Coral is busy gearing up for the season ahead and shares some very interesting training advice
Anyone with a 'certain amount of competence' riding a horse can apply to take part
Watch the novice and novice open British Eventing JAS (Jumping and Style) finals which took place at Hartpury on Sunday 19 February, brought to you by BETV
The data analytics company EquiRatings partnered with Eventing Ireland last year to improve safety
A shortlist of 10 designs for the final fence has been announced, and the public will decide the winner
Do you know how to train your horse to safely get to the other side of every fence? According to Lucinda Green, there is a science to achieving this
Despite being the daughter of six-time Badminton winner Lucinda Green, Lissa didn't get her first horse until she was 20. Find out about this, and other surprising facts about the up-and-coming eventer
The fastest event rider in the world shares the training principles that allow him to consistently beat the clock
Horse & Hound's guest eventing columnist looks ahead to the changes coming within the sport
The course at this year's Land Rover Wellington Eventing Showcase took an interesting route. You could say the spectators were in the thick of it...
Try these fun and useful exercises while riding at home, whatever your level
Is that the faintest taste of spring in the air? No longer pitch black darkness at 4.30pm? This can mean only one thing — the eventing season is rapidly approaching. Here's some other telltale signs to look out for...
Getting ready to tackle the coloured poles at a one-day event can be stressful for event riders. H&H asks the experts how to approach the second-phase warm-up
To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the BBC's programme Desert Island Discs, we round up some of our favourite episodes — the perfect remedy for busting mucking out boredom
Pondering heading out to an eventing jumping and style competition? Here’s why you should
Discover the German eventing star's plans for the season, including who he will ride to defend his Badminton title and why his choice for the European Championships is surprising
Four-star eventer Alice Dunsdon shares her remarkable story of losing her nerve as a 19-year-old — to the extent that she couldn't jump a two-foot fence — and how she regained it to ride at four-star level
The former European champion has revealed her plans after being appointed coach to the reigning eventing world team bronze medallists
The eventer was fourth at Badminton and finished in the placings at the 2014 World Equestrian Games
If you and your horse are feeling fit and competent across all three disciplines you might be keen to go affiliated. But where do you start with British Eventing (BE)?