… in which Jim highlights some of the ways horses were central to all sides during the U.S. upheavals of the 19th century.
Thought-provoking questions leave Jim contemplating the future of eventing.
Do you know the length of your horse’s stride? Jim tells you why it’s important and how to figure it out.
For 2018, Jim shares his thoughts on making your life with your horse even more beneficial to you both.
In a departure from the norm and in the spirit of Christmas Eve myths, Jim lets Prince, the talking horse, take over his column and speak his mind.
Jim shares insights from his decades as a trainer and coach.
Michael Jung and Lauren Kieffer left no room at the top for a leaderboard of promising up-and-comers.
There are upsides to the possibility that eventing could soon lose its Olympic status.
This column is adapted from remarks that Jim recently addressed to the 2016 International Eventing Forum in Gloucestershire, England.
For Jim Wofford, judging the Dublin Horse Show is a window to the past and the future.
Jim Wofford's analysis of eventing’s century of evolution shows a shift of emphasis.
When it comes to matching the right tack to different horses, says Jim Wofford, there is no one-type-suits-all.
Jim voices his concerns about rule changes in eventing.
Jim Wofford weighs in on the 2015 Rolex Kentucky CCI****.
When it comes to horse training, there’s no one size fits all.
Jim Wofford gives advice on how to find the right eventing prospect for your level and aspirations.
The World Equestrian Games seemed like a good idea in 1990. Now, not so much.
The two over-fences disciplines, cross country and show jumping, share some common elements.
Jim analyzes trends he sees and trends he would like to see in eventing.