18-year-old British rider Ella Popely was involved in a two-vehicle collision
"[She] had many talents and qualities, but the one that always stroke me as quite exceptional was her intelligence"
If you can't make Olympia this year there are plenty of ways to keep up with all the action
The Olympia showjumping entries list boasts a host of leading names in the sport, including 13 British riders
Big Star will not compete at Olympia or Geneva, where Nick had hoped to pick up a leg of the Rolex Grand Slam
The top lot at the Addington sale was a three-year-old bay mare by Cardento
H&H went along to watch double Olympic gold medallist Nick Skelton put Frankie Dettori and Victoria Pendleton through their paces ahead of the Markel Champions Challenge at Olympia
'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'
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist is pleased to see good young riders coming through the ranks
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 annual event will alternate between the two continents, with five riders from each battling it out in 'innovative, exciting and strategic' competition
Horse & Hound's guest showjumping columnist reflects on the venue's international show
Organisers are 'absolutely thrilled two such eminent people' are on board for the event
Watch a video of Nick Skelton and Big Star winning the 2009 championship, a route he hopes others will be inspired to take
Find out how and where to watch Olympia online and on television — coverage will include Valegro's retirement ceremony on 14 December
Nick Skelton and Sophie Christiansen are both in the running for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award
There are 16 stars up for the award, selected by an expert panel of sports specialists
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist looks at how the USA does it.
'He has given my family, friends, owners and the Irish horse world something to be very proud of', his former rider said
The Olympic gold medallist is taking part in a question and answer session, and five lucky audience members will be able to meet him in person