Brazil earned their first International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Nations Cup Jumping victory at the French seaside resort of La Baule.
The French seaside resort of La Baule will host the second-leg of the International Equestrian Federation's Europe Division 1 Nations Cup series tomorrow.
Two sponsors of world number one Oliver Townend have announced that they are cancelling their agreements with the British rider after he was punished for the use of his whip at the Badminton Horse Trials earlier this month.
Harrie Smolders lived-up to his world number one ranking with a superb victory at the Longines Global Champions Tour leg in Hamburg today.
Harrie Smolders will hope to live up to his world number one ranking by impressing at the Longines Global Champions Tour leg in Hamburg tomorrow.
Two-time Olympic equestrian rider and President of the Japanese Olympic Committee Tsunekazu Takeda recently described the equestrian venue for the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta Palembang as “fantastic”.
Concerns over the use of a whip by Oliver Townend during the Badminton Horse Trials will be raised with the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), the British Horse Society (BHS) has confirmed.
Ingmar De Vos is poised for a second term as President of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) after the governing body confirmed he will run unopposed for the role.
New Zealand's Jonelle Price put in an excellent performance on the final day of competition to clinch the overall gold medal at the Badminton Horse Trials.
Britain’s Ben Maher secured victory as the Longines Global Champions Tour continued in Madrid.
Jonelle Price rose into the lead after the cross-country phase of the Badminton Horse Trials today.
Marcus Ehning will be among the favourites looking to claim victory at the latest Longines Global Champions Tour leg in Madrid.
Oliver Townend’s prospects of completing the Rolex Grand Slam title at the Badminton Horse Trials soared today as he and his mount Ballaghmor Class won the dressage stage and go into tomorrow’s cross country with a 2.6 penalty lead, giving him six seconds in hand.
Great Britain’s competition debutant Rosalind Canter upset the odds to finish top of the dressage rankings on day one of the Badminton Horse Trials.
Great Britain’s Oliver Townend, recently crowned International Equestrian Federation (FEI) world number one eventer, will be looking to win the coveted Rolex Grand Slam with a victory at the Badminton Horse Trials due to start tomorrow.