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Berrima Horse Trials is Seeking Helpers for their June One Day Event

Published on 21.05.2012
Organisers of Berrima Horse Trials One Day Event, being held on 2-3 June, are seeking volunteers to be Cross Country Jump Judges and helpers on the Sunday of their competition. This event will involve riders from Newcommers to 1* level....


Legacy of FEI Development Award 2011 Winner Lives On

Published on 19.05.2012
Soraya Ourrais, the Franco-Moroccan winner of the FEI Development Award 2011, has set the bar very high for this category of the FEI Awards, for which nominations opened last week. The FEI Development Award rewards an individual, organisation or project that has in some way made equestrian sport accessible to a wider public....


Horse Rescued After 3km Swim Out to Sea

Published on 18.05.2012
A dramatic horse rescue has taken place in Summerland, California, after a photo shoot at the beach went wrong. The horse being used panicked and bucked the rider off, according to Santa Barbara Harbor Patrol and swam 3km out to sea before being rescued!...


Louisa Hill Competes in Munich Grand Prix Tonight

Published on 17.05.2012
Our favourite Kiwi dressage competitor, Louisa Hill, is competing in the Munich Grand Prix tonight! Louisa and the lovely Bates Antonello will start at number 10 at 11.57am (Germany time). We wish Louisa the best of luck!...


Deep Clean Your Horse Without Getting Drenched Using Anivac Bathing Systems

Published on 17.05.2012
The cooler months often means horses with thick coats, dirty rugs and shorter days to get everything done, but don't despair, Anivac's Bathing Systems can clean your animals, their clothing and facilities twice as well as other methods, in half the time! Anivac's Bathing Systems are the easy, portable, mess-free way of cleaning without using volumes of water - up to 90% water savings! When bathing your horses (or dogs) the patented nozzles deep clean from the skin up, removing dirt and hair, leaving a clean glossy coat....


Showjumping Great Sapphire Retires

Published on 16.05.2012
Sapphire has been one of the most formidable horses on the international showjumping circuit in recent years, with two Olympic team gold medals and a World Equestrian Games silver to her name. The chestnut Belgian Warmblood mare, known around the barn as Sara, carried her longtime rider and co-owner McLain Ward (USA) to numerous victories, making every jump look effortless and winning a loyal fan base over the years. ...


UK RSPCA Appeals for Help with Horse Crisis

Published on 16.05.2012
The British RSPCA are in the middle of a horse crisis! They are seeing an alarming increase in the number of horses and ponies coming into their care as a result of cruelty and neglect. The launch of the Stable Future Appeal is a response to this dire situation, which will hopefully help find more special equine fosterers in the UK. The RSPCA are looking for dedicated and experienced horse handlers willing to foster one or more of the many young equines in their care. ...


Survey: Distribution of Asymmetric Responses in Horses Under Saddle

Published on 16.05.2012
Jodie Smith is a Charles Sturt University Master's Research student looking to increase participation in her online survey, which is researching the distribution of asymmetric locomotory responses in horses under saddle. "What we are researching," says Jodie, "is the effect of our horse's natural motor bias and our motor bias when in partnership. The aim is the explore the relationship between the motor preferences and to see if we are inadvertently training a motor bias into our horses....


Help Raise Funds with the 'Horse Ride for Cancer'

Published on 16.05.2012
We are all united through the devastating effects of cancer. The truth is, it affects one in two Australians by the age of 85 and is the leading cause of death in Australia. The cost of cancer on our health system is a huge one; it takes approximately $85 Billion a year to treat and care for sufferers. Cancer takes too many of our loved ones from us. Improvements in care and treatment are needed urgently and the Horse Ride for Cancer aims to support this by raising $1 Million for the Cancer Council, by riding 2545 kilometers on horseback across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland....


Hamburg Global Champions Tour Kicks Off This Week

Published on 14.05.2012
The world’s top riders arrive in Hamburg this week for the third leg of the Global Champions Tour 2012 with €285,000 at stake in the hotly-contested Grand Prix. The highest ranked riders on the international scene (listed below) and the richest prize money in the sport of show jumping set the stage for a thrilling four days of competition as part of the GCT season, the world’s premier show jumping circuit....


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