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“He is my ideal horse. I love him to pieces” says Sammi Birch of the 15-year-old gelding Hunter Valley II, who was aimed for Kentucky CCI5* this year 

Louise Parkes talks to Ingrid Klimke, who is selected for Germany in both Eventing and Dressage for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

29th May: Updates from the world of eventing regarding Coronavirus Covid-19

 Northumberland is not just the home of Belsay Castle Horse Trials but also a wonderful world of Wizards, Walls, Waterfalls and Angels. Take some time to look around .....  

Riders need their legs around the horse, knees slightly pointed out to prevent gripping, heels down to lower their center of gravity, strong, upright positions, and soft/swinging hips. Here are exercises to help you achieve that

Shane Rose talks about a ‘normal day’ at Bimbadeen Park, managing his remote eventing training with a view to Tokyo and how the events he helps organise in Australia will re-group after cancellations

“Have you ever finished a cross country round and thought, wow, that was flawless? Well, not me!” says Hannah Craft as she takes a critical but humorous look at her ride around Keysoe (1) last year

“What was the norm two weeks ago is not the norm today. A week in this whole pandemic is a long time” Alec Lochore talks about preparations for Tokyo 2020 and his hopes for the resumption of eventing in England in July

An area often overlooked by riders is mobility; Lil Wischer provides a stretching routine series that you can do anytime, anywhere 

Are you, or do you know, a local hero who deserves a helping hand? Along with their elite sponsored riders, Bates Saddles has some fantastic prizes to reward local heroes