Practical Horseman is bringing you all the show jumping and eventing action from FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018. We’ll share the competition results and breaking news from the event, as well as lead-up coverage of this prestigious two-week-long event. Our team will be on-site in Tryon, North Carolina, to provide up-to-the-minute insider news, beautiful photo galleries and video interviews with your favorite riders. Watch this space for the latest news and thanks to SoftRide and Hylofit for their fabulous support of our coverage!
Tomorrow’s jumping individual championship at the World Equestrian Games will feature the top 25 horse and rider combinations, who are separated by only 9.3 penalties.
In a jump-off unprecedented at a world championships, the U.S. won gold in a dramatic afternoon of thrilling competition
A collection of our favorite photos of gold-medal winning Team USA, as well as photos of Team Sweden (silver) and Team Germany (bronze).
The Swiss continued as the leading nation in show jumping at the FEI World Equestrian Games in North Carolina, but the U.S. moved up from fourth to second this afternoon, as Germany jumped from eighth to third.
Switzerland went to the team and individual lead after the one-round speed class, followed by the Netherlands and Brazil, with the U.S. less than a rail behind
Photos of today's top 5 placing riders, shots of Team USA and some of our favorite moments from the first day of show jumping warm at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon.
It is with great regret that we confirm that the horse Box Qutie, ridden by Sweden’s Anna Freskgård in the Eventing Championship at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018, was euthanized this afternoon.
U.S. horses and riders all looked ready for action as they took a look around the ring where show-jumping competition begins tomorrow
Photos from the final day of eventing at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon.
It’s back to the drawingboard for the U.S. eventing team after a disappointing conclusion to its efforts at the WEG, where the British squad took the gold.