The 17th edition of the Bromont International Driving will be a qualifying event for the Canadian and American teams for the World Equestrian Games which will take place in Tryon, North Carolina, on September 11, 2018. Read More
The Devon Horse Show and Country Fair, a USEF Heritage Competition taking place May 24-June 3 in Devon, PA., holds special significance for the driving community. For the American driving community, it’s both a historic, world-class competition and a homecoming. Read More
To finish out the evening in the Dixon Oval, the Single Horse Driving division took place with nine entries. The Devon blue was stolen by PJ Crowley after accumulating the most points in the Single Horse Pleasure Driving Turnout and the Single Horse Scurry. Read More
The world’s number one horse four-in-hand driver, Boyd Exell from Australia, showed yet again why he has held this title consistently over the last decade taking his ninth CAIO4* Land Rover International Driving Grand Prix victory. Read More
Following the conclusion of the Dressage phase of FEI CAI 2* competition as part of the venue’s inaugural Driving event, Misdee Wrigley-Miller (USA) holds the lead heading into tomorrow’s Marathon on a score of 39.99. Read More
Follow coverage on HorsesDaily.com of the World Equestrian Games Test events leading up to the WEG at the Tryon International Equestrian Center~~ Read More
“I think this is a team that can consistently go clear and, hopefully, will be good enough to get us on the medal podium in Tryon in September. I hope they’ll be my FEI World Equestrian Games team,” Chester Weber said. Read More
Scott Adcox, Sarasota, FL, piloted Nupafeed Auto Pilot and Pepe to the Intermediate Pair Horse title at Live Oak International. Looking to gain experience for his pair, Adcox had three cones faults and 10.44 time faults for a weekend score of 185.39. Read More
Jennifer Thompson, Lodi, WI, carefully maneuvered her own Funnominial C.G. to take home the Intermediate Single Horse Championship title at Live Oak International. Her 0.21 time penalties brought her to a three-day result of 140.94. Read More
After taking over the lead of the Intermediate Pair Pony Championship on Marathon day, Katie Whaley, Paris, KY, solidified her win with a faultless trip around the cones course at the Live Oak International earning the inagural Intermediate Pair Pony Championship. Read More

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