Eventing News

The FEI Eventing Independent Audit by Charles Barnett “An Audit into Eventing Incorporating an Analysis of Risk Factors for Cross Country Horse Falls at FEI Eventing Competitions” has been published

Following the withdrawal of Bromont, Kentucky will not be hosting the 2018 World Equestrian Games but is keenly focussed on 2022

“Horses are not perfect and neither are we” says super coach Lucinda Green “What I try and do in the first 30 minutes before we go on the cross country is to make things as awkward as possible for you so that you learn to ride through the problems"

The FEI is working on alternatives for the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 following the terminatation of the contract to host the Games in Bromont, Canada due to ongoing financial issues.

Go behind the scenes with Rio-bound, dual Olympic Gold Medallist Phillip Dutton to see what it takes to compete at international level

Top Irish rider Sam Watson is just one of the many fans of the range of Ionic Technology products from Horseware - find out why and how it can help both you and your horse

With the confirmation that Gemma Tattersall will be riding Quicklook V at Rio, the selection of eventing horses for Team GB is a triumph for British breeding

The withdrawals after CIC3* show jumping at Barbury have made things interesting and the CIC2* classes featured some up and coming stars, including a new Spanish horse for Barbury master, Andrew Nicholson

International course designer and Technical Delegate Wayne Copping looks at some of the issues facing eventing and how they could be addressed in the area of cross country design

Gemma Tattersall Bramham 2016

Gemma Tattersall has taken the mantle of leading lady rider in the FEI World Eventing Rankings in June and Andrew Nicholson has shot back into the top 10