Start Your Engines & Get Your Games Face On!

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Inonothing’s First XC Outing Since WEG2010 It’s time to paint your face different colours, scream loudly, and get ready for the London 2012 Olympic Games. The hype is building, the press is buzzing, and everyone’s out cross country schooling – the most exciting eventing season of recent times has begun! Eventing news and comment has started…

Pau 2011: Sunday’s Action | The Winners, The Losers & The Great Grey

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Mary King Takes Home The Big Money Winning The 2011 HSBC FEI Cassics™ Series I’d just started writing my love letter to Pau and lamenting about having to leave when I suddenly remembered I should at least briefly recap Sunday’s goings on and post some pictures as yet unpublished. Saturday’s cross country phase left many a…

Pau CCI**** Cross Country | The Course, The Competition & The Crowd

Mr Cruise Control | Still the “Horse To Take Home From Pau” Well, What A Day, What A Four Star! After today Pau is definitely on my calendar as a permanent fixture! The weather and the end of season atmosphere certainly helps, but this is also a very interesting track. Pierre Michelet had clearly planned…

WEG 2010 likely to be dominated by Yanks and Aussies

But who will get the selectors’ call….. I know it’s probably a little early to be discussing team selections for the World Equestrian Games but I really couldn’t wait for Barbury before speculating a little from whispers I’ve heard. There must be a number of national team selectors around the world scratching their heads as to how…

Hambleden Horse Trials 2010, firm ground but still a great event.

I’m sorry if you were hoping to find some detailed wordy event report full of superlatives and mentions for owners, the breeding of horses, and other uninteresting facts, because you won’t find it here. For that you’ll need to try the Horse & Hound or Eventing Magazine. Hambleden doesn’t normally feature in my blog as…