The Endurance Temporary Committee has worked tirelessly for a year, going further than any of its predecessors dared to with reforms to rescue endurance.
As eventers say farewell to Fair Hill as a 3- and 4-star venue that has served the sport well, they look forward to having a 5-star nearby next autumn.
Despite all the format manipulation aimed at admitting new countries, Olympic hopefuls in eventing still have to meet the Minimum Eligibility Requirement.
Sydney, Australia’s deputy state coroner presented his findings into the deaths of Olivia Inglis and Caitlyn Fischer, who both died at events in 2016.
It took a special effort, but the show jumping competition on Governors Island was one to remember for Longines Global Champions competitors and fans.
Whether an athlete has cheated or not, using “contamination” as a defence in doping cases is becoming common place in all sports, including equestrian.
A wave of reaction has met the news that former U.S. show jumping coach George Morris has been issued a lifetime ban by the U.S. Center for SafeSport.
Debate is still raging about Andrew Kocher’s decision to jump Carollo in the Spruce Meadows Derby the day after he won the Queen Elizabeth II Cup.
The Central Park Horse Show, established in 2014 and cancelled last year, will not run again this year either. But organizers say it will return in 2020.
The Kentucky Horse Park was not on the list for consideration as a host for the 2022 world championships, as the FEI announced bidders for those events.