Badminton-bound event riders will be among the guests at the event
It was an action-packed finale to the Festival — with triumph and disappointment for the British raiders
The rider credits her PROtector helmet and Point Two air jacket for saving her from a more serious injury
'The type of person who thinks it is acceptable to post comments about somebody they do not know following such a tragedy should not be welcomed in a modern society'
The third day of the Festival should be renamed 'the Willie Mullins-Ruby Walsh day' after the Irish duo dominated today (16 March)
The eventer is aiming to ride at Luhmühlen and Burghley this season, having recovered from a badly broken leg
Torrential rain led to flash flooding in Auckland, New Zealand, last week
Horse Sport Ireland hopes the appointment will bode well for their chances of qualifying for Tokyo 2020
The RSPCA and the Blue Cross are among the charities that will receive a split of the money following the Supreme Court's decision in the landmark case
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The BBC Radio 1 DJs Chris Stark and Scott Mills are taking part in a 24-hour comedy "Lolathon" to raise money for Comic Relief
British Eventing's Chris Farr described the system as “one of the most important developments in risk management in the sport, possibly ever”
The Cheltenham Festival kick started today (14 March) with plenty of exciting action — read the highlights from the opening day
'If one of the horses had gone down, there would have been carnage': the video shows the horse and trap flying along the A46 in Leicestershire
The trio all pleaded not guilty and are now taking legal advice following the conclusion of the three-day trial
"We have a golden opportunity to not only substantially improve the lives of seven million horses and donkeys but we also have a chance to unlock the full economic potential of the sector"
Extra €250,000 and €500,000 bonuses are also up grabs for any rider who wins more than one leg of the Rolex Grand Slam series
After three weeks he was back in the saddle and on Saturday he donned his show jacket and returned to competition