FEI World Equestrian Games Start Tuesday

World Equestrian Games

The FEI World Equestrian Games™, held every four years in the middle of the Olympic cycle, starts on September 11th at the Tyron International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, NC. There is something here for everyone:  All FEI disciplines are represented – Jumping, Dressage and Para-Equestrian Dressage, Eventing, Driving, Endurance, Vaulting and Reining. Right now, […]

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And a Rail Makes the Difference in Kentucky

Oliver Townend and Cooley Master Class

Show jumping is typically not the most exciting part of an even like Kentucky. That’s usually reserved for cross country. However, coming into the final phase today, the top three riders were separated by only 1.2 points, so even a time fault would change the rankings. When Michael Jung and Christopher Burton both had rails, […]

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Watch the Longines World Cup Qualifiers on the Horse Network

Very little of our equestrian sport is broadcast on traditional television. Luckily, live streaming events has become more common. You can watch Burghley TV and see eventers tackle all three phases of the great event. And now you can enjoy all 14 legs  of the Longines World Cup Qualifiers from the comfort of your easy […]

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Puissance in the Park

Which is more daunting, the 6’9″ Puissance wall or the hack between the ring and the stabling areas at the Central Park Horse Show? Emanuel Andrade (VEN) and Clouwni are shown “hailing a cab” over the wall. Although this was Andrade’s first Puissance competition, he pulled off a three-way tie with Kama Godek (USA) and […]

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Nick Skelton and Big Star win Individual Gold in Show Jumping

After seven Olympics and one team gold medal, Nick Skelton has won the individual gold in show jumping riding “the best horse that I’ve ever had or likely ever will,” Big Star. Skelton is the first British rider to win an individual gold medal at the Olympics and, at 58, is the oldest equestrian to […]

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Tired of setting rails?

Here’s a cool product! The only problem I can see is that you still need to get off if you have a rail.

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