World Equestrian Games 2018

The ice man Phillip Dutton didn't need his rail in hand to come out on top in a nail-biting session of show jumping at the WEG Test Event at Tryon

"It wasn’t about the time, it was about setting him up for the future" Andrew Hoy is thrilled with Basmati's first 3* run at The Fork, Tryon where his past Olympic team-mate Phillip Dutton leads after cross country

"I think there’s definitely an advantage to being here, and that’s one of the reasons I sent my entry in!” Samantha Clark wraps up the second day of dressage at The Fork, Tryon and talks to the riders about riding at the WEG Test Event

Samantha Clark brings us her view from arena side on the first day of dressage at The Fork at Tryon, the Test Event for the 2018 Tryon World Equestrian Games

Andrew Hoy and the nine year old gelding Basmati will be competing at The Fork, Tryon WEG Test Event next week

"I’ve been there so many times and I know it’s like" Stuart Tinney talks about his new job as the Australian Eventing Chef d’Equipe, the new squads, the 2018 World Equestrian Games at Tryon and the selection process leading up to it

The inaugural annual World Equine Expo, to include the WEQx Games and World Horse Day, will run concurrently with the FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, USA

Sydney 2000 Olympic gold medallist plus Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic bronze medallist Stuart Tinney OAM will take up the role of Chef d’Equipe with the Australian Equestrian Eventing Team ahead of the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, USA

Equestrian Australia (EA) has today announced its National Eventing Squads

“In preparation for the WEG, the majority of our horses will target a spring CCI4* and we look forward to a strong showing at the Land Rover Kentucky CCI4*" says Erik Duvander, USEF Eventing Performance Director