Eventing News

"I want it to be the traditional Badminton with some real rider frightener type fences - big scary stuff but that the horses can read well and jump well" Eric Winter's cross country course at Badminton will be revealed soon

Sometimes your horse has its first experience of tackling a water jump at a competition - here are a few tips and how the good guys do it

The FEI has issued an Eventing FAQ on Rule 549.2 where riders now incur 50 penalties for jumping outside the flag on cross country and cannot seek assistance from the fence judge

British Eventing is partnering with sports data analytics company EquiRatings to trial their pioneering safety tracking system, the EquiRatings Quality Index (ERQI)

The FEI Eventing Risk Management Programme Report provides valuable statistics on falls, injuries, competition levels and number of starters at international level eventing from 2006-2016

Pippa Funnell and Gemma Tattersall are keen to compete at Burgham International Horse Trials in March, with both travelling more than 350 miles from Surrey to compete

March 8th is International Women's Day and we can't think of any sport that better epitomises the IWD 2017 motto of #BeBoldForChange. How bold are our lady eventers? VERY!!

Very good dressage scores played a big part in the top placings of the EvA95 and EvA105 at Geelong Horse Trials where Nat Davies was a late starter!

In Part 2 of their training session at home, Gemma and Stuart Tinney focus on straightness in jumping lines and skinny fences

Special pricing on our 2015 UK Cross Country Videos