Other International Events

Sinead Halpin Manoir de Carneville

Sinead Halpin takes the CIC3* win at The Fork in North Carolina, USA but sadness at the loss of two horses during the weekend

Chris Burton Tempranillo

A good weekend at Gatcombe Park for the Aussies with both Chris Burton and Paul Tapner picking up wins and we find out more about William Fox-Pitt's relaxing time there with his young horses and club members

 Here are the results of the final big show jumping class and some images from the last day in Doha with thanks to Libby Law

“When you come through the tunnel and into the arena, you can’t help but feel impressed – it is spectacular!” says Princess Nathalie after her win on Digby in the dressage Grand Prix at Al Shaqab

Steve Guerdat CHI Al Shaqab 2014

The heat is on in Doha with day four coming to a close and more podium dancers celebrating a fabulous competition at CHI Al Shaqab. Libby Law brings us all the news and her fabulous photos

Edwina Alexander Al Shaqab 2014

Libby Law is enjoying the Middle Eastern hospitality at the CHI Al Shaqab, takes us on a little tour of her experience so far and brings us news and photos from the first day of show jumping

CHI Al Shaqab 2014

Show jumping, dressage, vaulting and endurance are taking place at CHI AL SHAQAB 2014 in Doha, Qatar and Libby Law is there to bring us a view of the only CHI (Concours Hippique International) competition in the Middle East and Asia

Andrew Hoy Cheeky Calimbo

A quick look at what happened around the international eventing world during the past few days in the UK, USA, Portugal and New Zealand

Liz Halliday-Sharpe Fernhill by Night

It has seemed like ages since we’ve written a report about what went on where in eventing around the world but here we are again. We take a look at what happened at Isleham, UK and in sunny Portugal at Barrocca d’Alva

Puhinui International 3 Day Event 2013

As the season wound down we headed to Puhinui, NZ. We caught up with Andrew Nicholson, Lizzie Brown, Rebel Morrow and Stuart Tinney and looked back on an interesting 2013 as Hamish Cargill pondered what 2014 would bring

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