By Duncan Mackay
British Sports Internet Writer of the Year
May 23 - Princess Haya's postion as President of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) is to be challenged later this year by Sweden's Sven Holmberg and Holland's Henk Rottinghuis, a sign of the lack of confidence among leading European nations in her leadership.
April 25 - Oliver Townend’s quest to become only the second rider in history to complete the Rolex Grand Slam came to an end today when a hospital examination in Kentucky following his heavy fall in the second day’s cross-country - when his horse, Ashdale Cruise Master landed on him - revealed he had cracks to his collar bone, chest bone and ribs.
- Townend's Grand Slam hopes still alive after first day in Kentucky
- Grand Slam on for Townend after marathon journey
- Townend takes trains, Disneyland planes and automobiles to keep Grand Prix dream alive
- Exclusive: Townend says London 2012 equestrian events at Greenwich Park will be "fantastic"
- Elliot agrees deal to stay on to coach Ireland eventing team for London 2012
- Olympic medallist to stand trial in June on charges of exposing partner to HIV
- Ellen Whitaker denies cousin victory in British Open
- British showjumpers win appeal to be allowed to stay in top division