Riding with accuracy is important in every phase of eventing. From improving your centre lines and transitions in dressage to conﬁdently tackling narrow fences and tricky lines on the cross country course. BE Master Coach, Caroline Moore, reveals a few of her favourite exercises to help your accuracy in all phases.
Stress is a natural physical reaction, often in response to events that threaten or upset us. It is not a bad thing in small doses, in fact, it is the body’s alarm system designed to keep us safe.
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.
As we all emerge from one of the most challenging situations in living memory, Kate Herren looks at how British Eventing Organisers have helped to kickstart our post-COVID-19 sport.
Going through the finish of the BE90 cross country at Frickley Park felt amazing. This was my first ever BE event with my horse, Harold, and only our second ever cross country round together.