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Karl Cook Wins $135,600 Longines FEI World Cup™ Qualifier at Thunderbird

The USA’s Karl Cook jumped Tembla to a thrilling win in the $135,600 Longines FEI World Cup™ Qualifier, presented by Noel Asmar, at Langley CSI3*-W. Thunderbird Show Park hosted the first leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping North… Continue Reading →

McLain Ward Picks Up Win on Opening Day of Hampton Classic

McLain Ward sped to the top in the $30,000 Boar’s Head Open Jumper Challenge, presented by Dan’s Papers, on opening day at the Hampton Classic Horse Show. The win marked the four-time Olympic veteran’s first competition since leading the US… Continue Reading →

Great Britain Wins Final Furusiyya Leg in Gijón

Great Britain pipped Spain by a slender one-fault margin in the nail-biting last qualifying leg of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2016 series at Gijón (ESP) this afternoon where Robert Bevis was the hero of the day when sealing… Continue Reading →

Disturbing Animal Abuse Documented at Bastrop Kill Pen

A barbaric snapchat video of two men brutally torturing and killing a pitbull has surfaced on social media. The incident occurred at a known kill pen in Bastrop, LA where a slaughter-bound horse was used in the torture. The following… Continue Reading →

#StopThemSally Campaign Delays BLM Sterilization Experiments

Since the #StopThemSally campaign launched on Tuesday, thousands of concerned citizens have heeded calls by The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign to demand that U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell halt planned sterilization experiments. Thousands of tweets, Facebook posts, faxes, and… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: British Superstar, 58 Year-Old Nick Skelton, Wins Show Jumping Gold!

It was a thriller in Rio today where 58 year-old British rider Nick Skelton bested 35 of the world’s best horse and rider combinations to secure an individual gold in the 2016 Olympic games. The morning started at 10am Rio… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: Who’s in, Who’s Out After Round A of Show Jumping Individual Final

Guilherme Jorge’s course for round A of the individual final was big and technical, but the 35 starters showed us why they’re the best in the world. A lucky 13 were clear with 0 faults while 2 riders jumped clean… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: Individual Show Jumping Final – Order of Go & What You Need to Know

There’s just one more day of equestrian competition at the 2016 Rio Olympics and it’s destined to be an exciting one as 35 horse and rider combinations square off tomorrow morning for the first round of the individual show jumping… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: France is Golden Again! Team USA Pick Up Silver and Bronze Goes to Germany

It was an absolute thriller in Rio today where team medals were decided in dramatic fashion as France and the USA nailed down gold and silver, and Canada and Germany jumped-off for the Bronze. Giulherme Jorge’s track was big and… Continue Reading →

Rio 2016: Results from Show Jumping Day 2

It was a thrilling day of Show Jumping in Rio today, where each round counted toward both a team and individual score. 8 teams move on to tomorrow’s round, and the top 45 individuals with fewer than 10 faults over… Continue Reading →

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