Eventing Interviews

Isabel English is just 18 and finished 12th in her first CCI4* at Adelaide last year but she now has her sights set on Badminton ... maybe 2015 ...

Sandra Atkins didn’t start riding until she was 21 but it soon become a passion – a passion she passed onto the next generation of Atkins family and beyond …

Graf Liberty Syndicate

Eventing horse ownership can take place in many forms and Australia’s Chris Burton is fortunate enough to have a group of owners who have taken on his horse Graf Liberty in a syndicate

Tinks and Amanda Pottinger

Tinks Pottinger is not only a legendary name in eventing but also plays an important part in the development of young riders in New Zealand. We find out more in this interview with Tinks and her daughter Amanda

With more and more event riders taking the plunge to spend some time overseas Chris Burton gives us his opinion on if this trend is neccessary

Libby Law

Ever wanted to know what life is like for an international eventing photographer? Find out from Libby Law as she looks back on 2013

Jonty Evans and Andrew Nicholson

Two of our favourite eventers in a bit of banter ............. great fun. Wish we'd asked Andrew about his favourite underpants in our recent interview

 

Lizzie Brown eventing

"You have to keep believing in yourself and get up every day to do your job, train hard and be a nice person” says New Zealand eventer Lizzie Brown when we talked to her recently about living in the UK, her horses and winning at Boekelo

We asked Kate Ackland what was her ‘I can’t do without item’ at an event

We talk to Winks Armstrong about her early days, her role as a mother to eventing daughters Emma and Bols and how she came to be a dressage judge

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