British and Dutch riders took charge on the opening day of action of the International Equestrian Federation European Championships as Para-dressage took centre stage.
Eight-time Paralympic champion Sophie Christiansen was among those to attend a forum on the development of Para-equestrian in the English town of Stow.
Australia's Emma Booth has claimed participating in Para-equestrian has made a monumental difference to her life after she was involved in a car accident in 2013.
Sarah Armstrong has been appointed as performance manager for the Para-dressage team at the British Equestrian Federation (BEF).
Natasha Baker's horse Cabral, which she rode to three Paralympic Games gold medals in Rio de Janeiro, has died after contracting a bacterial infection.
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has announced that all human and equine doping samples taken during the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have returned negative.
Pearson wins 11th Paralympic dressage gold as Baker and Christiansen sparkle again for Britain at Rio 2016
Natasha Baker and Sophie Christiansen each claimed their third Paralympic Games dressage gold medals of Rio 2016 on another day of British success at the Rio Equestrian Centre on which Lee Pearson won an 11th Paralympic title.
Britain's Natasha Baker defended her Individual Championship Test Grade III para-dressage Paralympic title at the Olympic Equestrian Centre as compatriot Sophie Christiansen bagged a sixth gold medal.
Austria's Pepo Puch won the Individual Championship Test Grade IB dressage title to deny Britain's Lee Pearson an 11th Paralympic gold medal at the Olympic Equestrian Centre in Rio.
Norway's Ann Cathrin Lübbe won the first Paralympic dressage gold medal of Rio 2016 with victory on board Donatello at the Olympic Equestrian Centre today.
Britain’s leading Para-show jumpers will, for the first time, compete directly against able-bodied riders at the ESUK Grassroots Championships at Arena UK in Grantham this weekend.
Canada has selected four equestrian athletes for the Para-dressage competition at Rio 2016.
Belgium has announced a four-strong equestrian team for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
British Para-dressage rider Verity Smith has launched a campaign to challenge an International Equestrian Federation (FEI) rule which states blind competitors must wear a blindfold at the Paralympic Games, claiming it is “debilitating” and affects her chances of success.
The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) has announced the appointment of Sarah Armstrong as interim Para-equestrian dressage performance manager to lead the team in Rio de Janeiro next year.