Read More