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Eventing Interviews

Megan Heath

UK based New Zealand eventing rider Megan Heath has reached 4* level on her horse St. Daniel despite having only competed in eventing for the past five years and working full time in a high powered banking job

Joanne Bridgman

New Zealand horse agent Joanne Bridgman has an eye for special horses; in this interview she tells us what she looks for in these equine ethletes, how she found horses such as Parklane Hawk and Freddie Mac for William Fox-Pitt and about her love of horses and riding

Andrew Hoy Cheeky Calimbo

With 33 stables and the perfect training facilities, Andrew Hoy is looking forward to coaching riders from near and far at his new yard at Somerby Stables

Nat Blundell eventing

Our video interview with Natalie Blundell, who was recovering well from a fall on cross country at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, when we chatted to her about her time in the UK and what her plans are now

Qatar Eventing Team

We find out more about the Qatar eventing team who have been based with Joss Gray in the UK and are now heading to compete at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea with some interesting horses

Penelope Sach was put out of action following a fall from her horse Sage Star a couple of months ago, but the accident led to her to becoming an 'owner' at the Mudgee event where she enjoyed a wonderful weekend

George is a beautiful 17.2hh Clydesdale owned and ridden by Ashley Kelly who you just can’t help but notice

Aoife Clark

Ireland’s Aoife Clark is having a great run up to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games, including a recent win at Gatcombe Park. We find out more about Aoife, her support team, her horses, and their preparation for Normandy

Shane Rose talks about the schedule for the horses heading to Normandy, his preparations leading up to the WEG and Burghley and what it’s like to fly with the horses heading overseas

Sarah Ray Irish Mist

Not all up and coming eventers are professional riders - some have a full-time career outside of horses but still pull it all together. We talk to Sarah Ray, an eventer who is passionate about both her riding and her work in physiotherapy