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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,...

A change at the top for NZ eventing?

Erik Duvander has been intimately involved with Eventing New Zealand's High Performance squad for more than a decade - travelling the world with the riders as...

Up close & personal with Steve Guerdat

Steve Guerdat has an impressive list of achievements and he is only 34. He has won the last two World Cups and is keen to...

Rio: Jonelle’s on the job

Jonelle Price was part of New Zealand's bronze medal team at the London Olympics, and she was the travelling reserve for Athens back in 2004. Since...

Toddy: ‘It feels like the first time’

Sir Mark Todd is New Zealand's most-capped Olympian. In any sport. Ever. He's also been the NZ eventing team's coach (for Athens) and has...

Jock: Getting real in Rio

While this isn’t Jock Paget’s first Olympics, it is his first trip to Brazil. He represented New Zealand in London as part of our bronze-medal-winning team. But,...

Rio: The one and only Clarke

There are a lot of 'only's' about Clarke Johnstone. He is the only member of the equestrian team under 30. He is the only one...

So long NZ: Katie’s moving to Australia

Katie Laurie has today announced that she and her family are moving to Australia at the end of the coming show jumping season. She'll compete here...

A mother’s story: Jonelle’s hard road to success

So many Olympic equestrians come from deeply horsey backgrounds; they are sons, daughters or grandchildren of former elite riders and grew up on farms,...

Untouchable girl: Merran Hain

Merran Hain is quite possibly the only person in New Zealand who has been competing at the top level on the show circuit –...

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