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WILL RAWLIN – Introducing a horse to Cross Country water

WILL RAWLIN – Introducing a horse to Cross Country water

V.I.P Vinnie 2012 – first leap into water    V.I.P Vinnie – Burnham Market Advance 2018 Courtesy Ultimate Images There are many ways of introducing event horses to water and everyone has their own routine…

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TRAIN TO WIN – Tim Cheffings Introducing young horses to skinny fences:

TRAIN TO WIN – Tim Cheffings Introducing young horses to skinny fences:

 Tim shares with us his best advice on tackling what can be the most testing fences across the country; skinnies. He says: The first thing to remember is that all horses are different – they…

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TRAIN TO WIN: Holly Woodhead – Introducing young horses to the eventing world.

TRAIN TO WIN: Holly Woodhead – Introducing young horses to the eventing world.

Think it’s the most exciting part of my job, introducing a baby to the eventing world. The excitement you get when they start to learn their job and how much they love it, I am…

WILL RAWLIN – Rider Fitness

In order to be at the top of your game in the equestrian world, the rider must take just as much care and attention of their own strength and conditioning, as for their horses. Where…

THE RIDERS' SCENE
TRAIN TO WIN: MIA PALLES-CLARK – Showjumping Warm up at a competition.. How to make the best of the collecting ring and save your horse’s jump for when it really counts!

TRAIN TO WIN: MIA PALLES-CLARK – Showjumping Warm up at a competition.. How to make the best of the collecting ring and save your horse’s jump for when it really counts!

The warm up arena or collecting ring is a very important place where classes can be won or lost, nerves and confidence built and restored or where stress and dramas can be created and the…

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TRAIN TO WIN – Roberto Scalisi gives us some tips on how to cope with competition nerves…

TRAIN TO WIN – Roberto Scalisi gives us some tips on how to cope with competition nerves…

Every rider will cope with nerves differently, with some getting more nervous than others. But remember it is normal to get nervous! I remember when I first started to event I couldn’t really get much…

EQUINE PERFORMANCE
LOOKING AFTER THE EVENT HORSE – with CHILDERIC UK and Gemma Tattersalls

LOOKING AFTER THE EVENT HORSE – with CHILDERIC UK and Gemma Tattersalls

When it comes to keeping your event horse looking and feeling his best throughout the busy season, Childéric Saddles ambassador and top international eventer Gemma Tattersall has some great tips and advice to ensure that…

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Distracted and Dangerous

Distracted and Dangerous

Distracted and Dangerous One of the main reasons horses don’t pay attention is you are not ‘leading’ them. If you don’t have a purpose or a plan in which to engage your horse, they are…

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BUILDING TOPLINE IN YOUR HORSE – An 8 week plan

BUILDING TOPLINE IN YOUR HORSE – An 8 week plan

Your horse’s spine is designed like a bridge.  The vertebrae are strung together and supported by muscles, similar to the design of a suspension bridge.   When the additional weight of a rider is added,…