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Dressage Essentials – Looking Fine on the Centre Line

We’ve rounded up some of our favourite dressage essentials – from tack to rider wear and accessories, these items are…

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Bristers Brief: Flying Changes Part 1

The flying change is a movement required in nearly all equestrian disciplines. In the first of this two-part series, CHARLIE…

New Zealand Holidaying: Riding Trails across the Tasman

While travel restrictions limit us still, the Land of the Long White Cloud is now a reality. SONIA CAEIRO ALVAREZ armchair…

For the Love of Jumping with Judge Michael Archer

Renowned show jumping judge Michael Archer has officiated at numerous events, including those attended by the likes of Chris Chugg,…

Breed Feature: The Icelandic Horse

Don’t call me pony! They may be small, but the Icelandic is always referred to as a horse – and…

Top Tips to Improving your Working Equitation Scores

Seasoned equestrian LINDA SHORE knows that if you want to improve your working equitation performance, attention to detail and practice…

Handling a Foal: Some Expert Do’s and Don’ts with Helen Chugg

So you’re thinking of breeding from your mare? A wonderful idea, but once that much anticipated foal arrives, what then? Amanda…

Simplifying the World of Horse Worming

Sponsored by Jurox. The world of horse worming can sometimes be confusing. Which products to choose, which ingredient are best,…

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Jamie Hocking, the less than ordinary life of an Australian Vaulter

So far, it’s been a life less ordinary for JAMIE HOCKING, one of our two 2020 Delivering Dreams Scholarship recipients….

Ariat’s New Breed Technology: Athletic Footwear in a Boot

Sponsored by Ariat. Ariat was founded as the New Breed of Boot after they were the first to integrate athletic…

20 Questions with Terry Snow, Willinga Park

Terry Snow AM, is an Australian businessman, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He is also the heart, soul and driving force behind…

Poor Appetite: A Sign Your Horses Digestive Health Needs Support

Sponsored by KER The Kentucky Equine Research Team take a close look at the link between poor appetite and horse…

Harnessing the Clydesdale: The big, the bold and the beautiful

Liz Lewis’s fascination with horses goes back as far as she can remember, and her passion didn’t wane as she…

Three Jumping Hacks to Build Confidence

Christine Armishaw runs through three handy training tips to help you and your horse perform at your best the next…

Brister’s Brief: Tips for Bridling your Horse

If you find yourself reaching for a stepladder every time you try to bridle your horse, CHARLIE BRISTER has some…

Impulsion vs Speed: Part Two

In part one of this two-part series, Christine Armishaw discussed the difference between impulsion and speed . In part two…

Impulsion vs Speed: Part One

Needs more impulsion ™ is a frequently written note on dressage test sheets. But more impulsion does not mean faster….

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