World Equestrian Games 2018

With Tokyo 2020 the next big Championship on the horizon, it is not surprising that Japan has a team competing at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon and they are ones to watch

Germany proved its eventing dressage prowess on Friday as the riders prepare for a true World Championship cross country course with some changes - our full wrap from Friday at Tryon

Hurricane Florence is starting to have an impact on the FEI World Equestrian Games at Tryon, North Carolina with eventing schedule and cross country changes being announced

Video: With a total score of 73.4, Germany has produced the best team result after the phase dressage in eventing history - here's how they did it

It seems that watching Championships from a comfortable armchair with a glass of wine is still a way away for Yogi Breisner who is busy with the Swedish teams at Tryon

Samantha Clark put Ireland's Sam Watson, co-founder of the equestrian stats ratings company Equi-Ratings, on the other end of the camera for a change to find out how he rated his chances at Tryon

Perhaps because of the heat, all the eventing horses were very well-behaved and it was generally an uneventful trot-up at the FEI World Equestrian Games at Tryon - now it's game on!

“She’s quick and fierce, lovely and pretty" Which of his ladies is Tim Price talking about?

Today's weather conditions that created an ‘unacceptable risk to horse welfare’ and resulted in the cancellation of the Endurance competition in Tryon are forecast to be replicated on Saturday when the eventing cross country phase is to take place

Video interview: Samantha Clark catches up with William Fox-Pitt at Tryon where he is helping Japan's Kazuma Tomoto before (hopefully) jetting back for Blenheim

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