Talking to equestrian journalists: how to be a good interviewee

Since Alice Collins left her job as dressage editor at Horse & Hound, she has been flying around the world enjoying herself. To while away time spent at cruising height, Out and About Dressage commissioned Alice to explain how riders are most likely to find their stories featured in published media. 

"HAVE YOU ever won a class and been interviewed by a journalist, but felt tongue-tied or unsure of what to say?" asks Alice Collins, "Here are hints on the sort of things that journalists hope you’ll . . .

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