Horse & Rider Training Tips

Up and coming Australian eventing riders Alice Hirst and Sam Jeffree attended their first ever George Morris clinic - what did they learn from the great man?

So you are thinking about working with horses in the UK? Sarah Huntley debunks some common myths and advises what you actually DO need to do in order to work in the UK and how to go about it

British Eventing is introducing a new training programme in 2017 with the aim of increasing the opportunities for riders up to the age of 21

“The shoulder-in is the key to all issues in the dressage" Part 2 of our review of the Christopher Bartle Eventing Dressage Masterclass in Adelaide

Michael Jung hasn't been sitting around waiting for Santa and Antipodean riders have made moves in the final FEI World Eventing rankings of 2016. Who ranks where heading into 2017?

Protective headwear will be mandatory for all three phases, including dressage, at all levels of British Eventing national competition in 2017 but stop watches are here to stay

Video: The top five riders in the inaugural British Eventing Gatehouse 1* League were recently invited to a training session with European gold medallist and Gatehouse sponsored rider Oliver Townend

The USEA Cross-Country Safety and Design Task Force has proposed an extraordinary rule change to come into effect in January 2017 regarding the use of frangible oxers on cross country courses

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