A new British Eventing rule means only certain riders may keep the flags indefinitely
To save you trawling through the 2018 rule book, here’s what you need to know…
Is that the faintest taste of spring in the air? No longer pitch black darkness at 4.30pm? This can mean only one thing — the eventing season is rapidly approaching. Here’s some other telltale signs to look out for...
Find out all about how British Eventing’s jumping and style series works — and how you can be in the ribbons
British Eventing has revealed its full list of rule changes for the 2018 season
The Exo BodyCage is designed to protect riders from crush injuries, but it did not fall within the 2018 body protector regulations for affiliated events
A spring highlight in the eventing calendar will not celebrate its 21st anniversary in 2018 as originally planned
The delight of eventers around the country can be heard as British Eventing unveils its fixture list for the 2018 season
Farley Hall Horse Trials' event organiser relays just how much it really costs to put on an event
Find out who topped this year's leaderboard
The rise in entry fees has been made in response to the increased costs faced by event organisers
Check out our list of sure-fire signs that you know that the eventing season has come to an end
Claire Sexton was seriously injured in a cycling accident 20 years ago and has since returned to the saddle
The venue is calling on riders to submit a feedback form to Transport Scotland explaining why its facilities need to be preserved
British Eventing's Chris Farr described the system as “one of the most important developments in risk management in the sport, possibly ever”
With less than 24 hours to go until the start of the British eventing season, it's time you tested your knowledge of the 2017 rule changes. Take our quiz to find out if you're fully prepared...
If you're new to eventing, we have demystified the levels available both in the UK and internationally ahead of this season kicking off
Pondering heading out to an eventing jumping and style competition? Here’s why you should
If you and your horse are feeling fit and competent across all three disciplines you might be keen to go affiliated. But where do you start with British Eventing (BE)?
The new MERs were released as part of British Eventing’s most notable rules changes, alongside news about stopwatches and riding hats