By Daniel Etchells
A first ever Para-equestrian Forum has been held in Essen, with athletes and experts from 22 countries joining to tackle various key issues facing the sport.
By Michael Pavitt
An inaugural Para-equestrian Forum is beginning today in Essen, with experts and athletes from 22 countries taking part in the two-day event, hosted by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI).
By Liam Morgan
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) have announced their inaugural Para-equestrian forum will take place in Essen, Germany, from March 21 to 22.
By Daniel Etchells
American Para-dressage athlete Sydney Collier, and her service dog Journey, were among the equestrian heroes celebrated at the 2014 International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Awards Gala in the Azerbaijani capital Baku tonight.
By Emily GoddardA sports fan is aiming to raise $800,000 (£513,000/€651,000) for United States Para-equestrian athletes hoping to compete in dressage at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
By Emily GoddardLee Pearson, Great Britain's ten-time Paralympic equestrian champion, has officially opened a new multi-sensory room for young people with physical and learning disabilities at Millstead School in Liverpool.
By Emily GoddardNatasha Baker, Great Britain's two-time Paralympic equestrian champion, has jumped 12,000 feet from a plane to raise money for children's charity Dreamflight - for which she is an ambassador.
By Gary Anderson
Lee Pearson sealed his third Para-dressage gold medal at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy as the Briton topped the podium in the Grade 1b individual freestyle event on board Zion.
By Gary AndersonGreat Britain took team gold during today's action at the World Equestrian Games to secure a spot at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, where they will be joined by The Netherlands and Germany who finished second and third on the penultimate day of Para-dressage competition in Normandy.
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