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Eventing Interviews

‘If you’re not winning, you’re learning’ Sadie Abel didn't win the 2020 British Eventing 3* League, finishing second to Piggy March, but she stepped up to 3* in 2020 with great success on board Ericantos VDB, the third most improved horse in the world in 2020

“It is hard work. It is mentally, physically and financially tough, but I absolutely love it” We find out how amateur eventing riders cope with juggling eventing and full time jobs

From GAA to gold, and from Glasgow to the Olympic Games – the life and times of the Irish team equine vet Marcus Swail

Do it for the Eventer-gram: How do riders feel about social media?

Could this be the new power couple of New Zealand eventing? We talk to newly weds Jesse and Georgie Campbell about life, love and the future of ‘Team Campbell Eventing’

"A door that opened for me and I kinda ran through it as fast as I could!” The 2000 Olympic Eventing champion David O'Connor talks about his life with horses, changes in the sport and what the next generation need to know

In the past 10 years Michael Jung has become a legend in the sport of eventing. We look back on the record breaking career of a man who has held us spellbound for a decade

From Olympic eventers buzzing around cross country courses in their 60’s to this year’s British Eventing 80(T) Reserve Champion, the equestrian world certainly doesn’t discriminate against age

“This year has put a lot of things into perspective" Three young British riders - Mollie Summerland, Richard Coney and Rosa Onslow - describe their debut CCI5* experience at Les Etoiles de Pau

“I’m one of those people who leaves no stone unturned" British Young Rider Champion in 2019 and now one of the youngest CCI4* winners - we catch up with Phoebe Locke