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With a Zero-Tolerance Rule, There's Going to Be Collateral Damage

Thoughts on yesterday's disqualification of Canadian jumper Victor after the horse tested positive under FEI hypersensitivity protocols...

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In Olympic Dressage, Some of the Stories Are Outside the Arena

There are some great human-interest stories at the 2012 Olympic equestrian competition: the unlikely mainstream-media fascination with dressage rider Jan Ebeling; and Japanese dressage competitor Hiroshi Hoketsu, at 71 the oldest athlete at the London Games. ...

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....

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....

Our Olympic Angle

Why should I care about the care and feeding of the "1 percent" of the horse world competing at the London Olympics?...

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Three of My Favorite Things

Jennifer O. Bryant returns to share her experiences at the 2012 London Olympic Games for TheHorse.com....

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About This Blog

Jennifer Bryant is on the scene for TheHorse.com 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.