The RSPCA wants to hear from anyone who may have seen a vehicle dumping the pony, who was aged just two to three years old
These are the first new four-star tests in eight years
18-year-old British rider Ella Popely was involved in a two-vehicle collision
The news marks the end of one of the longest sporting sponsorship partnerships
"[She] had many talents and qualities, but the one that always stroke me as quite exceptional was her intelligence"
The Olympia showjumping entries list boasts a host of leading names in the sport, including 13 British riders
Olympic riders on established and new campaigners prepare to lead the charge at Olympia 2016
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Whiskers, 48, died last month after a serious bout of colic
Big Star will not compete at Olympia or Geneva, where Nick had hoped to pick up a leg of the Rolex Grand Slam
The 'wearable tech' vest works with a smartphone app to allow owners to monitor their horses' wellbeing 24/7
If it proves popular, the series will be expanded in 2018
"Every single year we have noticed random animals in the race, such as zebras, giraffes, elephants and even giant chickens. We do not condone this…we encourage this.”
The owner of a Norfolk sanctuary has been banned from keeping horses for life after pleading guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to 20 equines in his care. William Hand had been running the Rainbow Meadows sanctuary in Foulsham near Fakenham since 2013 with his son Nathan Page — who was…
The top lot at the Addington sale was a three-year-old bay mare by Cardento
A seventh top international event could take place from 2018, while a new three-star series is also being planned
'He’d been out in the sun and just walked into his stable. I gave him a cuddle, went and changed my coat, came back and he was gone. It was a lovely way for him to go'
The pair are both recovering after being hit by a car while out riding
The top four in the showjumping world championships will no longer ride each other's horses to determine the winner, the FEI has ruled
“The inclusion of equestrians at this crossing is a testament that councils can work with user groups to create safe, accessible routes"