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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 –...

First & Last: Faerie Dianimo

When did you first...see her? When Tim and I first came to the UK we were based with David and Jacky Green, who remain...

Life goes on and it is business as usual for Andrew

While missing out on going to a seventh Olympics might mean a lot to many of us, Andrew Nicholson is just getting on what...

Catching up with Charlotte Dujardin

Charlotte Dujardin and the divinely beautiful Valegro were the dressage sensations of the 2012 London Olympics, winning team and individual gold – something never...

First & Last: Vom Feinsten

When did you first... see him? We were in Aachen, Germany, looking for horses. I had sold JK Supersonic, my Grand Prix horse, so...

Close-up with Clarke

Kiwi eventer Clarke Johnstone was just 23 when he won a team bronze medal at the 2010 World Equestrian Games with his beautiful NZ...

First & last: Dunstan Springfield

When did you first… see Springfield?  As a yearling, and he was not the most attractive baby! Sarah Milne, his breeder, made me come and...

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