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Horse & Rider Training Tips

“There’s something about a thoroughbred horse, when they’re very intelligent, sharp and athletic – they can be absolutely great” says Piggy who has found a special little one in the off the track grey gelding, Our Old Fella

Sit in on a fascinating XC Video analysis with the Windrush Foundation mentor Pippa Funnell and rider Connie Copestake as they review the video of Connie riding El Kolibri at Blenheim International 2019

‘You can only train so much at home and then you have to go out, compete and see where your horse is at’ says Bill Levett, who moved three talented young horses up the grades at Burnham Market International

Ever seen a 'Corridor' fence on cross country? We saw one at Riddells Creek Horse Trials recently and were impressed at how the young riders handled it - take a look ...

What does it take to have Podium Potential at any level of eventing? Join renowned coach Caroline Moore for this in-depth series, exploring what it takes to be the best you can be. Part 2 of Show Jumping focuses on Simple Rules

If you like this little training exercise devised by Caroline Moore, you’re going to LOVE our in-depth Podium Potential Training Series with Caroline

What does it take to have Podium Potential at any level of eventing? Join renowned coach Caroline Moore for this in-depth series, exploring what it takes to be the best you can be. Part 4 explains how to 'add' to the overall quality of your dressage performance

During the last six weeks we have discussed a lot of elements to do with physical training for the Eventing rider The next question is, what do I do with this information?

When it comes to horse riding, endurance comes in two forms - muscular and cardiovascular, and each is important in its own right to achieve a fit eventing athlete

Learn about the different styles of cross-country obstacle, incorporating our video footage to help you achieve a faultless round. Part Four covers Step Down, Water and a Hidden/False Ground Rail

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