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The day he stepped off the plane in England in 2013, James Avery had no long-term plans, no horses and his homeland was over 11,000 miles away. But he always had dreams of wearing the silver fern ...

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle in England at the age of 99

Some recipes for delicious Easter treats to feed your pony plus HOW to feed them, to get some great stretching in for your horse too

As competition gets back to full swing, we might find fewer than normal food stands available - here are our healthy 'at event' recipes to keep you sustained throughout the day

What does it take to have Podium Potential at any level of eventing? Join renowned coach Caroline Moore for this in-depth series, exploring what it takes to be the best you can be. Part 2 of Show Jumping focuses on Simple Rules

New Zealand’s Tim and Jonelle Price have had some good news with all of the horses returned from the Sunshine Tour in Spain cleared for competition

British Eventing has put in place self-certification for horses and the FEI is preparing for competition resumption in Europe in April with EHV-1 protocols

"And then Sunday got even better because a little baby boy arrived at my house" Zara and Mike Tindall welcomed their third baby in a slightly unusual manner on Sunday

Overseas spectators will not be allowed to attend the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 due to the prevailing worldwide COVID-19 pandemic

Lissa Green is still living with the effects of a debilitating concussion, but the “less-than-ideal global circumstances” offered time for recovery and re-assessment. Now, exciting things are happening again …