The Tokyo Olympics will now commence on July 23, 2021 and close on August 8, 2021, nearly exactly one year after their originally scheduled dates. (more…)
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games have officially been postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (more…)
Mark your calendars now! The long-awaited news has finally broken: LA will host the Summer Games in 2028. Get the scoop on the equestrian venue here courtesy of our sister site Jumper Nation.
Get to know the man at the top of the standings after a wild cross-country day Monday.
The latest chapter of the bizarre yet endearing “Billy to Rio” saga continues, with Billy’s latest Olympic attempt: gymnastics.
If you’re new to the adventures of Billy to Rio, an unusually-marked equine with big dreams of Olympic glory (yet not, apparently, in the equestrian disciplines) you can catch up on past videos here. The gist of Billy’s story is that he, like many young folks, wasn’t sure about his true life calling — but a fateful run-in with a thunderstorm left a lightning-bolt-shaped blaze on his forehead and the quest for an Olympic gold medal in his heart.
Billy’s story continues as he struggles to find the sport that will be his road to stardom. In today’s episode, he takes on gymnastics.
Billy, shine on, you crazy diamond.
Go Billy and go riding!
This quirky yet endearing campaign for the 2016 Summer Olympics stars a horse named Billy with an impossible dream. Let the hijinks and weird horse jokes roll.
The FEI kicked off its largest-ever global campaign to promote equestrian sport at the 2016 Summer Olympic Games: introducing #TwoHearts, a celebration of the partnership between horse and rider.
The Winter Olympics are here, though not without some problems–one being that there are no equestrian competitions. (more…)
Para-dressage kicks off tomorrow in Greenwich Park. (Recommence chants of “USA! USA! USA!”) Here’s what you need to know. (more…)
The Olympics are over and all the athletes have returned to their homes and regular routines, including Horse and his horse fly friends, Steve and Fred. By Melanie Eberhardt. (more…)