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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...

Mark Todd: lessons with the legend

Every bit as quietly charismatic as you'd expect, Mark has a lovely laid-back manner that puts the riders instantly at ease. Yet there's also...

A formula for success

  Philippa Hanley started out producing her Hanley Formula in a concrete mixer from her garage, one bucket at a time, but she has come...

A breakthrough in ulcer control

Ulcers are a big concern to horse owners. External symptoms vary a great deal – with riders reporting girthiness, behavioural problems, issues with fence...

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...

Crazy South Island fun!

The South Islanders know how to put on some fun on Saturday night at the NRM National show jumping show - and this year...

Small silver lining after shoplifting

Retailers have to deal with shoplifters on a regular basis and unfortunately equestrian retailers are no different. Rangiora Equestrian Supplies recently were the victims of...

FIRE! Here’s what you need to know

Raging bushfires are – thankfully – not common in New Zealand. But with more extremes in weather patterns forecast, and in particular drought conditions...

Vanessa Way: working without conflict

I’ve always had really good trainers who’ve been very much for the welfare of the young horse. Most of the riding I do with...

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...

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