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Kiwis Nations’ Cup Champs at Aachen

Eventing Team New Zealand captured another slice of history overnight when they notched their first-ever Nations’ Cup win in the CHIO Aachen . . . and it was just the second time the Germans have been beaten at the prestigious class on home ground. It was a real team effort from Tim Price...

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Ritchie and Johnstone in Sixth at Aachen

Clarke Johnstone and Balmoral Sensation are leading the way for the Kiwis at the CHIO in Aachen, Germany. The Matangi duo were the best of the crew at the end of the day in the Eventing Nations Cup, sitting in sixth place after the dressage and showjumping phases at the prestigious event. The...

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Main-Events at the forefront of online entries and scoring

Todd Magner and Awatuna Jonesy - Series Winners of the 2017-2018 Main-Events University Challenge   Main-Events is your go to programme for online entries, but the software offers so much more than just entries, with exciting new developments in the pipeline. Anne Vallance, of...

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Success for Mitavite sponsored riders

  Mitavite sponsored riders have enjoyed a cracking season, with show jumper Rose Alfeld (pictured) taking out the World Cup series and eventer Clarke Johnstone winning the CCI4* at Adelaide. Clarke has had a phenomenal run of form with his lovely grey, Balmoral Sensation and has...

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Equestrian’s Wimbledon About to Start

New Zealand eventers will tonight (Friday NZ time) line up against some of the best in the world at the prestigious CHIO Aachen Show in Germany, having all passed the First Horse Inspection overnight. It’s a strong Kiwi team of Clarke Johnstone aboard Balmoral Sensation, Tim Price on...

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Humbled by Support for WEG Campaign

Endurance representative Philip Graham may have a lot on his plate as he prepares for the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games but for the Canterbury farmer, it is just one step at a time. His training with his 15-year-old horse Rosewood Bashir is going “surprisingly well” given the time of...

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Dressage Individuals Named for WEG

Julie Brougham and John Thompson have been named as New Zealand’s dressage representatives for the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games in North Carolina where they will compete as individuals. Manawatu-based Julie, who rode at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, will compete aboard Vom Feinsten, her...

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Applications Open for Young Rider Dressage Team to Queensland (Borrowed Horses)

Equestrian Australia and Dressage Queensland extends an invitation to a team  of Dressage  Young Riders to compete in the Qld Youth Dressage Championships Qld vs NZ Challenge being held at Queensland State Equestrian Centre, Caboolture from 22-23rd September 2018. Riders to be aged 16-21yrs...

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Masterclass Maestro Delivers for Price

Tim Price’s Wesko produced as close to the perfect fairytale finish as you could get in the Event Rider Masters penultimate round at Haras de Jardy near Paris this morning. The Kiwi combo placed second behind Alex Bragg (GBR) and Zagreb, who led from the get-go to finish on 23.6 penalty...

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Welcome Back Wesko

Tim Price’s Wesko looked every bit the superstar en route to fourth place at the end of the dressage in the penultimate leg of the Event Rider Masters at Haras de Jardy in France this morning. And when organisers are calling your horse a “worldwide favourite” you have to be...

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