Britain maintained a steady lead before securing victory at the second International Equestrian Federation Dressage Nations Cup in France.
Switzerland’s Martin Fuchs claimed victory at the Longines Global Champions League in Madrid.
Switzerland triumphed at the opening International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Jumping Nations Cup Europe Division One event in La Baule.
Compiègne in France will host the second of this season’s Dressage Nations Cup events, starting tomorrow and concluding on Sunday, May 19.
Riders will be hoping to cut Pieter Devos’ lead at the top of the Longines Global Champions League standings in Madrid.
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has announced the launch of a fantasy game for the Jumping Nations Cup.
Mexico secured their second consecutive win of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Jumping Nations Cup 2019 North America, Central America and Caribbean League in front of a home crowd in Coapexpan.
Britain's Piggy French claimed a dramatic victory as she produced a flawless performance in the show jumping phase to edge out compatriot Oliver Townend at Badminton Horse Trials.
Monaco Aces claimed their first Longines Global Champions League title of the season in a closely contested fourth leg of the series in Shanghai.
Britain's Oliver Townend continued his domination of the Badminton Horse Trials as he topped the standings after the cross-country phase of the competition on board Ballaghmor Class.
Israel’s Danielle Goldstein, riding Lizziemary, today became the first female rider to top the podium at the Shanghai Longines Global Champions Tour (LGCT) Grand Prix.
Britain's Oliver Townend is in first and second position after the dressage phase of Badminton Horse Trials.
Mexican competitors finished in the top three on the first day of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Longines Grand Prix at Coapexpan.
Longines Global Champions Tour (LGCT) leader Pieter Devos of Belgium will aim to continue his good form on the fourth stop of the season in Shanghai.
Canada's Ian Millar – who has competed in a record 10 Olympic Games – has announced his retirement after a career spanning nearly 50 years.