News: Horse Sport

Colombia’s Daniel Bluman Claims $35,000 HEP Open Welcome

Woodburn Euthanized

Eventer Phillip Dutton’s World Equestrian Games partner, Woodburn, was euthanized on August 2nd after suffering an apparent internal hemorrhage. The 15-year-old New Zealand-bred Thoroughbred (Herewood the Wake  x Princess Heights) placed second at the 2010 Rolex Kentucky ****, and was…

Watch FEI Nations’ Cup in Dublin Live Online

The seventh leg of the FEI Nations Cup™, which will take place on Friday August 5, in Dublin (IRL), will be broadcast LIVE on FEI TV, the official FEI video platform, according to the following schedule:   – 1st round: from…

Equine Canada Settles with Provinces

The Joint Steering Committee (JSC), comprised of representatives of Equine Canada, provinces/territories participating in Equine Canada programs, and non-participating provinces and territories, has concluded negotiations and has reached agreement on roles, governance structure and finance. This agreement will enable Equine…

FEI Reining Committee Agrees to New Rules Structure

The FEI Reining Committee has now completed its work on a total revision of the Rules structure for the discipline. The proposed amendments will be sent to National Federations for full consultation before they are voted on at the FEI…

The Next Generation Rises to the Challenge in Kentucky

A heat-wave and thunderstorms failed to throw the next talented generation off their stride at the FEI North American Junior & Young Riders’ Championships, which came to a thrilling conclusion at the Horse Park In Kentucky, USA on July 31st. …

Avery Klunick, Alyssa Phillips, Alexa Ehlers and Victoria New, USA Area 5's Gold Medal Junior Eventing Team Champions at the FEI North American Junior and Young Rider Championships 2011 in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by FEI/Anthony Trollope.

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