Find out how the final day of competition unfolded in the CCI4* at Pau
Find out how the final horse inspection unfolded at Pau this morning
The leaderboard has undergone a complete re-shuffle after the cross-country phase at Pau today (27 October)
Britain claimed the team and individual gold medals in the eventing at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, USA, this afternoon
The time has been decided for the final phase of the WEG eventing competition, which had to be postponed due to Hurricane Florence
Britain’s riders are all ‘class acts’ to rise to the top of the leaderboard on an eventful World Equestrian Games cross-country day
Find out all the vital cross-country times for tomorrow at the World Equestrian Games, including starting times for the Brits and the leading German pairs
Competitors including Mark Todd, Gemma Tattersall and Chris Burton give their first impressions of the World Equestrian Games cross-country track
The first morning of eventing dressage at WEG is underway, with France holding an early lead and New Zealand and Australia also scoring well
The eventing dressage times at the World Equestrian Games have been released — find out when the Brits and Irish ride and who takes the team and individual berths
Two nations had an anxious moment at the first horse inspection for the eventing at WEG this afternoon
Germany claims individual glory but suffers a shock team defeat in Aachen.
Germany leads after the showjumping in Aachen, with Britain currently lying fifth.
The British eventers who will compete in the prestigious team competition at the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen, Germany, have been named
The winning horse had lost confidence after problems with run-outs, but a return to a venue he loves put him back on track
The riders in second and third have swapped places this month, while a New Zealander makes a dramatic leap into the top 10
The British eventing selectors have announced a long-list for WEG — but not everyone is equal on a long-list, says H&H’s eventing editor
The senior selectors have given the first indication of who might make the British eventing team for WEG in Tryon, USA, later this year
Brits make up half the top 10 and have nine riders in the top 20 in the latest world FEI world eventing rankings list
We assume their riders want to keep hold of these beautiful stars of the future, but we’d be willing to take one off their hands if they’re a bit busy...