Eventing Rider Blogs

Adelaide was, as always, an amazing event but saddened with the passing of its founder Gill Rolton

"Well you know when you have a bad to average event it makes you more determined for the next!" Tinney Eventing head to Adelaide on a good note 

No Adelaide preparations for me this year but that doesn’t mean life has been boring or not as busy. Spring has arrived in Tasmania and that means... babies!

Nearly a trifecta of wins at Sydney @ SIEC (but for those dratted boots!) and the new German horses are settling in well at Tinney Eventing

"Find what you love and find who you love, then hold on tight (and heels down) for the short ride that is life"

Whatever the result at an event, I need to remember that today is called the present and that is a gift and I am grateful to be involved in the sport of eventing

A lot of miles, several big events and a brief respite .............

Whilst we may be good at training horses I feel we failed when it came to training our Jack Russells – if it is even possible to train a Jack Russell!

Three new horses from Germany have arrived at Tinney Eventing after a shopping trip and holiday in Europe

Sometimes an injury provides a reason to change riding techniques as Alice Hirst discovered in her clinic with Prue Barrett

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