List of All Countries Competing in the 2010 WEG
Sixty countries will be represented at the 2010 Alltech World Equestrian Games in Kentucky, USA. This is a list of the countries competing and the governing bodies of FEI horse sports in each. If you are looking for a coach or other equine resources outside of North America, these links are a place to start.
About the World Equestrian Games
Learn all about the World Equestrian Games, also called the WEG. The 2010 World Equestrian Games will be held in Kentucky, USA. Find out what the WEG is , it's history and the individual disciplines to be contested at the WEG.
World Equestrian Games History
Learn about the history of the World Equestrian Games History, the sports contested at the WEG and the upcoming 2010 Alltech Kentucky World Equestrian Games.
Reining - An Introduction to Reining
This introduction to reining tells you what you need to get started in this popular and exciting sport.
An Introduction to the Sport of Vaulting
What is vaulting? Learn about this exciting FEI sanctioned sport and if it is right for you and your horse.
An Introduction to Paralympic Equestrian
An introduction to Paralympic Dressage. Learn about the horses and rider of Paralymic Dressage competitions.
An Introduction to Combined Driving
Combined Driving is a test of obedience, endurance, skill, and agility. Learn more about this exciting sport and how to get involved.
An Introduction to Dressage Riding
Many people have seen Olympic or Grand Prix level dressage on television. Understand the basics of dressage and how it is beneficial for even backyard riders.
Stadium Jumping - An Introduction to Stadium Jumping
An introduction to the sport of show jumping. Find out what you'll need, how to prepare you and your horse, and what you'll learn at your first show jumping competition.
Introduction to Cross Country Jumping
Cross country jumping, along with dressage and stadium jumping are three disciplines of eventing. Learn about the basics of cross country jumping.
Introduction to Endurance Riding
Endurance Rides are races over a trail of 50 to 150 miles. Does that sound like a challenge you would enjoy. Here is an introduction to Endurance riding and what you need to know to get started.