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28 August,2020

Showjumping returns to Hickstead with a ‘socially distanced’ show

The Science Supplements All England Jumping Championships will take place from the 2-6 September, offering classes from pony and grassroots […]

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26 June,2020

New documentary celebrates 60 years of Hickstead

This summer marks 60 years since the All England Jumping Course at Hickstead first opened, and a new documentary on […]

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24 June,2020

Carl Hester upgrades his facilities with Ecotrack and Activ-track from Martin Martin Collins

The equestrian world needs no introduction to Team GBR dressage rider Carl Hester who recently invested in giving his horses […]

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29 May,2020

Spreading Kindness with Gypsy Vanner Horses

Diana Hasen from the USA has been spreading joy with her two gypsy vanner horses Stevie & Harley, during lockdown. […]

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11 May,2020

May with Little Alf and Hannah Russell

It’s May and lockdown continues, me and Alf have been making to most of the sunshine over the last week […]

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05 May,2020

Shop the new Rainbow Collection from It’s All a Bit Horse and say ‘thank you’ to the NHS

Online equestrian equipment supplier It’s All a Bit Horse has unveiled a colourful new Rainbow Collection (£39.99) which is being […]

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28 April,2020

Hickstead’s 2020 international season cancelled

Following further government advice, it is with regret that we have had to make the difficult decision to cancel both […]

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02 April,2020

The Racehorse Sanctuary announces legendary jockey and racing personality John Francome has joined the team as patron

Sussex-based racehorse rehoming and retraining charity The Racehorse Sanctuary has announced that seven-time champion National Hunt jockey John Francome is […]

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27 March,2020

Holland Cooper Support Official NHS Charities #Covid-19 Appeal

It’s a difficult time for everyone during this Covid-19 pandemic that has struck the globe.  While we are all being […]

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13 March,2020

Event Rider Masters Cancels 2020 Series due to Impact of Corona Virus

Event Rider Masters has conducted a full risk assessment of the rapidly evolving Coronavirus Covid-19 situation in line with the recommendations […]

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05 March,2020

New opportunities to train at Hickstead

For the first time ever, riders will be able to hire a professionally-built showjumping course by the hour at the […]

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26 February,2020

Equine photographer commences project to support equestrians

Equine photographer Laura of Laura Fiddaman Photography has set up a foundation to help support those struggling with their mental […]

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