Eventing News

Throughout the year we are privileged to be part of eventing competitions big and small where we love to capture not just the action but also the behind the scenes ‘happy and huggy’ moments

How much attention were you paying in 2016? Fill up your glass, be it by a roaring fire or by the pool, and check out your knowledge of what happened in 2016 around the eventing world

Did anyone else notice that blue jackets – quite bright blue jackets – were the big thing in eventing in 2016?

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New Zealand has retained its Olympic equestrian funding despite missing out on medals in Rio and the British Equestrian Federation has received increased funding for the four year Tokyo cycle

The eventing sire Jumbo once again leads the British Eventing Top Sire rankings for 2016 while Grafenstolz tops the sire rankings for young horses

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has announced that David O'Connor will serve as the Eventing Technical Advisor for the Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team.

Two new CCI4* dressage tests have been released by the FEI that will come into effect on January 1st 2017

Significant changes in the areas of new penalty points, stricter MERs, level of difficulty at World Championship level and new rules for Arena/Indoor Eventing are in the eventing rules issued by the FEI to come into effect on 1st January 2017

“We excel when it comes to gender equality, but what makes our sport so great is the unique bond between human and animal, between man and horse. But it is this same unique value which makes our sport vulnerable"