US Equestrian is committed to improving access and inclusion in equestrian sport. We have provided this page of free language translation resources to make our content more accessible to the many non-English speakers participating in the sport in the U.S. Translation services are built into most web browsers. Here’s how you can use your web browser to adapt and translate the material provided on this site.

Google Chrome

The Google Chrome browser supports translating this website for more than 100 languages on desktop computers, Android mobile devices, and iPhone/iPad devices.

You can also use Google Translate in a desktop browser of your choice, or you can download the Google Translate mobile app for Android or iOS.

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge supports translation for more than 60 languages. The browser automatically asks you if you would like to translate the page if the language is other than what you have set as your preferred language in settings.

Learn How to Translate in Microsoft Edge


Safari in iOS 14 is a built-in feature. You can tap the action button on the left side of the address bar and choose Translate to [Your Language]. If your device has iOS 13 or earlier, we recommend using Google Translate.

When using Safari on a Mac you can go to the toolbar's View > Translation > Translate to [Your Language]. There is also an icon in the address bar for translating as a shortcut to this feature.