Eventing magazine: June 2015

  • In this month’s final ever  Eventing magazine, read our Badminton report which includes all of the news, views and statistics from the event. We also talk to top event rider Bettina Hoy and Ben Hobday offers five key pieces of advice for training a young horse across country. You can enjoy all the news and reports from the last two months.



    What’s in Eventing magazine: June 2015

    Badminton report

    • “He’s proved himself in every way”: Chilli Morning becomes the first stallion to win Badminton, as William Fox-Pitt achieves his second title here, 11 years after the first
    • “The pressure just builds and builds”: Paul Tapner reflects on Badminton’s three tests – and who handled the nerves best


    • “I lost my desire to win”: Bettina Hoy talks divorce, Designer 10 and new haircuts after her fifth place at Badminton, her best four-star result for six years
    • “Mr Potts went on hunger strike at Badminton”: Louise Harwood pilots her thrid homebred round the Great Event
    • “It’s all part of learning the job”: Ben Hobday offers five key pieces of advice for training a young horse across country
    • “Keep their routine constant”: Tips from the experts on starting work with an ex-racehorse
    • Through the keyhole: “It feels like coming home” – Olympic and world champion Blyth Tait on working from the yard he used for a decade at the height of his career


    • Goodbye to Eventing
    • Safety standards to be reviewed after Jordan McDonald inquest
    • French lose Rio qualification

    The regulars

    • Stabletalk
    • Legal Eagle
    • Blair diary
    • Tried & Tested — tack and accessories
    • Results


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    • World reports: Kentucky, Ballendenisk and more
    • Grassroots round-up