The national governing body for equestrian sport, branded as U.S. Equestrian, is in a whirlwind of accomplishment with plenty yet to come.
The woman who headed the team behind Omaha’s 2017 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and Dressage finals shares how her city made equestrian history
View our gallery of photos from Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Bromont.
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.
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.
A fabulous fixture that draws a crowd, the lone eventing competition in Wellington, Fla., also drew some impressive names this weekend, but no one could overcome Boyd Martin’s lock on the showcase as the only winner in its three years of existence.
Photo gallery from Friday’s $35,000 qualifier for the $216,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Wellington at the CP Palm Beach Masters presented by SOVARO®.
There were two blue ribbon winners in a class of nearly 100 riders that served as a qualifier for Sunday’s featured $216,000 Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Wellington at a show on a private estate in the “winter horse capital of world”
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.
A special anniversary is marked by exciting prospects for the organization, as it blazes a trail geared toward growing the sport while continuing to insure fair play and the welfare of horses.
From the elite riders to the base of amateurs, young people and lower-level competitors, the USEA didn’t forget a constituency during its well-attended annual meeting in rainy Hollywood, Fla.
Friendly rivals Kent Farrington and McLain Ward were at it again last night at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, finishing first and second in the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Toronto.
Kent Farrington and Voyeur took the CP National Horse Show's biggest prize in an awe-inspiring display of speed that showcased their world-class talent
This special show introduces horses to new fans, while bringing back those who know horses year after year for action-packed days filled with great, competition, fun and of course, shopping.
Lauren Hough thrilled spectators at the Washington International Horse Show with a performance that took the measure of brilliant competitors and a challenging course in the heart of the U.S. capital.
There was a surprising finish under the lights for the featured show jumping grand prix in the heart of Manhattan, at one of the most innovative equestrian competitions in the world.
View our photo gallery of behind-the-scenes and action photos from Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping New York.
A crowd of 8,400 watched as horse after horse faulted in a tough test for the American Gold Cup trophy at Old Salem Farm in North Salem, N.Y., leaving only two in a jump-off where the suspense continued after the last competitor crossed the finish line.