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France’s Patrice Delaveau has had to pull out of the final leg of the showjumping World Cup final as Lacrimoso HDC is lame

The Equine Therapy Centre manager shares her top tunes from the winters, an extreme makeover and steps boldly into the wonderful world of twitter


Dedicated Pony Club volunteer dies

Carole Wasdell was the district commisioner of the Minchinhampton branch of the Pony Club and area representative until 2005

Kent Farrington and Voyeur winning the second leg of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final 2014

Kent Farrington wins World Cup final 2nd leg in controversial 21-horse jump-off

Kent Farrington took top spot in tonight’s 2nd leg of the World Cup final after 21 riders made it through to the jump-off, prompting controversy about the time allowed

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro win the grand prix at the Reem Acra FEI World Cup Dressage Final 2014

Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro break their own grand prix record at World Cup final

Britain’s stars took the grand prix at the World Cup dressage final this afternoon, setting a new world record in the process

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A new venue is needed for the 2015 endurance European Championships


Chloe Vell’s dressage blog: Revising for GCSEs after disappointment in Holland

Our young dressage blogger ruminates on the soaring highs and crushing lows of an intense competition schedule and balances riding with her school work, while her modelling career takes a back seat

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Young riders hoping for place on elite program

One British and 2 Irish riders are gunning for an place on a new European elite program designed to help future stars.

Pius Schwizer winning the speed leg of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping Final 2014

Pius Schwizer wins World Cup jumping speed leg as Brits suffer disappointment

Switzerland’s star rider topped the opening round of the World Cup showjumping final tonight, while Britain’s Scott Brash and Michael Whitaker both had a fence down