Two officials have been suspended by the FEI for taking part in the Global Champions League
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist reveals why one of his horses hasn't been all plain sailing and why he was happy to be beaten for once
What better way to celebrate the 100 day countdown for the Olympics today (27 April 2016) than with 100 brain teasers to put your knowledge of Olympic trivia to the test...
The FEI has investigated and will take no further action against the top showjumper
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist discusses why some proposed changes by the FEI won't work for showjumping
In response to our news editor Eleanor Jones' reasons why showjumping is better than dressage, Horse & Hound's dressage editor puts forward her arguement as to why dressage is actually better than showjumping...
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist talks championships, brexit and natural talent vs. hard work
We each have our favourite discipline — and each has its own charms, as well as its drawbacks. Here a showjumper argues for her sport over dressage — but do you agree?
Always wondered what the yard of a two-time Hickstead Derby-winning showjumper looks like? We head to Trevor Breen's Buckinghamshire base to find out — don't miss the full interview in the 14 April issue of Horse & Hound, out tomorrow
British showjumper Jay Halim reflects on the good and the bad at the recent Blue Chip Winter Showjumping Championships
Ben Maher and Sarena jumped the only double clear to win the $500,000 Rolex Grand Prix CSI 5*
The FEI and riders have been debating planned changes to the Olympic format, but little progress has been made
Steve Guerdat has spoken 'from the heart' against the FEI's proposals to change the Olympic format for showjumping
The British Showjumping Blue Chip Winter Championships at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire was packed full with action
This week's guest editor Geoff Billington talks about his former top horse It's Otto — the scopey, spoilt and spooky equine star who won £700,000 prize-money
Get up to speed with how the showjumping competition works at the Olympic Games in Rio this summer
Twelve multi-national teams of showjumpers will battle it out in the Global Champions League.
This week's showjumping guest editor answers your questions — from being the wrong shape, competing at 61 and his methods for staying fit
The successful French showjumper has issued a public apology on social media for her riding of Vagabond de la Pomme in the warm-up at Gothenburg
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist explains how the jumping world can nurture up-and-coming riders and horses