WEG individual gold medallist Jos Lansink talks about his long career which was abbreviated by cancer, his thriving business and the future of the sport.
Can't see the purchase of a grand prix horse in the budget? No problem, according to Robinson, who is well-mounted on a couple of homebreds.
This rider decided to hunker down in the US to compete, despite facing a higher concentration of top horses and riders who would normally be in Europe.
Purchasing horses without trying them first is common in these Covid times, and Walker is no exception with Steve Guerdat's former ride.
A lifelong love of thoroughbreds ‒ first aboard hunters and jumpers, then as a race horse trainer ‒ has guided the career of this dedicated horsewoman.
Hippomundo catches up with the Belgian show jumper to find out more about his current horses and his developing breeding program.
Here's something you may not know: Christine Peters, Olympic Dressage Manager at Equestrian Canada, is a part-owner of Kentucky Derby-winning Authentic.
Thanks to hard work and some top-quality mounts, the 28-year-old has had great success across the hunter, jumper, and equitation divisions.
Penny Murray provides a wealth of of history and nostalgia with photos and stories of horses and riders who were the stars of the 'golden age' of jumping.
Tom Dvorak's rising star Viva’s Salinjo W may look like his full brother Viva’s Salieri W, but this high-energy over-achiever is a very different beast.