Patricia Clark and her Standardbred East Meets West are true trailblazers when it comes to endurance riding. They are racking up awards and showing how well Standardbreds can do in a sport like endurance. (more…)
In part 15 of her stories on Standardbreds, Ashley Francese offers another testament to the versatility of Standardbreds — especially when it comes to endurance riding. (more…)
USEF seeks expressions of interest for an endurance recognized affiliate. (more…)
“Somebody had to win, it might as well be me, was my approach.” – Bob Long
Noelle Maxwell has been following the developments of the FEI Temporary Endurance Committee for Horse Nation, and reports back with a recent Q&A with a representative of the FEI.
The FEI seeks to return endurance riding back to its “roots” with a re-emphasis on horse welfare and horsemanship, with a Temporary Committee charged with an in-depth rule review.
Jen Joines and her rescued miniature horse Kricket didn’t set out to become inspirational icons to show that no dream is too big — but here they are, living the dream, fresh off a 65-mile riding tour. We caught up with Jen to learn Kricket’s story!
From setting up camp to the hold box and the finish, an endurance race is like no other equestrian event. In the latest installment of “Going the Distance,” we break down the anatomy of an endurance ride!
An important part of any discipline is the necessary equipment to make sure horse and rider are comfortable, safe and healthy. In our series on endurance with Angela Gross Kemerer, we’re taking a closer look at tack and equipment!
Angela Gross Kemerer and her Arabian mare Shae have completed FIVE 100-mile rides in their partnership, and they’re preparing for a return to the Vermont 100 in 2018. Horse Nation is tagging along for the ride!
Never stop learning! Austen Gage details the second half of her adventure far from the comforts of her usual dressage when she joined her friend for a 30-mile endurance race.
Never stop learning!
While the five-and-a-half mile parade route may have been a good deal shorter than the average ride, the AERC’s participation in the Rose Parade was no less significant to the lucky riders.
WEG brought us the ultimate test of a horse and rider over hours and hours and miles and miles. Instagram brought us the photos. (more…)