It was a tricky end to the week and subsequent weekend. As I have briefly mentioned before I have a 2yr old son. The part I’ve failed to mention so far, he is a spirited, fearless, independent, free range, wild child. Often compared to Mowgli, he is the off spring of two stubborn, determined, single […]
Since Thursday the Bordeaux Exhibition Centre has been full of Equestrian sport’s top riders and horses from around the World. I was planning to go in person as it is not far from where I live in Toulouse, but then I planned to go skiing today instead. Then my car broke so I couldn’t do […]
Vielseitigkeit in der Halle – das DEVOUCOUX Indoor Derby Beim Jumping International de Bordeaux erlebte das Publikum einen begeisternden Wettbewerb, bei dem viele weltbekannte Vielseitigkeitsreiter an den Start gingen. Es ist nach wie vor nicht die Normalität, Vielseitigkeitsreiter und ihre Pferde in einer Halle zu erleben, die Hindernisse überwinden, die man eigentlich sonst im Gelände […]
Enter at A, is a phrase as dressage enthusiasts, we’re pretty familiar with. It signals the start of our judged performance. We all also know the reality of getting any horse down the centre line. The time, the money, the tears. The hours and hours and weeks and years it takes us to still get […]
Bordeaux, France – February 8, 2019 – Show jumping or Eventing? No matter the discipline, Michael Jung seizes all the victories. With his 11-year-old Dutch Warmblood gelding, fisherDaily Impressed (Cartani 4 x Elcaro), the German Eventing champion took the advantage over thirty-nine of the best show jumping riders in the opening class of the Jumping International de […]
The Ocala Premiere closed the books with high scores in the Hunter Prix and back to back wins in the Ocala Horse Properties Stadium. The $5,000 Johnson Horse Transportation Welcome started the week for the Open Jumper division with Bree Rosales taking the victory. She rode VOIGTSDORFS QUONSCHBOB to a blue ribbon finish with a […]
2018 Yearly Update, Happy new year Everyone!! Wow I wasn’t sure we could better 2017 but we certainly have done! Dreams have come true this year and it really does show that perseverance and hard work pays off. None of what I have achieved would have been possible without my amazing support team, my family […]
I am lucky enough to have collected a lot of really nice equipment by this point in my life. From my Majyk Equipe gear to my Lund tack to my Tucci boots to my Devoucoux saddles to my TraumaVoid and Samshield helmets, and everything in between, I have spent a very long time accumulating a […]
Y’all know I’ve been a fan of Majyk Equipe for a long time. The first pair of boots I bought from them, purchased in 2014, are actually still in use, having been handed down to a friend last year. That first pair blossomed into what can probably be labeled an obsession by this point, seeing […]
Split-End Atherston-Shaped Overlay Padded English 100% Leather Girth. Stamped 125 cm, which is just over 49 in.
Alright fellow equestrians, here we are, the post that everyone loves to hate (or hates to love?)! I hope you’re ready to get some good deals and set your wallet on fire. Some of these sales are already active, many won’t be live until tomorrow or Friday. I’ve included date info where I can, but […]
World Equine Airways Symposium founder at the forefront of many veterinary innovations.
Brooke Kemper and CLASSIFIED. ESI Photography. The HITS Culpeper Summer Series at HITS Commonwealth Park has come and gone for 2018. It was a beautiful week to close out the season in the Heart of Virginia’s Horse Country with great weather, blue ribbons and the Horseware Ireland Grand Circuit Champion awards claimed at the Culpeper […]
First things first, May and I had our best ride in a LONG TIME last night. I am not quite sure why. I am not even sure if she was that good. But it was the first time in a long time that I felt really secure and comfortable in the saddle and May felt […]