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Eventing Interviews

World Number One Oliver Townend won his first ever International eventing title at Houghton Hall in 2008 - how has the sport changed since then?

"When we found out the European Championships had been cancelled, all I wanted to do was win at Belsay" Anna Price did just that by winning the British Pony Eventing Championship on Black Jacko at Belsay International

Australian eventing rider Sam Fasher's strategic approach to competition is paying off as his two top horses are producing some impressive results in 2021

Eventing legend and now racehorse trainer, Sir Mark Todd talk about his first ever runner at Royal Ascot, and what he now uses his old top hat for ....

Hilary Manners talks to Harry Meade about yet another amazing comeback from injury. How does he do it?

“He is truly wonderful, talented and kind horse” says China's Alex Hua Tian of Jilsonne Van Bareelhof (aka Chocs because he is big, Belgian and brown)

Boyd Martin has three horses selected for the US Olympic eventing team in Tokyo; he tells us more about them, what lies ahead and how ‘Australia really helped shape what I am today’

We caught up with ESNZ performance leader Jock Paget at Sydney International for a chat about the challenges of competing in a Covid world and how the Kiwi riders are responding

Eventing rider Xanthe Goldsack, who is studying Genetics at University as well as competing at 4* level, talks candidly about how young riders without a lot of resources behind them can still make it work

New Zealand’s Maddy Crowe is competing at next week's Sydney International Three Day Event but her trip to Australia is hopefully just the first leg of her journey …