This talented showjumper competed for his country for more than 2 decades, twice winning team bronze at the Olympics
The horse that won double eventing gold at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics has been put down at the age of 37
Tributes paid to Olympic showjumping legend General Raimondo d’Inzeo
General Raimondo d’Inzeo of Italy won six Olympic jumping medals in the 1950s and 60s, the period often referred to as showjumping’s “golden age”
Equestrian events to be ‘in the heart’ of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Dressage, showjumping and eventing at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo look set to be in the thick of the action
London 2012: a year on, what has changed for horse sport?
The most successful Olympics ever for British riders piqued interest in horse sport, but a year on, how do things stand?
Rusty — the Valegro of his day — and his rider, Ulla Salzgeber, won many championships and Olympic medals for Germany
Tim Hadaway, widely credited for the success of last year’s Olympic and Paralympic equestrian competitions, has joined the staff of horse sport’s governing body as its new “games co-ordinator”
Farewell to… Mexican showjumper Alberto Valdés Ramos
The Mexican showjumper Alberto Valdés Ramos — who was a member of the gold medal-winning Olympic team at the London 1948 Games — has died at the age of 93
Changes to Olympic equestrian teams
Rio 2016 will feature teams of four for each discipline, with three scores to count
Equestrian colleges see increase in applications post-Olympics
Students are flocking to study horse-related degrees and further education courses as part of the post-Olympic effect