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11 February,2018

Jane Holderness-Roddam; 50 years since my first Badminton win

2018 is a special milestone year for one of the equestrian world’s leading ladies. Jane Holderness-Roddam, Vice-President of The British […]

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24 January,2018

Ideal Combined Training Series proving a big hit with riders around the country

Do you have what it takes to become Champion?   With 13 of the 19 qualifying dates for the British […]

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Guest
21 January,2018

Don’t Get Fit, Get Even by Laura Szuca

Having recently had a back operation I am currently spending a lot of my time not only getting some level […]

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Friends
18 January,2018

How confidence is just another muscle

Muscles begin to lose their strength with surprising speed once they are no longer being used. Equally, it is possible […]

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Friends
04 December,2017

So You Want To Work With Horses?

by Karen McConnell of KA Equestrian I am approached all the time from people looking for jobs or advice on […]

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28 November,2017

Naughty or struggling? Can you tell the difference?

Our horses rarely wake up in the morning, and think “today I will be really naughty…today I will only canter […]

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Friends
26 November,2017

Helping Those Over Confidence Hurdles by Teri Warner

I thought I have been doing a lot of thinking recently, so why not share it on my blog…. Everything […]

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Friends
20 November,2017

Challenge Your Riding by Alison Kenward

Lots of excitement for me this month with Neptune and I finding an even stronger bond, a short stay in […]

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Book Reviews
19 November,2017

Rider Biomechanics: A Review

Mary Wanless has again achieved an easy to understand book that totally demystifies some of the riding world’s deepest questions. […]

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Guest
18 November,2017

Testing Times: Riding The Perfect Dressage Test

Dressage, much maligned as ballet on horseback for those too scared to jump, is actually an essential part of training. […]

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Hay Bale
08 November,2017

5 Top Tips When Buying An Event Horse

With the dark evenings and crisp, cold mornings can only mean one thing. Winter has arrived and the eventing season […]

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