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Part two: Training with Sandy Phillips

Part two: Training with Sandy Phillips

Dressage tests include movements at walk, trot and canter, with variations within the paces which are introduced as the tests become more complex. It can be difficult for the amateur rider to decipher exactly what is needed for their test, so, with the help of international dressage rider and trainer Sandy Phillips, here is a guide to riding these variations…

Which bedding is best for me?

Which bedding is best for me?

With so many different types of bedding on offer, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the choices, especially as many horse owners prefer to stick with the traditional bedding that they are most accustomed to. However, are you really getting the most from your bedding, or could a change in bedding help solve some of your horsey problems?

What’s in a rug?

What’s in a rug?

Have you ever wondered what all the technical information on your horse’s rug actually means? Here, we explain some of the terms that may leave you feeling confused.

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World famous rider joins Stubbing Court Training team

World famous rider joins Stubbing Court Training team

Stubbing Court Training Ltd (SCT) is delighted to reveal a new addition to its acclaimed masterclass series with top riders and trainers: Irish show jumper Billy Twomey.

World famous rider joins Stubbing Court Training team

World famous rider joins Stubbing Court Training team

Stubbing Court Training Ltd (SCT) is delighted to reveal a new addition to its acclaimed masterclass series with top riders and trainers: Irish show jumper Billy Twomey.

International show jumpers confirmed to compete at HOYS

International show jumpers confirmed to compete at HOYS

HOYS is delighted to announce the International Showjumpers who will be competing at the “World’s Most Famous Horse Show”, held at Birmingham’s NEC from 5th – 9th October.

Magical day for Great Britain equestrian team

Magical day for Great Britain equestrian team

Natasha Baker (Grade II) and Sophie Christiansen (Grade Ia) both defended their Paralympic titles from London 2012, whilst a British one-two in the Grade Ia, saw Anne Dunham clinch Silver.

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