Amateurs Invited to Participate in Sporthorse Research Study


Amateurs who own horses and compete in Dressage, Show Jumping and/or Eventing are invited to participate in a research study involving a short, 10 minute online survey. This study is being conducted by Michael Willham from Otterbein University to discover behavioral patterns with new market media trends in the horse industry, specifically the advertising considerations of buying and selling sporthorses. 

Popular Preliminary Challenge Returns for a Ninth Year at The Spring Event at Woodside


Woodside, CA, May 17, 2016 - The much anticipated Preliminary Challenge returns to the Spring Event at Woodside, May 26-28, for the ninth consecutive year. This competition is a staple on the calendar of west coast riders, and this year’s event boasts a $15,000 purse and $15,000 worth of prizes split between the two divisions. ​​

Eventing: More than a Sport


In September of 2016 I made a trek across the country from North Carolina to California so that my husband and I could finally live together after almost a year apart. I was beyond excited, nervous and a little bit scared. I had opted to leave my wonderful horse at home on the East Coast for a few months while I settled in. 

US Equestrian Eventing Team Technical Advisor David O’Connor Steps Down to Focus on Global Risk Management for the Eventing Discipline


Lexington, Ky. – The United States Equestrian Federation (US Equestrian) has reluctantly accepted the resignation of its U.S. Eventing Technical Advisor David O’Connor.


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