Horse & Rider Training Tips

With the launch of the FEI online entry system for eventing, Equestrian Australia reminds riders that there are also national requirements they need to meet

Coffin fences seem to be all the go with Mike E-S implementing them on new courses at Sydney and Wallaby Hill in Australia. Take a look at how some of the riders tackled the coffin complex at the recent South of England Horse Trials


Put simply, if you cannot afford to be fully insured, you cannot afford to be in business.  There are too many implications for you, and possibly your family in the event that something goes wrong. Anita Marchesani explains why

Eventing is now the next discipline to be launched on the FEI Entry System starting with a pilot phase from June to September before the full launch in October 2015 for CIC and CCI events worldwide

After the recent discussion and changes regarding penalty points and frangible pins in eventing rules, more new initiatives have been raised by the FEI to be discussed at the FEI Sports Forum

When jumping corners, the speed and energy you have are important as well as the straightness and preparation. This video shows examples and gives tips for perfecting jumping through corners on various lines

Following the recommendation of the Eventing Committee, the FEI Bureau has approved a modification to Art 548.1 referring to the penalties for activating a frangible device as well as a rewording of the explanatory note on the penalties for frangible devices.

Each weekend at events we hear and see all sorts of things but not many as funny as this .......

What would you do to help a horse that doesn’t want to go forward or how do you handle a horse that bucks? Swedish eventing rider Niklas Lindback has some practical and helpful advice and answers riders' questions at his Australian clinic

With related distances, especially on cross country, it is important that the rider is able to react to how the horse jumps the first fence, the landing and recovery. In this video you can see how riders can decide to vary their horses' strides