The Netherlands continued its brilliant run in the Adequan© Para Dressage at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon today with Rixt van der Horst successfully defending her individual title from Normandy 2014. Read More
Switzerland's former Olympic champion Steve Guerdat showed his class to claim a scintillating victory in the opening competition of the Jumping Championship at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 (WEG). Read More
The first medals were awarded for the inaugural Nations Team Vaulting Championship which debuted to astounding success and acclaim. Adding fire to the Games, the competition provided the perfect showcase of the evolution and expansion of FEI Vaulting worldwide. Read More
All five of the world's top-ranked riders head a star-studded field when jumping begins at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 on Wednesday. Harrie Smolders leads a strong Dutch challenge, while the United States' hopes of a first WEG title will be driven by McLain Ward. Read More
The 24-year-old European champion, who was born without legs, continued a memorable year by taking Grade II Individual honors ahead of prolific medal-winning Austrian Pepo Puch.Kaastrup, riding 17-year-old Horsebo Smarties. Read More
In addition to the loss of the 20-year-old endurance horse from New Zealand, it was just announced a Swedish mare who sustained soft tissue injuries was euthanized today. Here is the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 Statement on Box Qutie (SWE). Read More
Dressage at Devon (DAD) is very pleased to inaugurate the annual Blessing of the Animals, taking place mid-morning, Sunday, September 30, in the famed Dixon Oval at the Devon Horse Show grounds. Read More
British talisman Sir Lee Pearson will break a WEG record if he adds to his medal collection during a packed Para-Dressage program that sees more than 60 competitors from 23 countries lining up. Read More
Eventing fans at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 were treated to one of the thrilling afternoons of sport as four days of compelling competition came down to the very final show jumping fence. Read More
The British team, overnight leaders after cross country, all sailed through this afternoon’s rain-soaked horse inspection, as did individual leaders, German Ingrid Klimke’s SAP Hale Bob OLD and Briton Rosalind Canter’s Allstar B. Read More

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