Fears that a welfare scandal at the 2018 World Equestrian Games will taint all equestrian sport are highlighted in a letter to the USEF from the AERC.
Netherlands-based show jumper Ben Talbot, 32, is now the second British rider is at the centre of a social media storm over whip abuse.
An FEI Endurance Championship is again at the centre of controversy, with video evidence of a highly distressed gold-medal winning team horse.
Fear over a potential horse welfare scandal in the sport of endurance at the World Equestrian Games have come to a head in recent days.
Workers are battling round the clock in “multiple shifts” to get Tryon International Equestrian Centre serviceable on time for the World Equestrian Games.
Unprecedented scenes of chaos and anger have unfolded on the opening day of the WEG with the decision to re-start the race as a 120km 2* event.
The French Endurance team’s long-standing chef d’equipe, believes the chaos that unfurled yesterday in Tryon could “sign the death of endurance.”
A few days before WEG, I shared a current aeriel video of Tryon on Facebook, saying it looked rather more finished than all the images we’
A Belgian jumper who turned down a “fast-track” fine for a colic-related controlled medication violation has been suspended for six months.
British show jumper Tim Stockdale died on November 14, 2018, at age 54, just weeks after revealing he had been diagnosed with stomach cancer.
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