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Horsezone Review: A Long Rein – An Equestrian Journey – by Mary Hanna

Published on 24.10.2013
Anyone who is involved with horses in Australia, whether you’re into dressage or not, has heard of Mary Hanna. Mary has represented Australia at four Olympic Games and at three World Equestrian Games. She has been the Australian National Grand Prix Champion on six occasions and works full time as an equestrian coach and dressage horse trainer, which she has done for over 30 years. ...


Order your Copy of 'Edwina Tops-Alexander, The Winner of Oz'

Published on 11.07.2012
If you are keen to find out more about Australia's best showjumper, Edwina Tops-Alexander, sign up now for a limited edition of the English version of the book, “Edwina Tops-Alexander, The winner of Oz” personally signed by Edwina....


Horsezone Reviews: Western Horse Calendar 2012

Published on 01.12.2011
With the new year fast approaching, it's time to think about making sure you have a colourful and practical calendar, to hang up once 1 January 2012 rolls around. Western Horse enthusiasts won't go past the glossy and slick Western Horse Calendar 2012, a generous 42cm x 30cm wall calendar, which will be the perfect place for keeping track of everything that's going on for the year. ...


Horsezone Reviews: Peter Pan - The Forgotten Story of Phar Lap's Successor

Published on 17.11.2011
1932. The Phar Lap era. Australian racing was not ready for another hero. Tightly ensconced in the days of the Great Depression, Australian morale was low. When news came that Phar Lap, the national sporting icon, was dead, everyone said there would never be another horse like him. Yet in just a few short months there came one of the most brilliant, speedy racehorses Australia had ever seen. A horse that would be as successful as Phar Lap stormed into the public eye and captured the hearts of the nation. ...


Horsezone Reviews: Ambassadors on Horseback

Published on 14.07.2011
'Ambassadors on Horseback - The Irish Army Equitation School' is an immaculately researched and beautifully presented book that provides detailed information and stunning photos on the history of the esteemed Irish Army Equitation School....


Horsezone Reviews: Seven Steps to the Mindset of an Equestrian Champion

Published on 08.07.2011
Horsezone's Jenny Goodwin has reviewed Tanja Mitton's book, 'Seven Steps to the Mindset of an Equestrian Champion' and gives it four out four on Horsezone's Four White Socks Rating Scale! In the forward to her book, Tanja says, “Seven Steps to the Mindset of an Equestrian Champion is designed to inspire you. The steps in the book are there to help make the process easier. Remember, at the end of the day the only one who can take action is you.”...


Hot Horsey Entertainment for Chilly Winter Days

Published on 26.06.2011
With winter taking firm hold, there's no better time to escape the chill and curl up with a great book or DVD. Whether you're looking for instructional reading or viewing to help with your riding and training, while it's too cold or wet to actually ride; or you're hoping to escape for a few hours with quality fiction, there's hot horsey entertainment to suit you!...


Horsezone Reviews: The Miss Andretti Story

Published on 27.05.2011
This riveting biography of sprinter Miss Andretti, written by former Harness and Thoroughbred race caller John Hunt, scores three and three quarters white socks, on Horsezone's Four White Sock Scale. To say this was an enjoyable book is an understatement - I started reading on Easter Monday and read until 1.30am to finish it!...


Horsezone Reviews: Equine Emergency Rescue - A Horse Owner's Guide to Large Animal Rescue

Published on 18.05.2011
Georgia Fasher recently read 'Equine Emergency Rescue – a horse owner’s guide to Large Animal Rescue', which was written by MaryAnne Leighton & Michelle Staples and found it an informative book, which she thinks would be good for all horse people to own....


Winter Rugs Road Test

Published on 12.05.2011
Now that the cold weather is upon us, one of the most important considerations for horse owners is winter rugging. Even stabled horses need warm winter rugs and for those that spend the winter outside, durable, waterproof and warm rugs are even more important....


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