Channel Archives: Sports

Don’t Poke the Boyd

“I never count the titles because you're only as good as your last competition,” said world no. 1 four-in-hand driver Boyd Exell ahead of the FEI Driving World Cup in...

The Jump Off Round Of the Year

Unbelievable. That's the first word that comes to mind watching Richard Vogel and United Touch's jump off round in the CSI5* Rolex Grand Prix at CHI Geneva on Sunday. But...

Bram Is Unbeatable in Geneva

For the past three years, one driver has dominated the CAI-W four-in-hand division at CHI Geneva. Two-time World Cup Final winner and reigning European champion Bram Chardon (NED) won in...

Guerdat, The Great

“Sh– happens,” is how Henrik von Eckermann described his rail at unlucky fence 13 in the Rolex IJRC Top 10 Final on Friday. The defending champion was one of only...

Romain Duguet Sidelined by Injury

Swiss show jumper Romain Duguet is on bed rest following a fall at his Normandy stables on Sunday. The 2017 FEI World Cup Final runner up and two-time European Champion...

A Century’s Worth of Memories

Each week on #HallOfFameThursday, Horse Network recognizes members of the Show Jumping Hall of Fame with an inductee’s plaque, historical photos and, on the first Thursday of every month, an article written by a...

Harry Charles Is a Hustler

No one was more surprised that Harry Charles won the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ A Coruña on Sunday than Harry Charles. And for good reason. Charles’ mount, Sherlock, is...

Farrington vs Cook, the MLSJ Sequel

Same venue. Same players. Same ending. The script for the individual final Grand Prix of the 2023 Major League Show Jumping season read strikingly similar to the 2022 showing. But...