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Rio 2016 Paralympics: Competition Wraps Up With Freestyles

The para-dressage events at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games wrapped up on Sept. 16. Read More

Rio 2016 Paralympics: Golds Pour In for Great Britain

Great Britain has won the overall team championships of the Rio 2016 para-dressage competition with a score of 453.306. Read More

Rio 2016 Paralympics: Wells, Puch Reign in Rio

Pepo Puch (AUT) won the Grade Ib individual medal, while Sophie Wells (GBR) took the Grade IV individual title. Read More

Rio 2016 Paralympics: Gold for Norway as Lubbe Back on Top

Norway's Ann Cathrin Lubbe and Donatello took home the first gold of the Rio 2016 para-dressage competition. Read More

Rio Paralympics: Britain Takes Command of Team Competition

Following Monday's tests Great Britain leads the team competition, ahead of Belgium and Germany. Read More

Rio 2016 Paralympics: Lubbe, Pearson Lead After Day One

Ann Cathrin Lubbe and Donatello took the Grade III test while Lee Pearson and Zion topped the Grade Ib test. Read More

Para-Equestrians Prepare to do Battle for Paralympic Medals

Para-equestrians from 29 nations will compete for the most coveted medals in the sport starting on Sept. 11. Read More

All Horse, Human Drug Tests From Rio Olympics Clean

A total of 60 equine samples--30% of the 200 competing horses--were tested during the Games. Read More

Comeback King Skelton Takes Individual Gold in Jumping

Nick Skelton, aboard Big Star, becoming the first British jumping rider to win individual gold. Read More

Behind the Scenes at the Olympic Farriery Forge

British and Brazilian farriers are working around the clock to keep the equine athletes well-shod in Rio de Janiero. Read More

Fighting French Fly to Victory in Olympic Team Jumping Final

Team USA finished in silver medal position, while Germany won a jump-off for the bronze. Read More

Tight at the Top After First Round of Olympic Team Jumping

Brazil, Germany, The Netherlands, and Team USA tied for the lead on a zero score after the first round of team jumping. Read More

Dujardin and Valegro Break Olympic Record in Freestyle

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro posted an Olympic record score of 93.857% to claim their second individual gold medal. Read More

Rio 2016 Olympics: Jumping Day 1 Results

Brazil and German jumped clean to lead the competition. Team USA sits in a tie for eighth place. Read More

FEI Reaches Out to New Equestrian Fans in Rio

Efforts to bring the sport to the masses include an innovative Equestrian Playground, new website, and more. Read More

USA Wins Bronze in Dressage Team Competition

USA collects dressage team bronze behind gold-medal winning Germany and silver medalist team Great Britain. Read More

Dujardin, Germans Lead Olympic Dressage After Day 1

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro (GBR) hold the lead with a score of 85.071. Read More

France Clinches Eventing Team Gold at Rio 2016 Olympics

Germany earned the silver, and Australia claimed bronze. Read More

World Class Veterinary Care for Equine Olympic Athletes

Take a look inside equine veterinary care at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Read More

Aussies Lead After Olympic Eventing Cross-Country

Australia topped both the eventing team and individual rankings after cross-country concluded Monday. Read More

Germans Lead After Dressage in Olympic Eventing

A solid ride by Ingrid Klimke maintained team Germany's lead as eventing dressage drew to a close on Sunday. Read More

Russian Equestrians Cleared to Compete at Rio 2016

The news comes following confirmation that none of the five have previous horse or human anti-doping rule violations. Read More

Olympic Jumping Preview: Guerdat Goes for Gold Again

Switzerland's Steve Guerdat will ride the same horse he did in London four years ago: Nino des Buissonnets. Read More

Olympic Dressage Preview: Can Dujardin, Valegro Do It Again?

World record holders Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro (GBR) will face stiff competition in Rio. Read More

Olympic Eventing Preview: Jung Could be Hard to Beat

Reigning Olympic champion Michael Jung (GER) and the rest of the field will kick off the competition on Aug. 6. Read More