Works from around the world leaving Shanghai for Hong Kong.
Thirty-six images from photo album digitised by National Museum of Australia.
Veteran horses aged 15 and over, and riders of 55+, invited to new dressage series.
NZ HOY and Equitana organisers sign joint agreement to promote equestrian enterprises.
Former eventer Dan Hughes to take up role as BEF’s Performance Director early next year.
Judith Murphy attains the highest recognition of professional standing within the equestrian industry.
Never scare your horse with the idea that he’ll ‘get used to’ something.
Police continue inquiries to locate other two animals.
Whitson beats leading four-star horses including Burghley winner Avebury.
Movie wins Nordic Council Film Prize.
Performance Manager leaves sport in good shape, with Britain reigning Olympic and European Champions.
Daily news archive for October, 2014.
Three Quebec horses stolen from ranch.
Weanling filly by War Front euthanised after sustaining injury at Lanes End Farm.
“Thomas is a lovely, happy chap who is a pleasure to be around.”
Researchers address key questions around its race-day use.
Six-year-old was among several horses rescued from South Wales in 2011.
Spike mirrors situation in United Kingdom.
Sir Tennant Edward Wilson joined the IOC in 1988 and became an Honorary Member in 2006.
Service launched in response to growing demand for specialist consultations on eye cases.