Olympians and Pan Am medalists lead a growing list of international entries for the popular Quebec eventing fixture, June 8-11.
A hot battle ensued between three central European nations as opportunities narrow for those seeking Olympic team qualification.
A tribute to the athletes, owners, officials, organizations, volunteers, and supporters within the Canadian equestrian industry.
Karl Slezak and Hot Bobo are 4th at Tryon; Leonie Bramall returns to the ring in Czech Republic; Ali Ramsay wins Kentucky Spring Classic.
Four strong performances over the Ian Stark-designed cross-country course gave the French team the edge over Great Britain.
The first group of event riders benefitting from funds from the U25 scholarship program have been announced.
The 2018 world champion led the competition from start to finish and had four rails in hand going into the final phase.
The American rider and her remarkable gelding ended a 15-year drought by becoming the first US combination to win at Kentucky since 2008.
The pair made Canada proud with a sizzling victory in the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event; the last time a Canadian won there was in 1992.
The USA’s Tamie Smith and Mai Baum are poised to win the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event 5* going into Sunday's show jumping phase.