Every week Horse Nation teams up with Ovation Riding to recognize those doing good in the horse world. This week we recognize Audrie Stanka and Zach Brandt, who will host monthly fundraising clinics for Frangible Fences.
“[N]ot one rider on the planet is immune to making a mistake… Riders will press their luck. Horses will miss. Accidents will happen, but when they do it shouldn’t cost us our lives, or the lives of our horses.” (more…)
In the wake of the death of Katharine Morel, many riders are left with more questions than answers. Eventing Nation’s Maggie Deatrick voices a plea for transparency when it comes to the investigations of accidents in the eventing world. (more…)
“We want not just to be a horse show facility for all breeds and disciplines, but to also offer public access. We talk about how we [the horse community] have access, we want the community to have access as well!”
Good news for the Pacific Northwest’s emerging eventing scene: the Oregon Horse Center, perhaps most famous for its extreme indoor mountain trail course, has opened a new eventing venue! Biz Stamm has the scoop.
On the eve of the 2016 Olympic opening ceremonies, we take a look back at Leslie Wylie’s coverage of the 2015 Olympic Test Event in Rio as she contends with a vibrant but troubled city fraught with contradiction.
Sally Spickard traces Michael Jung’s journey to winning the Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing after his victory at Badminton last weekend: Jung becomes only the second rider in history to capture this title!