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Jonelle: Why I’m riding Classic Moet at WEG

With two recent four-star winners to choose from, Jonelle Price was in an extraordinary and enviable position leading up to this World Equestrian Games. But...

WEG Countdown: 2002 Jerez

Spanish success For the first time, the World Equestrian Games included seven disciplines, with reining making its debut WEG appearance. There was considerable nervousness in...

WEG Countdown: 1998 Rome

Golden Kiwis It was little short of a miracle that the third edition of WEG was such a great success. It should have been in...

WEG countdown: 1994 The Hague

Bouncing to stardom WEG number two was held in the heart of Holland, at The Hague. Paris was initially selected as the event location, but...

Nutrient deficiencies in equine diets: Hygain nutrition series

Horses, like all animals, have a range of nutrient requirements to meet their daily needs. If these minimum requirements are not met, the horse...

WEG countdown: 1990 Stockholm

Brilliant Beginnings The world’s first World Equestrian Games was held in Stockholm in 1990, and was hugely memorable when legendary show jumpers and long-time rivals,...

The lowdown on arthritis

As many of us have had the misfortune to experience, horses are commonly affected by lameness. Lameness can have many causes, including hoof abscesses,...

Developing a healthy topline: Hygain Nutrition series

We all want to build the perfect topline in our horses, but first we must understand a topline is. The topline of the horse...

Alternative sources of roughage: Hygain Nutrition Series

Roughage is critical for the health and well-being of all horses, and should be the basis for any feeding program. Understanding the design, function...

Young horse training: forward & flexible

I break my horses in at three, which is a good age. I don’t want to leave it any longer, because they get too...

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