Always on the go, award-winning equestrian photojournalist Nancy Jaffer travels the globe to send you inside stories from the competitions she attends.
She tells it the way she sees it, which means she provides entertainment as well as on-the-spot information for readers.
An amazing display of talent, human and equine, enthralled fans at the Tryon International Equestrian Center as the world’s best in the discipline vied for the medals
Germany continues to dominate as the world champion dressage nation, but the U.S. is getting closer to the glint of gold with a sterling silver medal effort
Germany leads after day one of WEG Grand Prix dressage, but the U.S. is definitely in the medal hunt
After her ride in the Grand Prix at Tryon, Adrienne Lyle shares a few post-ride thoughts in this interview with Nancy Jaffer.
In this video with Nancy Jaffer, Steffen Peters shares his thoughts on the approaching Hurricane Florence and his ride on Suppenkasper.
A year after staging the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Finals, a show is busy reinventing itself.
A trainer’s consistent winners highlighted a special show in Wellington, Florida, where an international field included many riders pointing toward this fall’s FEI World Equestrian Games.
The competitors who dominated the Intermediaire I, Grand Prix and Under 25 national dressage championships at the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation headquarters in Gladstone, N.J. had something special in common.
USEF Director of Sport Programs Will Connell shares his thoughts on Omaha and the future of U.S. dressage.
As befits a global championship, the performances were world-class in the musical freestyle at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, but no one came close to getting between Isabell Werth and her title.
Today’s competition set the stage for Saturday’s freestyle title match, with world number one Isabell Werth of Germany topping the roster.
The arena familiarization and warm-ups for the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping and FEI World Cup™ Dressage Finals are over—now it’s time for the competition to begin.
U.S. Olympian Laura Graves discusses her hope to qualify for the FEI World Cup Dressage Final in Omaha, Nebraska, in March.
U.S. Olympian Kasey Perry-Glass discusses her potential journey to the FEI World Cup Dressage Final Omaha 2017 during the qualifying period with her partner, Dublet.
This U.S. Olympian discusses the possibility of competing his newest FEI mount, Rosamunde, at the competition in March, as well as Dawn White-O'Connor taking over the ride on his former World Cup partner, Legolas.
This dressage superstar shares why she's looking forward to this year's event on American soil.
A look back and a look forward
U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation will host three USEF national dressage championships in May 2017.
Valegro and Charlotte Dujardin were mobbed by fans after their incredible U.S. farewell performance set against Manhattan's bright lights on a marvelous night to remember.
The team makes final preparations for Olympic competition.
Nancy Jaffer talks with U.S. Olympic dressage coach, Robert Dover about the team and how things are going before they head to Rio next month.
It was a landmark meeting in Gladstone, N.J., for the U.S. Equestrian Federation, where it elected its next president and convened at a new venue, the home of the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation.
The U.S. dominated in the Nations' Cup and Grand Prix freestyle, but other countries got their slice of glory along the way as the Adequan Global Dressage Festival drew to an end in Wellington, Fla.
Dressage competition in Wellington, Fla., will be getting a new home as plans are revealed for the future and growth of the Winter Equestrian Festival
A lot was accomplished at the U.S. Equestrian Federation's annual meeting in Lexington, Ky., where good discussions on longstanding issues, such as drugs, and new topics, including coaching, highlighted the sessions.