By Duncan MackaySeptember 6 - Horse Sport Ireland (HSI), the governing body for equestrian in that country, has been severely criticised for how they handled the latest Olympic doping scandal involving one of their horses.
JULY 4 - THE British Show Jumping Association (BSJA) has appointed Di Cornish, a highly successful executive from the commercial world, to succeed Jacky Wood as chief executive.
JULY 5 - BRITISH SHOW JUMPING has today made another significant announcement in its build-up to London 2012 with the appointment of Accenture’s European Managing Director for Government, Lis Astall (pictured) as its new president.
April 7 - The husband of Princess Haya (pictured), the president of the world equestrian governing body, has reported himself to the organisation after two of his horses tested positive for banned drugs.
April 28 - A new scoring system based on those used in gymnastics and figure skating could be adopted by dressage in time for the London 2012 Olympics.
By Duncan Mackay
March 6 - Ireland is set to introduce a new set of measures to try to prevent its reputation being damaged again by his equestrian riders after they found themselves at the centre of a doping controversy for the second consecutive Olympics last year.
By Duncan Mackay
March 7 - The Queen's granddaughter Zara Phillips, the world eventing champion, has today criticised the choice of Royal Park Greenwich Park as the equestrian venue for the 2012 Olympics.
MAY 16 - BRITISH SHOW JUMPING has joined forces with Chester Racecourse to launch an event they will change the sport in the same way that cricket has been transformed by Twenty-Twenty.
DECEMBER 10 - ZARA PHILLIPS was tonight named 2006 BBC Sports Personality of the Year - 35 years after her mother, the Princess Royal, received the same honour.
August 3 - The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) banned its president's husband - Dubai's Sheikh Mohammed (pictured) from riding in endurance races for six months after his horse twice failed doping tests.
SEPTEMBER 30 - TINA COOK (pictured), Britain's double Olympic bronze medallist, is the latest major name to sign up to the new Express Eventing competition at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, an event officials hope will be the sport's equivalent of Twenty20 cricket.
September 24 - Hickstead and Dublin will form the finale for next year's multi-million pound Nations Cup, as the show jumping series is revamped following the withdrawal of sponsor Samsung.
NEW ZEALAND eventing great Mark Todd (pictured) will base himself in England from next month to begin his preparations for the London 2012 Olympics following his return to the sport.
MAY 4 - ZARA PHILLIPS admitted that performing well in the London 2012 Olympics is one of her main goals for the future.