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British Eventing Youth Performance Programme Coaches and Selectors

British Eventing Youth Performance Programme Coaches and Selectors

As part of the ongoing development of the British Eventing Youth Performance Programme, BE has announced the new coaches and selectors of the programme. Members under the age of 21 make up about 20% of…

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Train to Win with Ros Morgan; Arena Eventing

Train to Win with Ros Morgan; Arena Eventing

In the first of a new series for Train to Win, Ros Morgan takes a look at how you can benefit from winter competitions. With the indoor season fast approaching many of you may now…

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TRAIN TO WIN – Using the warm up wisely .

TRAIN TO WIN – Using the warm up wisely .

Warming up at a competition is not the time to reinvent the wheel and knowing what you want to achieve will help you plan a productive warm-up. Here Harriet Morris-Baumber offers her advice on warming…

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Getting the horse moving ‘off your leg’, for better XC reactions

Getting the horse moving ‘off your leg’, for better XC reactions

by trainer Jenny Richardson, BHSAI Eventing enthusiasts know that one of the key foundations of riding is to have your horse ‘in front of your leg’. This doesn’t mean going fast, it means going forward!…

Caroline Powell – More thrills, less spills

Badminton is fast-approaching and all eyes will be glued on both the Grassroots Championships as well as the four-star competition. It’s not something anyone likes to witness or experience, but sometimes falls are par for…

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Eventers – why pace adjustability helps with safe cross country riding

Eventers – why pace adjustability helps with safe cross country riding

By Ryan Wood, for Royal Rider Stirrups Australian eventer Ryan Wood is one of the world’s leading eventers, recently winning the Lexington Virginia CCI1* riding Ruby, and placing top ten with at Pau in the CCI4*,…

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British Eventer Hayden Hankey shares his tips for taking a young or green horse to its first event

British Eventer Hayden Hankey shares his tips for taking a young or green horse to its first event

Eventer Hayden Hankey is an experienced horseman, having contested showing, showjumping and amateur National Hunt racing, in addition to his eventing. He also Field Masters for his local hunt. Hayden has produced some world-class horses…

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Top tips for tackling water jumps – by trainer Jenny Richardson, BHSAI

Top tips for tackling water jumps – by trainer Jenny Richardson, BHSAI

We loved Will Rawlins’ article in 2018 about introducing a horse to XC water, and hope this piece follows on nicely, once the horse has gained a little more exposure to water complexes (or environments),…

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Tackling Skinny Fences with Harriet Morris-Baumber

Tackling Skinny Fences with Harriet Morris-Baumber

A skinny fence can strike fear into the hearts of some riders, and course builders love to throw in this technical challenge to test how accurate your riding is, along with your ability to keep…