Annie and Fantom have enjoyed some success at their most recent competition, which also meant they got to meet somebody quite famous...
The FEI has introduced a new "specified substance" category to its anti-doping rules
Annie is preparing for an exciting competition, but it hasn't all been plain sailing
Britain's largest outdoor horse show kicks off this week (10-14 May 2017) in The Queen's back garden at Windsor Castle. If you can't make it to Royal Windsor this year, here's how to keep up with all the action on TV
When the gates open for this year's Royal Windsor Horse Show (10-14 May), visitors will see some exciting new additions to the schedule…
'I made the statement beforehand how hard can it be? I meant how hard can the ground be when I hit it!'
Annie talks fitness, entries and juggling work with horses
An FEI investigation has found that the death of the horse was correctly identified in the official results, although the ride was not under its jurisdiction
With just over three weeks to go until the Royal Windsor Horse Show (10-14 May 2017), endurance rider Anna Williams gives an insight into her life as a Team GBR competitor and how she prepares for the show, held in The Queen's back garden
Annie has enjoyed a breathtaking weekend of competition
The ground-breaking system will be used on an international level to help improve both eventing and endurance safety
The FEI Tribunal has suspended two UAE riders for one year in the same case
Annie has been to her first endurance ride of the year and she can't believe the change in one of her horses
The chief executive has become the first Irish rider to qualify for the world games
We welcome international endurance rider, Annie Joppe to our stable of bloggers
'We hope this will ensure a safe sport in which the welfare of the horses is paramount'
All of the horses were taking part in events at the Al Wathba venue in Abu Dhabi when they were tested
The FEI says the deaths are 'very worrying', and that tough training techniques could be to blame
Event organisers must now arrange strict procedures for transporting equine fatalities to autopsy
An international 90km endurance ride in Fontainebleau, France, has been overshadowed by the death of two horses