October 26 - Britain's Olympic silver medallist John Whitaker (pictured) faces several weeks out of action after breaking his ankle in a fall.
October 25 - Britain's Oliver Townend (pictured), who had already secured the £92,000 prize for winning the HSBC FEI Classic series, saw overall victory at the Les Etoiles de Pau slip away from him today after a nightmare show jumping round.
October 24 - Britain's Oliver Townend (pictured) collected £92,000 after completing a remarkable year by winning the HSBC FEI Classic series with a day still remaining in Pau.
October 10 - A group opposed to the equestrian events at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics being held in Greenwich Park are set to hold its latest protest event tomorrow (Sunday).
October 9 - Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (pictured) makes his return to international riding next Wednesday (14 October) following a six-month doping ban in the test event for the 2010 Alltech World Equestrian Games.
September 28 - Tina Cook (pictured) was today celebrating becoming European eventing champion and praised her horse, Miners Frolic.
September 27 - Britain, led by Tina Cook (pictured) won the team and individual titles at the HSBC FEI European Eventing Championships in Fontainebleau today.
September 25 - Tickets today went on sale for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) exactly a year before the start of the event in Kentucky where Britain's Zara Phillips (pictured) hopes to be defending the title she won in 2006.
By Duncan Mackay
September 24 - Michael Whitaker (pictured), one of Britain's greatest ever show jumpers who has been picked for four Olympics, could miss the London 2012 Games after he was today found guilty of doping and was banned for four months.
September 2 - Lord Stevens (pictured), the former Metropolitan Police's Chief Commissioner, has today published a series of radical recommendations to try to help stamp out the problem of doping that is threatening to plunge equestrian into crisis.
September 2 - Britain's Olympic silver medallist Michael Whitaker (pictured) is to appear in front of an International Equestrian Federation (FEI) disciplinary tribunal in Lausanne next week on doping charges which potentially could wreck his hopes of competing in the 2012 London Games.
THE International Equestrian Federation (FEI) is trying to remove the top officials who run the Olympic discipline of dressage because it says they are too inflexible.