Telling your storiesfrom the stables to the fields

Guest
16 July,2018

5 Tips For Bringing Your New Horse Home

Remember the last time that you moved to a new house? Can you remember how disorientated you felt? And how […]

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Guest
08 June,2018

The Dreaded Drop Fence

Alongside yawning ditches, heart-stopping drop fences rank amongst the scariest on any cross country fence. And yet, with the correct […]

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Guest
04 April,2018

Importance of Riding Other Horses

The same as people having different characters, horses do as well. Their attitude, movement and the way they distribute their […]

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Guest
12 March,2018

In Sickness and Health

In its natural state the horse strives to do three things, to survive, to nourish itself and to reproduce. The […]

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Friends
11 March,2018

What Makes A Great Coach?

Last year, I went on a coaching course through British Dressage and we talked a lot about what it is […]

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Friends
08 March,2018

Can you give me some training ideas to improve my marks for downward canter transitions?

Coaching Corner This was a question posed by a rider who recently made the step up to Preliminary Dressage. After […]

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Hay Bale
03 March,2018

On The Bit

Quote ‘on the bit’ is not solely about the horse’s head position ‘On the bit’ is a term that is heard […]

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Friends
28 February,2018

How to bomb proof your horse…

We have all been there. Peacefully hacking along, enjoying the view, when suddenly your horse launches itself sideways, leaving your […]

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Guest
12 February,2018

Eight easy ways to go from ‘I can’t’ to ‘sure I can’

How would you like to be even more confident in your riding? How quickly would you like to use the […]

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News
11 February,2018

Jane Holderness-Roddam; 50 years since my first Badminton win

2018 is a special milestone year for one of the equestrian world’s leading ladies. Jane Holderness-Roddam, Vice-President of The British […]

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News
24 January,2018

Ideal Combined Training Series proving a big hit with riders around the country

Do you have what it takes to become Champion?   With 13 of the 19 qualifying dates for the British […]

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