Eventing

Gabby Pither: Our next big star?

April 20th, 2016 at 11:59 am Eventer Gabby Pither smiles... a lot. And she has good cause to. With a win at Melbourne two star this year, second at Sydney International two star and now a member of the Australian eventing squad, what’s not to smile about? Continue reading Read Article

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Who is Sheila Wilcox?

at 11:59 am Over the past couple of months I have interviewed two British Olympians who won medals in London, and both of them, Carl Hester and Mary King, paid tribute to a remarkable pioneer in equestrian sport, Sheila Willcox. Continue reading Read Article

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Andrew Hoy and the extra 10%

April 5th, 2016 at 1:51 pm Andrew Hoy teaches how he rides: cool, calm, professional. And he expects his pupils to concentrate, even if the task is as simple as a single pole on the ground, in fact, particularly if the task is as simple as a pole... Continue reading Read Article

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The Classical Principles live on… training with Ingrid Klimke

March 30th, 2016 at 4:52 pm It’s fairly amazing that when the sport of eventing is dominated by riders like Michael Jung, Ingrid Klimke and Sandra Auffarth, that there is still a line of thought, thankfully sinking into the mists of ancient history, that dressage is not good for cross country. Not surprisingly, it is not a theory Ingrid Klimke agrees with… Continue reading Read Article

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Shane Rose: My Horses, My Teachers

March 24th, 2016 at 11:25 am That great horseman and educator, Alois Podhajsky coined the phrase, but it is true of every horseman, the horses they ride, make them. Shane Rose is still a young man, but already the line up of his ‘teachers’ is very impressive, starting with the Clydie cross, Peace Matinee… Continue reading Read Article

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Where do you find your first really good horse?

February 26th, 2016 at 7:09 pm We asked some of Australia’s most successful eveners where they found their first good horse... Continue reading Read Article

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Tim Boland – Eventing has its ups and downs

February 19th, 2016 at 4:19 pm Story by Chris Hector & Roslyn Neave As someone who has been known to straighten picture frames in restaurants, I can relate to Tim Boland’s brand of obsessive compulsive. As he is showing us his new eventing stable block, he … Continue reading Read Article

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Eventing Dressage with Gareth Hughes

February 8th, 2016 at 1:42 pm British dressage team member Gareth Hughes is in high demand as a coach of eveners who wish to improve their dressage... Continue reading Read Article

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Ingrid Klimke – The tradition lives on…

January 19th, 2016 at 2:55 pm The day we visited Ingrid at her stables near Münster, she was showing the visitors to one of her monthly ‘at home’ training days, how she works her dressage horses... Continue reading Read Article

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Rider of the Month – January 2016

January 9th, 2016 at 3:46 pm The first International Animal Health rider of the month for 2016 is none other than Adelaide winner, Mr Shane Rose… Shane was a happy man after the cross country at Adelaide****, clear with the only run under time on Virgil … Continue reading Read Article

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Catching up with Christopher Burton

October 29th, 2015 at 10:00 am Australian evener, Christopher Burton talks about living, training and competing in the UK. Continue reading Read Article

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Natalie Siiankoski – Game-On Competitor

September 22nd, 2015 at 12:31 pm Faces come and faces go in the sport of eventing. Across the years the view changes with a parade of special horses, talented riders, and promising combinations so it’s always exciting when a new star emerges on the scene... Continue reading Read Article

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