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Our Hero Vicki Wilson

The Wilson sisters are famous around the world for their equestrian achievements.  Candida Baker spoke to Vicki Wilson just as she was about to leave the North Island for the U.S to defend her Road to the Horse Colt Starting Championship title – for the third year in a row. Riding on the sheep’s back.  It’s an[…]Read More

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Mackenzie Boundy

Mackenzie Boundy has been riding since she was seven, trying everything from pony club to eventing to showing until she found her true passion – dressage.  “I love dressage and I solely compete in that discipline,” explains the 20-year-old Queensland rider.  “I was lucky to have a couple of wins at some major events on my[…]Read More

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Jamie Priestley

Jamie Priestley is a talented 20-year-old Young Rider from New South Wales. Originally from a hacking background, Jamie started show jumping seven years ago with great success. “I’ve been riding my whole life but my passion is show jumping,” Jamie says. Jamie has five horses at various levels – KS Optimus, a 16hh 13-year-old Warmblood[…]Read More

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Hero of the Month Edwina Tops-Alexander

Edwina Tops-Alexander is the highest ranked  female show jumper in the world.  HorseVibes looks at the life and times of an inspirational rider. The list of Edwina Tops-Alexander’s firsts just keeps tumbling – unlike the fences she’s jumping.  In December she became the second woman to win the Paris Longines Grand Prix on her amazing mare, 11-year-old California,[…]Read More

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Shane Rose

Dual Olympic medallist, and current Australian eventing champion Shane Rose, is our Hub Hero this month. “What a lot of people don’t think about when they’re competing a horse is how the relationship really works. What you need to realise is that there are not that many sports that either involve just one other team[…]Read More

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Hub Hero – Heather Roberts

Multiple Sclerosis has not stopped Heather Roberts from achieving her horse dreams, writes Jane Camens. And Heather has no intention of stopping anytime soon, despite her debilitating and crippling disease. It was no problem for Heather Roberts that I rang her an hour earlier than arranged, forgetting that Queensland doesn’t have daylight saving. By 8.00am[…]Read More

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Summerland Dressage Club

Summerland Dressage Club (SDC) is a not-for-profit organisation which promotes dressage in the scenic town of Bangalow in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales. SDC regularly runs training days, official and unofficial dressage competitions at the Bangalow Showgrounds and caters for riders and horses from Preparatory to Grand Prix level. Our members range[…]Read More

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Yarra Valley Dressage Club

Our Mission To advance the Art of Dressage and to encourage and foster horsemanship in all its forms. The Yarra Valley Dressage Club was formed in March 1979 when a group of friends joined together keen to share their interest in dressage with other like minded people in the Yarra Valley, Victoria. 61 members paid[…]Read More

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Coffs Coast Jump Club

Coffs Coast Jump Club is a recent arrival on the Club scene – and the only specific show jumping club in the Coffs Harbour region of northern New South Wales. Coffs Coast Jump Club (CCJC) is an EA & JNSW affiliated club – they run club days every 4-6 weeks and two big competitions a[…]Read More

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Tansey Polocrosse Club

Tansey Polocrosse Club continues to cement its reputation as one of the best polocrosse clubs in Australia, featuring players in State and National Polocrosse team selections. At the Club’s home carnival recently they continued to show why they are so strong by winning both the Men’s and Women’s divisions. The second carnival for Tansey this[…]Read More