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10 Unforgettable Olympians: Telebrae

Rider: Adrian White ROME, 1960 Our first equestrian Olympians, Adrian White and Mrs H.D. MacDonald’s Telebrae, were brought together by jumping coach Coloman Bolgar – a man...

The 1980s – the establishment years

New Zealand has its first taste of success on the world stage during the 1980s, mainly down to Mark Todd. He wins Badminton on...

Waikato War Horse March Group

On Anzac Day this year, the Waikato War Horse March Group joined the Civic Service Parade down the main street of Hamilton. It's the...

New Zealand’s own Warhorse

The plot of the hit movie Warhorse, where a horse is reunited with his much loved owner on a WWI French battlefield, has been...

Happy birthday, Ma’am

Queen Elizabeth II is 90 years old today, so what better time to celebrate her love of horses? The Queen has always been known for...

1970s – the emerging years

NZ Horse & Pony encourages a great deal of reader participation within the magazine, which carries a lively letters page as a result. The...

1960s – the early years

Show jumping is hugely popular in the 1960s, with an enormous following. International show jumping stars are household names – Pat Smythe and David...

Where it all began

Magazines come and magazines go, but for more than half a century, NZ Horse & Pony has been the must-have monthly read for New Zealand...

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