Horse & Rider Training Tips

Skinny fences and curving lines require good control of the horse by the rider but first you need to test your brakes. See what Chris Burton suggests in this training video

Governing bodies around the world are making big moves to improve eventing risk management whilst growing the sport but there are still some sobering facts such as the final statistic of 1 fatal fall every 14,369 starters

Video: We're ready to start the 2018 eventing year in the UK!

Ever had a problem worming your horse or giving other oral medication? This video provides some very handy tips

The numbers of starters and competitions continue to grow, horse falls are declining and recommendations for a 'medical return to play rule' made

A rider fall on course during any phase of a British Eventing competition will now result in elimination

Will your horse stand still for the vet or other requirements? Equine vet and behaviourist Gemma Pearson has some handy hints to help keep everyone safe

Video: A little preparation can have a big impact on horse, owner and vet safety. Gemma Pearson provides easy techniques to help horse owners prepare their horses to be quiet, relaxed and safe for equine injections

When we discovered that Andrew Hoy used An Eventful Life cross country videos to review his cross country rounds to help prepare for the coming season, we had to ask if he would talk us through one of his rides ...

Sally Symonds Bosu training for horse riders

All horse riders know that developing core stability and strength can help their riding, whatever their level or equestrian discipline.Fitness expert, Sally Symonds suggests some bosu exercises that can help

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