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How to get involved in eventing without a horse

If you don’t have your own horse, there are many other ways to get involved in eventing, from grassroots to elite competition. Though the season is over for 2018, why not have a think about some of the below ideas for 2019?

5 months ago

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What to do at the end of the eventing season

Now is the time for reviewing the past and planning the future. Sport psychology expert, Nikki Heath, explains the many aspects to decision making and how to ensure they work for you in the best possible way.

5 months ago

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Improving your dressage test

Ruth Edge explains why getting the basics right at home without the use of training aids or gimmicks should ensure that you can produce a high-quality dressage test at any level.

6 months ago

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Nick Gauntlett Eventing Yard Visit

Take a look behind to scenes at our second Supporter Experience yard visit with Nick Gauntlett.

6 months ago

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Advice for your first BE80(T) event

BE80(T) is a great way to start eventing, with plenty of support and lots of opportunities all around the country. At the pilot Airowear BE80(T) Championships last weekend we caught up with Linda DeMatteo, one of our regular Virbac 3D Worming BE80(T) coaches, to ask for some top tips for making your first BE80(T) competition a great experience.

6 months ago

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