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Eventing Interviews

Warren Lamperd

Many riders will make the trip over to the UK from Australia but few choose to stick around and make a go of it on their own. Former Victorian and proud Australian Warren Lamperd is one eventer who made that tough decision over 15 years ago

In another of our ‘Eventing mums or mums of Eventers’ articles we speak to Martha Brister whose son Charlie is a well known face around eventing in NSW, not to mention one of our bloggers!

Sophie Beaty and Bella Innes-Ker

We chat with top young British eventing riders Sophie Beaty and Bella Innes-Ker about their travels in Australia, their horses and plans for the eventing year in 2014

Vittoria Pannizon eventing

We chat with Italian rider Vittoria Panizzon on her first visit to sunny Australia about her successful year in 2013 and what is coming up in 2014

Marguerite Mckeown has been around the eventing scene in NSW for several years and in this interview she recalls how her passion for the sport began back at the Morpeth Hunt Pony Club. We also take a look at some of her cross country lesson at the recent SIEC clinic.

Belfast Mojito and Sonja Johnson

In this video interview Sonja Johnson talks about her plans for 2014, her young horses and what the famous older horse, her WEG and Olympic medal winning partner Ringwould Jaguar, is currently up to.

Kate Beadel and Cloud

Tazzie Eggins updates us on the progress of Kate Beadel and her OTTB Cloud who we met at their first competition together in 2013 at Wandin

Alec Lochore

We talk to Alec Lochore to find out his thoughts on how eventing is developing as an international sport, his role at the 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games in Normandy and how event management is changing in the UK

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 …