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Not all jobs in the City are about big bucks

Not all jobs in the City are about big bucks

Eloise Mayhead, who competes talented Welsh section D Tircyln Sportsman in competitive dressage, has a job in the City of London Mounted Police where she has a working relationship with the horses and their riders who calmly patrol some of the busiest streets of the...
“Dressage is going in the wrong direction”

“Dressage is going in the wrong direction”

ANDREW GOULD: “I feel very strongly at the moment that dressage is going in the wrong direction. Listening to people talking, they’re so casual about ‘not needing to win any more’ because they just need a percentage. I think current qualification criteria promote...
Back story: Caroline Sparks dressage trainer and philosopher

Back story: Caroline Sparks dressage trainer and philosopher

Caroline Sparks told Out and About Dressage how her early dressage education took her to international competition within a year and that she likes to use exercises with the people she trains to help them understand what it is that they are feeling.  Experience in the...
Advanced medium 91: a test for the grown-ups

Advanced medium 91: a test for the grown-ups

MARK RUDDOCK, the Surrey-based List 1 judge and trainer, describes the 2016 Advanced Medium 91 as more of a ‘99’ in terms of degree of difficulty. He explained: “Unlike the advanced medium 98, which remains the regionals and championships test, flying changes in the...

International regrets for Hickstead cancellation

HICKSTEAD regularly provides an opportunity for Britain’s young rider selectors to watch potential team members measuring their skills against some of their counterparts from Europe. The Netherlands sends pony riders and Spain some of its junior and young riders....

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