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March 8, 2015

Every Second Counts: It's Not Over Until The Last Stride!

Ben Maher had quite a challenge in front of him as the last to jump off in the $372,000 FEI World Cup Grand Prix in Wellington, Fla., on March 7. He was on Diva II, an up-and-coming mount for the British rider, while Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum was piloting the exciting new star Fibonacci 17, who had won the $372,000 FEI World Cup Grand Prix two weeks before. They kept it as close as it can get!


March 1, 2015

2015 $150,000 WEF 8 Grand Prix - Todd Minikus and Babalou 41's Winning Jump-Off

Here's Todd Minikus' winning jump-off round on Babalou 41 in the $150,000 WEF Grand Prix, presented by Lugano Diamonds...

March 1, 2015

2015 $150,000 WEF 8 Grand Prix - Beezie Madden And Simon's Jump-Off

Here's Beezie Madden's jup-off round on Simon, which put her into second place....


January 28, 2015

Riders Announced For $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase

The final rider list has been released for the $50,000 Wellington Eventing Showcase, presented by Asheville Regional Airport, which will be held Jan. 30-31 in Wellington, Fla., at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center. 

The Wellington Eventing Showcase will be a special invitational for top U.S. and Canadian high performance riders, plus riders from Australia and New Zealand. The competition is presented by Asheville Regional Airport with additional sponsors Rolex, Land Rover and Adequan®. 

The rider/horse combinations include:

January 14, 2015

A Video Look Back At The Central Park Horse Show

Want to take a look back at the Central Park Horse Show, presented by Rolex? Here's a great video review of the show. Stay tuned for exciting news about the 2015 version of the show!


Central Park Horse Show Presented by Rolex from Heather Buchanan on Vimeo.

December 30, 2014

Fairytales, Role Reversals And Valegro Misbehaving: The Chronicle Staff's 2014 Memorable Moments

With a horse show happening every weekend, and sometimes multiple major events taking place in locations around the country on the same day, the Chronicle reporters spend countless weekends on the road.

But regardless of how many horses we see winning championships and cantering down centerline, a few special moments always leave a lasting impression long after the story is written and the results are old news. As we head into the new year, here are a few of our favorite moments from 2014.

December 29, 2014

Images Of A Year: 2014

As Chronicle staffers covering competitions around the world, we take thousands of photos each year. Some of our favorite pictures are ones you might expectriders winning major championships or smiling on a podiumbut others make the list because they demonstrate a particularly strong bond between horse and rider.

December 16, 2014

Tis The Season To Dress Pets Up

It's that time of year, when pets of all shapes and sizes get adorned with all kinds of holiday gear! Publishing a Holiday Pet Gallery is an annual tradition in The Chronicle of the Horse, and we have some dogs and horses who appear year after year. Odamae, who appears midway down this page, has had her photo in the Holiday Pet Gallery for years! We decided to share the gallery, which appears in the Dec. 22 Holiday Issue print edition of the Chronicle, with you online this year as well.  

September 23, 2014

First Annual Central Park Horse Show Goes Mainstream

Did you enjoy watching the inaugural Central Park Horse Show, presented by Rolex, either in person or on NBC Sports? Did you follow it online? This exciting event created plenty of stir and not just in the horse world. Horses returned to compete in the heart of New York City for the first time in more than a decade, and we’ve compiled a list of media coverage of the show, which featured the world’s best horses and riders in show jumping and dressage in New York City’s Trump Ring in Central Park on Sept 18-21. Want to see more equestrian coverage on TV and in mainstream press?

July 25, 2014

3,000 Riders Sign Petition Aimed At Cleaning Up Endurance

New rules aimed at cleaning up welfare malpractices in endurance racing take effect on Aug. 1, but pressure is mounting in the French endurance community for even more to be done.

A petition signed by more than 3,000 riders from Europe and North America has been sent to Princess Haya, president of the Fédération Equestre Internationale, while the Association Francaise des Veterinaires des Equestre Endurance (French endurance veterinarians) has written to the French Equestrian Federation expressing growing concern about failure to observe even existing FEI rules.

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