Team Belgium is no stranger to the highest step of the podium in FEI competition, yet a Belgian rider had never clinched the coveted individual gold medal. Read More
On European soil, American drivers compete in a sport that is popular and strong. Steeped in tradition, talent, and plenty of horse and pony flesh, crowds in the thousands come out each of the three days. American drivers at the Advanced (FEI) Level face a challenge in Europe where in the US they... Read More
Team USA secured a definitive victory in the eighth and last leg of the FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2017 Europe Division 1 League in Dublin (IRL) today when producing the only zero score in a hard-fought competition. Read More
Horse-and-rider combinations gathered in the SmartPak Grand Prix Arena at Lamplight for the $5,000 Welcome Grand Prix in the third week of Equifest. Striving to have a clean first round, just six pairs made it to the jump-off clear and under the time-allowed of 76 seconds. Read More
The United States Hunter Jumper Association is pleased to announce USHJA Zone Teams competing in the 2017 USEF Pony Jumper Championships during USEF Pony Finals. Read More
Cesar Parra, the only U.S. rider in FEI World Breeding Dressage Championships, breezed through the show’s Qualifier for 7-year-old horses with ease earning them a spot in the Small Final. Read More
It was a day of firsts for Canadian Isabelle Lapierre, as the 38 year old rode her own Cescha M to her first World Cup qualifier victory and her mount’s World Cup qualifier debut at the opening leg of the 2017 /2018 season of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League. Read More
The United States Dressage Federation (USDF) is pleased to announce that the Albers Award perpetual trophy was awarded to Region 3 Chef d’Equipe Sue Bender, at this year’s USDF North American Junior & Young Rider Dressage Championships Read More
The FEI World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses in Ermelo/Netherlands were a triumphant march for Hanoverian horses. Read More
This morning the final of the LONGINES FEI/WBFSH World Breeding Dressage Championships for Young Horses for five-year-olds took place. Both the qualifiers and the small final forecasted a dream final with lots of quality. Read More

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