Feature Split Rock Jumping Tour event in Kentucky completes a successful week operating under strict COVID-19 protocols and guidelines.
One of the world’s most prestigious equestrian events would have been celebrating its 45th year in late August, but will return Aug. 29-Sept. 5, 2021.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced the cancellation of this year's MARS Essex Horse Trials Country Weekend in Far Hills, New Jersey.
With this year's three-day event cancelled due to COVID-19 and no suitable alternative dates available, plans are underway for a return in 2021.
Preparations for the 2020 Lake Placid Horse Shows and Split Rock Jumping Tour are continuing at present, with event organizers following USEF guidelines.
For the first time in its 42-year history, the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event has been cancelled due to COVID-19; ticket refund options are pending.
Canadian Karen Cudmore already qualified for $100,000 InIt2WinIt Final with one qualifier remaining at the Royal Manitoba Winter Fair.
Sam Walker made it a "double-double" when he rode Cohbanta to the win in the $7,500 Chevrolet Low Junior Jumper Classic at the 2019 Lake Placid Horse Shows.
U.S. Olympic veteran Will Coleman rode his longtime partner, Obos O'Reilly, to the win in the Advanced division of the MARS Essex Horse Trials.
Great Britain's Oliver Townend successfully defended his Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event title, while Jessica Phoenix was the top-placed Canadian.