Charlotte Dujardin Smashes Grand Prix World Record at Olympia

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro once again delighted a packed house at Olympia, The London International Horse Show, producing a World Record score in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Grand Prix. The mark of 87.46% beat their previous record,

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro produced a World Record score in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage Grand Prix at Olympia, The London International Horse Show. Photo by Paul Harding/Lewis Harding images

Give the Gift of Colostrum

With foaling season approaching, owners and caregivers are preparing for the births of their bundles of joy. As this exciting time nears, keep please keep in mind – a free online database connecting those in need of colostrum with

Contaminated Feed Kills Four Florida Horses

The horses and owners at Masterpiece Equestrian Center, in Davie, Florida, have been living a nightmare since October, when horses started getting sick after ingesting contaminated feed. Since then, four horses have died, and still more are in declining health.

AQHA Imposes Zero Tolerance Policy on Clenbuterol

Faced with continued increases in the number of reported clenbuterol overages in racehorses across the nation, the American Quarter Horse Association is taking steps for the safety and welfare of the horse and rider and is announcing that beginning January

Scott Brash Wins Rolex Grand Prix at CHI Geneva

In sport, legends are created by repeated success at the very highest level. The remarkable Scott Brash today proved why he is the very best that equestrian sport has seen in a long time, when he won the third equestrian

Scott Brash and Hello Sanctos won the Rolex Grand Prix at CHI Geneva.

Ian Millar Wins $25,000 Equiline Holiday I Grand Prix

Equestrian Sport Productions (ESP) hosted its Holiday Festival I this week on December 12-14, 2014, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, FL. The week featured the $10,000 Equiline Open Stake on Friday with a win for Amanda

Ian Millar and Baranus won the $25,000 Equiline Holiday I Grand Prix. Photo by Mancini Photos,

Chris Von Martels Makes the Most of C-DAAP Grant

Canadian dressage competitor Chris Von Martels recently returned to North America following six months of training and competing in The Netherlands. As a recipient of a $20,000 High Performance European Training and Competition Grant from the Canadian Dressage Athlete Assistance

Chris Von Martels of Ridgetown, ON, and Zilverstar campaigned in Europe for six months, thanks in part to a $20,000 High Performance European Training and Competition Grant from the Canadian Dressage Athlete Assistance Program. Photo courtesy of Chris Von Martels

Exell Makes it a Three-Peat in Switzerland

Reigning world and FEI World Cup™ Driving champion Boyd Exell (AUS) won his third consecutive series event of the season in Geneva (SUI) yesterday. Exell drove to victory an alternative team of horses in the Palexpo arena ahead of the

Advisor Queries FEI Commitment to Welfare

Roly Owers of World Horse Welfare addressed the FEI General Assembly on the weekend. His address questions whether the FEI and all the national federations are doing enough to ensure equine welfare is paramount in sport. To follow is his

FEI General Assembly Wrap-Up

Delegates from 131 National Federations were represented at the 2014 FEI General Assembly in Baku, Azerbaijan, December 11-14. The highlight of which was the election of Belgium’s Ingmar de Vos, as president. De Vos claimed the presidency with 98 out