Mental Performance Coach Sally McGinn identifies why she thinks eventing is so good for mental health.
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.
In aid of UK Anti-Doping Clean Sport Week (21-27 May 2018) we spoke to Sandra Hill, Anti-Doping Programme Manager at the British Equestrian Federation, to find out how eventing is kept clean.
“All he had to do was keep walking and get his toes wet. But, horses being horses, that would have been too simple.”
With the first two Scottish events cancelled, Sarah and Hugo had a go at a show jumping competition and ended up going swimming in the snow!