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Making Eventing Work For You

Anyone who chooses to compete in the sport of eventing inevitably has to work hard, and some enthusiasts have to go above and beyond to make the sport work for them. We find out from three riders how they manage their hectic schedules.

about 2 months ago

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What are Simple Metrics?

British Eventing have been working with EquiRatings for several years now, most of the work has gone on behind the scenes but we are now excited to launch a new project and bring an exciting new BE member benefit direct to your inbox!

2 months ago

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Are we Fit for Purpose?

Jonathan Chapman explores some ideas around event rider body shape and the importance of balance.

3 months ago

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Event Rider Superstitions

Are you superstitious? We investigate if it has a place in competitive sport.

3 months ago

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Training the Eventer’s Brain

Many of us spend a lot of time focusing on the physical training of ourselves and our horses, but we’ve all suffered with doubts in our own ability, a knock to our confidence or pre-competition nerves, so what mental training are you doing?

3 months ago

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Fuelling the Event Rider

Can what we eat help our performance on a horse? We speak to nutritionist Dr Dan Martin, about the foods you should (and shouldn’t) be fuelling up on and he shares his competition day meal plan.

3 months ago

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