Friday, May. 24, 2024


Ann L. Pringle

On the heels of the WEG, our columnist sees new trends and programs shaping up to improve drivers at all levels

Now that the Alltech FEI

Although our columnist had her doubts beforehand, she ended up thrilled with the event and the legacy the WEG has left for combined


Our columnist reflects on the sport’s history and the modernization that will be showcased at the upcoming World Equestrian Games.

An advanced four-in-hand competitor

Our columnist worries that the time and money required to drive, especially at the advanced level, has jeopardized the stability of the sport.

With the Alltech

The year 2009 turned out better than I expected. The mood of the country at the end of 2008 was depressed by the plummeting economy

Our columnist and veteran pairs driver Larry Poulin agree that an improved team philosophy could improve our international results.

After a year off from competition, he’s back on top and getting ready to represent the United States.

There aren’t a lot of surprises when U.S. veteran driver Larry Poulin enters a competition, and that’s just the way he likes it.

With fewer competitors and competitions, our columnist sees the sport at a major crossroads.

A handful of combined driving events have gone on hiatus

•    Canadian drivers have always strongly supported the Metamora CDE with their entries, and this year was no exception. Ten of the 36 competitors, almost