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Dressage NZ Bulletin Issue 58 March 2022. Your Weekend Must Read

The March issue of the Bulletin is packed with inspiration with everything  from the Dressage Wellington Summer Series to the excitement of Lier CDI 3* and the exclusive preview of the Dunstan Horsefeeds Dressage for Denmark CDI and CDN - supporting our home based riders in their bid for...

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Dressage NZ partners with FV Jewellery for World Champs 2022

We are so excited we can hardly contain ourselves. As we look towards the FEI Dressage World Championships in Demark next year, Dressage NZ has teamed up with FV Jewellery to bring you a unique way to support our participation. We are proud to bring you the FV ESNZ Dressage Collection which is...

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The October DressageNZ Bulletin Celebrates Success

The October Issue is here for you now with much to celebrate.  You can read the Bulletin as a pdf by clicking Dressage NZ Bulletin Issue 27 October or you can view on the Issuu on line platform  Enjoy your Friday night read 

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Simone in Wonderland with Alice at WEG

It’s a wrap. Simone Blum (GER) aboard her 11-year-old chestnut mare DSP Alice just made history as the first female to win the individual jumping crown at a WEG. Cool and calm under all the pressure in the world, the 29-year-old came home with just a single time penalty to win and finish...

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Decisions to be Made for Blyth

Hindsight is a wonderful thing, says eventer Blyth Tait. He’s worn the silver fern eight times now between the Olympic Games and World Equestrian Games and knows only too well all that is involved in the sport of eventing. The 2018 WEG edition didn’t play out as he had hoped. After...

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The Kiwis’ Take on WEG

They came, they saw, they celebrated, laughed, felt the heartbreak and felt the pride of those so proudly wearing the silver fern at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Championships. The Kiwi supporters at WEG certainly made themselves known, proudly loud with flags flying in the stands and on the...

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Dan Eyes Tokyo

  Dan Jocelyn notched a couple of personal best efforts at the Games and is already looking to bring Grovine de Reve back to the US to compete in their first 4*. The 48-year-old, who rode as an individual, was clearly disappointed to have two of the last three showjumping down on the...

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Bigger Picture Thinking from Danny Backers

Owners Jane and Ray Burmester are very holistic in their approach to supporting jumping. “It’s all about the bigger picture for us,” says Jane. “We want to support the next generation of riders and the future of New Zealand jumping.” The Auckland couple have been involved with...

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Fantastic Fine

Daniel Meech’s love of his quirky mare Fine is clear for all to see, and he is as proud as punch of her efforts at WEG. “It was great to pull up in the rankings,” he said. “Fine was just amazing.” She caught the eye of many and drew high praise from New Zealand’s jumping...

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Carrots and Pats for Checky

  Sam McIntosh couldn’t be happier with her 15-year-old stallion and their efforts that saw them notch New Zealand’s best-ever individual jumping effort at a World Equestrian Games. At 32nd, they just dipped out on making the top 25 for the final on Sunday. Interestingly though,...

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