Eventing Rider Blogs

The first 4* win for Celebration and a big start to the season for Tinney Eventing including some fun Six Bar show jumping action at 1.75m!

15 year old Bethany Hirst takes over sister Alice’s blog with a travel adventure of her own – from Tasmania to Victoria for the Australian National Championships

New jobs, exciting opportunities and drunken Balls – a month in the life of an Eventing Aussie expat in the UK

February is time to let our hair down and turn into Shane Rose at the Wallaby Hill Extravaganza

"My blog will no longer be about a Tassie rider's mainland Australian adventures, but a blog about how that little Tassie rider went abroad!" Alice Hirst fills us in on hunting antics, some Spanish culture and settling into life in the UK

October saw the lead-up to Adelaide at Lynton and Albury and then we were at the big event in November where Gemma had her first 4* start

"For me success and satisfaction can come in many shapes" Globe trotting equine vet Christopher Elliott fills us in on a year of vetting at three 4* and six 3* events across the UK, Europe and America

With WEG now behind us we can now concentrate on our own team of horses back here in Australia

It takes a lot to slow down self-diagnosed ADHD sufferer Kate Mackenzie, Equestrian Australia’s Administrator of the Year, but fractures in her L2,3 and 4 spinal processors following some cross country high jinks did the trick

Woo hoo! A podium finish and qualification at Tamborine means that both Stuart and Gemma are now aiming for the CCI4* at the Australian International 3 Day Event

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