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An enduring season ahead

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For most horse sports, winter is definitely the off-season. In the sport of endurance, there are a...

NZ horse euthanised at WEG

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The endurance horse Barack Obama, ridden by Jenny Champion and owned by Mark Round, has been confirmed as the horse euthanised for kidney problems...

WEG endurance: from farce to fiasco

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It started with a fiasco, and ended in controversy. The endurance competition at the 2018 World Equestrian Games is a new low point in a...

Endurance off to worst possible start – a restart!

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The Endurance competition has had the worst possible start at the 2018 World Equestrian Games when there was so much confusion at the start...

WEG: Endurance trot ups are different!

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It was a chaotic scene at the endurance horse inspection this afternoon, but emerging from the mayhem were two New Zealand horses with a...

WEG Countdown: 2002 Jerez

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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...

Endurance trans-Tasman challenge

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The endurance trans-Tasman event is back in action this year after a five-year hiatus. This time, it’s the Australians' turn to host the event,...

World endurance champs this weekend

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A record 46 nations will contest the Longines FEI World Endurance Championships 2016 this Saturday at Slovakia’s Šamorín Equestrian Centre, which is currently under consideration...

Latest FEI World Rankings

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Show jumping McLain Ward from USA has moved from fourth spot up to the leader of the world rankings as at 31 May 2016. Frenchman...

Competitive Trail Riding – A how-to guide for new riders

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Competitive trail riding ("CTR") is building a tidal wave of support in the lower North and South Islands with a steady ripple also forming...