Spain’s Ignasi Casas Vaque has received a 12-month suspension from the FEI for his role in the uproar that erupted when the WEG endurance race was cancelled
2018 World Equestrian Games
Australian driver Boyd Exell proved he remains in a league of his own by securing a third successive individual WEG gold medal.
Simone Blum became the first woman in WEG history and only the second female in the 65-year history of the World Championships to take the individual title.
In a breathtaking finale to Vaulting at the FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, Team Germany, Kristina Boe, and Lambert Leclezio from France all took gold.
Not even broken brakes could prevent Boyd Exell (AUS) from tightening his grip towards a third successive individual gold medal at WEG Tryon.
At the end of a brilliant week of competition, The Netherlands sit comfortably atop the overall medal table, with five golds, two silvers and two bronzes.
Mill Spring, NC, – The Canadian Vaulting Team closed out Canada’s participation in the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 (WEG) by coming together to secure a top 10 finish the Squad Competition in Mill Spring, NC, on Sept. 22, …
Oh my goodness who would have thought there was so much drama in the driving world. We had our fill today, on and off the marathon course.
Equestrian Canada confirms that unfortunately, Lauren Barwick and Engelbrecht will not compete in the Grade III Freestyle Test at FEI WEG today.
The United States delivered a first world team title as they triumphed in a dramatic finale in the Jumping Championship at the FEI WEG.
The world's top-ranked driver Boyd Exell has his sights set on another FEI Driving World Championship, winning the Dressage phase at WEG on Friday.
The Netherlands ended one of world sport's longest unbeaten records when they were crowned champions in Team Para-Dressage at WEG Tryon 2018.
Olympic qualification for Canada’s jumpers will have to wait another year. The girls and guys just couldn’t swing it this time.
The Canadian Show Jumping Team closed out the Team Final in 10th place at the FEI World Equestrian Games ™ Tryon 2018 on Sept. 21, 2018.
The Netherlands has turned the established order of international Para Dressage on its head by winning the Para-Dressage team competition the FEI WEG Tryon.