Tag: "Eventing safety"

Leg up for emerging eventing course designers
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Leg up for emerging eventing course designers

Course Designer Scholarship scheme provides training and mentoring and promotes a safer sport through increased knowledge.

Horse dies after Burghley cross-country injury
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Horse dies after Burghley cross-country injury

Orto euthanised after injuring his stifle during the cross-country phase.

Harry Meade's Wild Lone collapses after WEG cross-country
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Harry Meade’s Wild Lone collapses after WEG cross-country

Sad loss of British team horse after clear round at Normandy.

US 'unwilling to be complacent' over cross-country safety
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US ‘unwilling to be complacent’ over cross-country safety

New task force to look at design safety and obstacle construction.

Benjamin Winter
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Black day for eventing as two riders and horse die

Cross-country accidents claim lives of two riders at events in Britain and Germany.

Mary King and King's Temptress
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Mary King cops two month suspension

Leading British eventer “shocked and devastated” at yellow card and subsequent suspension.

A horse incident management team in action.
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New guide provides help for equine event organisers

Running better events with improved organisation the aim of new toolkit.

Cathal O'Malley.
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Irish hunter trials rider killed in rotational fall

Rotational fall claims life of experienced rider Cathal O’Malley, 45. Jump was “just a log”.

Conair and Mark Todd at Blenheim in 2012.
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Two horses die during US horse trials

Conair and Powderhound both collapse and die after competing at The Forks.

Progress in reducing eventing accidents
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Progress in reducing eventing accidents

10 years of data collection reveals a decrease in total falls, particularly in 4-star competition.

The reverse pinnning system in action at Larkhill, in April 2010.
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Britain steps up cross-country safety with free pins

Free reverse pinning kits for organisers adds to BE’s commitment to risk-reduction.

Santa's Keeper at Maryland in 2012.
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Sad loss of Buck Davidson’s 2* horse Santa’s Keeper

Uncommon jumping injury claims the life of “one cool horse”.

Amy Tryon at the Burghley Horse Trials in England in 2009.
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Eventing entry fees to fund sport horse medical research

US Eventing Association creates new equine research initiative focusing on sport horse health.

Ashley Kehoe, pictured with D.A. Vittoria.
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Eventer Tortuga Bay dies after cross-country collapse

Suspected aneurysm claims life of Tortuga Bay at Georgia’s Pine Top horse trials.

High eventing horse injury toll revealed in study
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High eventing horse injury toll revealed in study

Dutch research found 45% withdrawal rate due to injury among 29 top-level selections.

Employer pays tribute to Tom Gadsby
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Employer pays tribute to Tom Gadsby

“We had many plans and everything to look forward to when this tragic accident happened.”

A pin and blocks on a fence at Badminton.
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Fatality should prompt jump design rethink

“Arguing that it’s a high risk sport is wrong. Preventative initiatives must be exhausted.”

Tom Gadsby and The Drover at Aston last weekend.
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Horse world in shock as tributes flow for Tom Gadsby

Tributes pour in for talented equestrian, whose death is the second in eventing this year.

NZ eventer killed on British cross-country
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NZ eventer killed on British cross-country

Equestrian world in mourning after loss of young rider Tom Gadsby in a cross-country fall.

The helmet Laura Collett was wearing when she had her fall on July 8.
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Injured eventer Laura Collett back jumping

23-year-old British rider back in the saddle a month after horror cross-country fall.

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