Report from the International Omaha
The Longines FEI World Cup™ Show Jumping and Dressage Finals is a hard act to follow, but the 2017 host venue is continuing its innovative approach a year later.
Learn behind-the-scenes stories about the top competitions in hunters, jumpers, eventing and dressage—who won the big events and how they earned the top spot. Competitions include the Olympics, the World Equestrian Games, the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North American League and much more.
Margie Engle was third in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Wellington yesterday with Royce, the personality-plus 14-year-old stallion by Café Au Lait.
Daniel Coyle could be a contender for a berth at the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final in Paris during April after a victory at the CP Palm Beach Masters presented by Sovaro
In his first trip to the Las Vegas National Horse Show, Great Britain's Ben Maher topped the field of 44 last night aboard Tipsy Du Terral.
The Toronto show’s final jumper class delivered unexpected results, as Hardin Towell and an under-the-radar Canadian rider, Francois Lamontagne, topped the placings.
World No. 1-ranked show jumper Kent Farrington had his work cut out for him with Voyeur after winning last night’s Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Toronto at the Royal Winter Fair.
For Jennifer Gates, the new Under 25 National Jumper title holder, winning was easier than the victory gallop in the Alltech Arena at the CP National Horse Show.
Title winner Madison Goetzmann and reserve Jordyn Rose Freedman were both outstanding in a difficult test at the Kentucky Horse Park
A field of 40 riders from nine countries gave fans something to cheer about in the $250,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Lexington at the Kentucky Horse Park.
From the costume class to the thrill of the puissance, the equitation championship, Shetland pony races, barn night and international jumping, this lively competition in the nation’s capital turns spectators into fans.
Mandy Porter is off to a great start at #FEIWorldCup Del Mar.
A new addition to the four-year-old show proves extremely popular, capping a day of competition with an evening of excitement.
A charitable gesture shone bright after a hotly contested competition, putting a perspective on what’s important beyond the trappings of victory.
The American Gold Cup show was the venue for great sport, with a new star rising to the top Sunday on his quest to qualify for next spring’s Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping finals in Paris.
The HITS Million in upstate Saugerties, N.Y., was a mesmerizing class, as entry after entry failed to achieve a fault-free trip. The top prize went to a rider who jumped clean, but wasn’t perfect.
The $50,000 Longines Cup was hard-fought over a very difficult course at the high-end show in the heart of Long Island’s playground for the rich and famous.
Conor Swail picks up a win at Thunderbird Show Park in the second leg of the #FEIWorldCupNAL.
An excellent 4-star grand prix drew a capacity crowd to the North Carolina facility that will host many more people and horses for a very special thirteen days of competition next year.
A new feature at one of the country’s oldest horse shows was a resounding success, captivating the crowd and getting enthusiastic reviews from participants.
Despite sheets of cold rain that drenched competitors and spectators on cross-country day, the reviews were good for an event that has often struggled, but now seems to be on the right track.
A four-star rider explains her key to success—riding in balance.
McLain Ward’s cherished ambition became reality in Omaha as he finally won the trophy he had sought for decades.
The arena familiarization and warm-ups for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and FEI World Cup™ Dressage Finals are over—now it’s time for the competition to begin.
At the Live Oak International show, Todd Minikus pulled off a come-from-behind save worthy of a movie script as he finally achieved an elusive goal.
Week five of the 12-week WEF in Wellington Florida was highlighted by the $380,000 Fidelity Investments 5-Star Grand Prix, but there was plenty of other jumper action at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center over the weekend as well.
With 12 countries represented in a truly international field of 40 riders, the CP Palm Beach Masters offered a competitive grand prix on the turf, as the clock ticked down to qualifying for next month’s Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Final in Omaha.
The sparkle of awards celebrations highlighted the convention for many attending, but behind the scenes, the dedicated governance group was working hard on reinventing the 100-year-old organization.
United States Hunter Jumper Association marks a new growth and integrity-focused era at annual meeting.