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Developing the fifth leg

Jonathan Chapman shares some wise words and training tips for safe fence jumping.

6 months ago

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Dealing with competition nerves

The night before a competition you realise that you have forgotten how to ride, can’t picture yourself getting on and can’t remember any of your training. Ring any bells? Trigger words or actions that correspond to a positive event can help.

7 months ago

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Stepping up to one star

For many riders competing in the entry levels of BE, moving up and taking on a one star is a big goal, so we've taken a look at some of the key things to know if you are planning to compete in a one star this season.

8 months ago

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Mental Performance Coach: 10 reasons why eventing is good for your brain

Mental Performance Coach Sally McGinn identifies why she thinks eventing is so good for mental health.

9 months ago

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Lucinda Green’s cross country coaching

Three cross country schooling exercises from Lucinda Green's British Eventing Charitable Foundation Masterclass.

9 months ago

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Keeping the sport clean

As part of UK Anti-Doping Clean Sport Week (21-27 May 2018) Kate Hore, RNutr (Animal) and Senior Nutritionist at NAF, along with the BEF Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Rules (‘BEFAR’), explain which substances you can and can’t compete on, and how to make sure you keep clean.

9 months ago

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