A massive payday draws 50 riders to the $500,000 grand prix as they seek to quench their pandemic drought, thanks to organizer Tom Struzzieri and his team.
The FEI Tribunal is worried about the number of doping cases linked to people on meds relieving themselves in the stable.
An 18-year ban for abuse, exposure to CAS and dilemmas over the WEC keep endurance in the headlines during the Covid hiatus.
Back in the spring, the FEI invited riders to comment on key anti-doping changes, particularly the hot topic of contamination. Guess how many replied...
Facing cancellation because of the pandemic, the Pennsylvania, Washington and Kentucky fall horse shows work together to avoid the Royal’s fate.
The Tokyo Games still aren’t anywhere close to a sure thing for 2021; everything depends on the course of the Covid-19 pandemic.
One of the few who has taken a horse abuse protest to the FEI Tribunal describes potential next steps for the electrified spur allegations.
Nominee for president brings financial expertise and enthusiasm for horse sports to his quest for more opportunities for the organization and its members.
Shows have started in the US, but USEF staff spent many hours creating the Covid action plan so people could start competing safely again.
How far apart do we ride in the warm-up? How can vets safely inspect a horse while its groom is holding it? There are still many practicalities to clarify.