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Kennedy secures individual bronze at Young Rider Championships

Sarah Carless Alex Kennedy finished best of the British Young Riders at the Longines FEI European Eventing Championships to take an individual Bronze Medal with Lissangle Cavaletto B. The pair produced soild performances across all three phases to follow up the individual silver medal they won at last year’s championships. However, it was a frustrating weekend for the team, who finished just outside of the medals. In the dressage, team trailblazer Sam Ecroyd got Great Britain off to a flying start with Kasseedorf scoring 25.70. Individual combination Mollie Summerland Charly van Ter Heiden followed Sam into the ... Read More

Team and Individual silver medal for the Racesafe Junior squad

Sarah Carless... The sun shone in France for the final day of the FEI Junior European Championships where the RacesafeJunior squad secured Great Britain the team silver medal with Heidi Coy moving up to also take the individual silver medal. One the first day of dressage, the firt two team riders took to the dressage arena. First in was Elicia Miller on A Sunny Bay, with the combination posting a score of 40.5 penalties. Then came Sasha Hargreaves with Playtime who scored of 29.7 penalties. The second day of dressage produced solid scores for the Junior squad with the team moving up to ... Read More

#WearGreenForJonty Wristbands and Polo Shirts

With the huge success of the #WearGreenForJonty campaign we are excited to launch Polo Shirt’s and Wristbands for purchase. All profit from the sale of both these items will go to Jonty’s families chosen charity The David Foster Injured Riders Fund £5 from the sale of each Polo shirt and £2 from each wristband will go to the charity. These official merchandise items will ONLY be for sale through the official #WearGreenForJonty website. PLEASE PURCHASE HERE   Jessica Crocker Owner/Editor of Eventing Worldwide said “We are absolutely blown away by ... Read More


#WearGreenForJonty CALLING ALL EVENTING FAMILY Whilst we are all still taking in the news of Jonty Evans Eventing stable but non changing condition this week, we at Eventing Worlwide thought we would do something positive to show our support by asking all of our eventing family to please wear something green. Starting this Saturday 30th June and throughout July. Whether you are out competing XC or just out supporting the sport - put on something green and get into the Irish Spirit!! The idea was suggested by EWW blogger Alice Dunsdon ... Read More

FEI Young Rider European Championships squad announced

As the 2018 FEI Young Rider European Championships is drawing closer we are excited to announce the NAF Young Rider squad who will represent Great Britain in Fontainebleau, France, on 9th – 15th July. In alphabetical order, the squad are: Lizzie Baugh on her own 10 year old gelding Quarry Man Sam Ecroyd on Adam Gillespie’s 14 year old gelding Kasseedorf  Yasmin Ingham on Edwin and Sue Davies and Janette Chinn's eight year old gelding Rehy DJ Alex Kennedy with John and Andrea Kennedy’s 13 year old gelding Lissangle Cavaletto B Mollie Summerland and her own nine year old gelding Charly van Ter Heiden Bubby Upton on Rachel Upton's eight year old gelding Cola ... Read More

Jonelle Price (NZL) wins Luhmühlen CCI****

Jonelle Price (NZL) and Faerie Dianimo (28.30) are the new CCI**** winners! Laura Collett (GBR) with Mr Bass (29.90) and Ros Canter (GBR) with Zenshera (29.90) follow in second and third. This year’s Badminton winner has done it again. Jonelle Price wins the four-star-event 2018 in Luhmühlen on her little but very feisty grey mare Faerie Dianimo: “This mare can be a little crazy at times – she can be difficult in dressage, very strong in cross- country and jumps like she is huge - but this is what makes her as good as she is!” Jonelle continued by saying she never ... Read More

DHL presents CCI**** – Bayro and Tim Lips in lead

After an exciting finish of today’s dressage, we have Tim Lips (NED) and Bayro with just 24.10 penalties in first, Jesse Campbell (NZL) with Cleveland (24.60) in second, followed by Shane Rose (AUS) on CP Qualified (25.50) in third place. Tim Lips had plenty to smile about: “Bayro was super today! Even after losing my stirrup in the first canter and feeling a little silly not being able to get it back, the gelding seemed to go from strength to strength. My trainer came over from Holland specifically, which gave us a huge boost. I ... Read More

DHL presents CCI****: Kitty King and Boyd Martin in joined first

After day one in the four-star competition we have a joined first with Kitty King (GBR) on and Boyd Martin (USA) with Shamwari 4, both on 27.4 penalties. In third is Vittoria Panizzon (ITA) with Checkers Play the Game and 28.1. Kitty King was particularly pleased with her horse’s performance, who has not competed in a big event since the Olympic Games in Rio 2016: “He has performed really well for me today and I could not have asked for ... Read More

Julia Mestern takes lead in CIC*** Meßmer Trophy

Julia Mestern (GER) and Grand Prix IWEST (26.2) went into the lead of today’s first part of the three-star dressage. Second lies Josefa Sommer with Hamilton 24 (26.8) before Pietro Sandei (ITA) on Rubis de Prere (27.9). Julia Mestern, who is also a successful dressage rider, delivered an almost perfect dressage test today: “This was by far our best test! I was smiling the whole way through, which is a sure sign things were going well for us today. There were only a couple of things we could ... Read More

Trot up kicks off Luhmühlen

Luhmühlen’s four-star competition began with the first veterinary check this afternoon. Fifty-one horses were beautifully presented to the ground jury to receive their “accepted” in order to proceed to tomorrow’s dressage. After “familiarization” in the main arena, the horses were exquisitely prepared for the first horse inspection. The riders presented their horses not only to the ground jury but also to the many spectators who were eager to see the athletes of this year’s competition. Only one horse, Master Tredstep, ridden by Aidan Keogh (IRL) was ... Read More