London 2012 Olympics: Equestrian Coverage

July 2012 - Posts

Otis Out of Eventing Competition for Team USA

Two horses withdrawn during the second Olympic eventing horse inspection, including Otis Barbotiere, ridden by U.S. competitor Boyd Martin.... Read More

A Slippery Slope to the Top on Cross-Country at Olympic Eventing Competition

London Olympics cross-country course designer Sue Benson's track was every bit as twisty, turny, hilly, and tight as she'd predicted. Here's a wrap-up of today's event.... Read More

How Do They Feed All Those Olympic Horses?

Kentucky Equine Research (KER) supplies feed, forage, and bedding to the Olympic equestrian events. KER president Dr. Joe Pagan explains how it works.... Read More

Eventing Gets Under Way with Jog, Media Course Walk

Olympic eventing first horse inspection, cross-country course walk... Read More

A London Olympics Photo Album

Behind-the scenes photos from the 2012 London Olympic equestrian events... Read More

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Get Your Computers and Mobile Devices Ready!

Guide to live-streaming 2012 London Olympic competition on computers, smartphones, and tablets, and a schedule of events for the Olympic eventing, dressage, and jumping competitions... Read More

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For Want of a Shoe, the Olympics Could Be Lost

Profile of farrier Todd Meister, one of the official U.S. Equestrian Team farriers, who will be shoeing the U.S. Olympic team jumping and dressage horses in London 2012.... Read More

The Care and Feeding of an Olympic Horse: Flexible

When it comes to the training and stable management of his 2012 U.S. Olympic jumping partner, Flexible, rider Rich Fellers keeps it simple.... Read More

The Care and Feeding of an Olympic Horse: Paragon

2012 US Olympic dressage alternate Heather Blitz explains the training, feed, and management regimen of her horse, Paragon.... Read More

The Role of an Olympic Veterinarian

Dr. Kent Allen, FEI foreign veterinary delegate for the 2012 London Olympics, explains the varied veterinary roles at the Games.... Read More

About This Blog

Jennifer Bryant is on the scene for to bring you the latest Equestrian Olympics news before and during the London Games. Follow her coverage of eventing, dressage, and jumping as horses and riders vie for a spot on the team and, ultimately, the Olympic podium.