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Albert Voorn: show jumping’s wild card

Is it true you bought your first pony at the age of eight with money you had saved yourself? Yes. My father was a gardener...

Like mother, like daughter: three generations of success

It was only a matter of time, it seemed, before Amanda Pottinger etched her name on to one of New Zealand’s most coveted equestrian...

John Cottle: master and commander

John Cottle is one of New Zealand’s most highly-regarded riders and trainers, and has had a hand in the careers of many other successful...

Andretti’s long journey home

After a nightmare two years, Canterbury's Susie Hayward was last season reunited with her adored stallion Andretti, and with the pair back to full...

Emily Hayward-Morgan: on a roll

Emily Hayward-Morgan has had a steady rise to the top of the show jumping world. She has progressed from pony club to hunting, then...

Bruce Goodin: this feels like home

If life is a journey, then Bruce Goodin has travelled further along its winding road than most. From growing up on a north Waikato...

Joe Meyer: ‘Don’t forget about me!’

"Don't you forget about me" is event rider Joe Meyer's message to the NZ High Performance programme, and he has recently made contact with...

Andrew Nicholson: Walking the walk

It’s a jungle out there, says Andrew Nicholson. He’s talking about the international eventing scene, and those who doggedly attempt to be competitive from...

A good keen man: Blake Keane

Blake Keane is the friendly face at the in-gate at many shows on the circuit. Every volunteer has a special connection to the sport,...

David Goodin: old school

David Goodin is a humble, knowledgeable, hardworking gentleman, who has quietly contributed so much to the New Zealand sporthorse industry. He is a rider,...

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