Eventing Interviews

Australia's Ben Leathers completed his first long format event at Houghton International - and he loved it!

It was worth missing an University exam as Rosa Onslow enjoyed the best result of her eventing career so far, finishing in third place as the top British rider at the Saracen Horse Feeds Houghton International 4*

This is not Sophie Adams' first eventing trip to the UK, but she is loving being back ‘in the mecca of eventing’ - we catch up with Sophie at Floors Castle International

A crushed collar bone at a Wobbleberry training day with Andrew Hoy led Paula Evans and her husband David to become owners of Vassily De Lassos and an amazing experience at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon

“Every time a death happens, or something goes wrong in our sport, we become more dominating” Lucinda Green talks about rider safety, the 5* events and the ‘Bartle brilliance’ during this video interview

Oliver Townend looked relaxed and happy at his local event before jetting off to the USA; he tells us of his preparations for Kentucky and Badminton

The inimitable Heath Ryan talks about his protegee Hazel Shannon, the importance of the ‘Willinga Park factor’, readying for Kentucky 3DE and the effect of sherry on young eventing riders (Boyd Martin!)

“I learned lots, about a lot of things, about life, about horses and I grew up a lot” says Bella English of her time working with Michael Jung in Germany as she now tackles the English eventing scene

Amanda Ross

Australian Olympian Amanda Ross, the 2019 Australian National Eventing Champion, will be donning green and gold again for the Oceania Championships but her sights are firmly set on Tokyo 2020

Emma McNab may not be riding this Spring due to her pregnancy but her husband Kevin is on a roll with a strong start to the UK eventing season

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