Equestrian

McEwen publishes manifesto in bid to become next FEI President

By Paul Osborne

John McEwen has published his campaign Manifesto for his bid to become FEI President ©Getty ImagesBritain's John McEwen, first vice-president of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), has published his campaign manifesto for his bid to be elected the world governing body's next President. 

Rob Hoekstra to leave British Showjumping at the end of the year

By Paul Osborne

Rob Hoekstra is set to step down form his role as world class performance showjumping manager at British Showjumping at the beginning of next year ©Getty Images
Rob Hoekstra, world class performance showjumping manager at British Showjumping, is set to leave his role at the end of the year.

Dutch win jumping crown at FEI Nations Cup with three clear rounds

By Gary Anderson

The Netherlands claimed the FEI Nations Cup title with a dominant performance in Barcelona ©Getty ImagesWorld champions The Netherlands confirmed their status as the number one jumping team as three of their riders registered clear runs on the way to claiming the title in the discipline at the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Nations Cup in Barcelona.

United States retain Challenge Cup at FEI Nations Cup in Barcelona

By Gary Anderson

The United States retained their jumping Challenge Cup title after battling Australia ©Bongarts/Getty ImagesThe United States retained their Challenge Cup title at the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Nations Cup in Barcelona following a thrilling jump-off with Australia.

Dutch world champions impress as final jumping line-up decided at FEI Nations Cup

By Gary Anderson

The Netherlands has carried on from the World Equestrian Games to lead the way at the FEI Nations Cup in Barcelona ©AFP/Getty ImagesThe Netherlands confirmed their status as the world's number one jumping team by topping the first round to secure qualification at the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Nations Cup in Barcelona.

Top athletes gear up for Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final

By Emily Goddard

Italian Simone Coata, Alexander Zetterman of Sweden, Venezuela’s Andres Rodrigez, Great Britain’s William Whitaker, Australian Julia Hargreaves, Ben Asselin of Canada, Brazilian Pedro Vennis, American Margie Engle, Simon Delestre of France, home athlete Paula Amilibia and Belgian Dirk Demeersman are all set to compete at the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final ©FEISome of the world's top riders are gearing up for the Furusiyya International Equestrian Federation Nations Cup Jumping Final, with The Netherlands, France and United States being the ones to watch in Barcelona.

Morganti named IPC Best Female Athlete of the Month for August

Emily Goddard

Sara Morganti has been voted the IPC Best Female Athlete of the Month for August ©FEIItalian Para-Equestrian Dressage rider Sara Morganti has been voted the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Best Female Athlete of the Month for August after winning a gold medal at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy.

Exell takes third straight driving title as The Netherlands claim double gold on final day of World Equestrian Games

By Paul Osborne

Boyd Exell takes gold in the driving competition as Dutch claim double delight on final day of World Equestrian Games ©Marie de Ronde-Oudemans/FEIIt was a day of gold for The Netherlands at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy, as Jeroen Dubbeldam jumped his way to victory in the individual jumping contest after the Dutch had loaded their carriages with gold in the team driving competition.

Delaveau delights home crowd as he moves into top-four jumping final at World Equestrian Games

By Paul Osborne

Patrice Delaveau booked a spot in the top-four jumping competition tomorrow after a strong performance at Caen today ©Dirk Caremans/FEIPatrice Delaveau set the Stade D'Ornano alight today as the Frenchman booked a spot in the top-four jumping final at the World Equestrian Games in Caen.
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