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British Racing on climate change and sustainability

British Racing on climate change and sustainability

The summary findings and recommendations from an independent assessment of environmental sustainability across British racing and breeding have been published today. Project objectives: To review British racing’s current progress on environmental sustainability,...

Tokyo 2020, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Tokyo 2020, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

With all sports available in their entirety through the Channel 7 app, 7+, Australians enjoyed more of the equestrian Olympic events in Tokyo than ever before. Unfortunately, they might be wishing their sport had received rather less coverage than it did...  Denzil...

From Pony Club to Olympic Glory

From Pony Club to Olympic Glory

From their regional Pony Club to the world stage: Australia’s oldest and largest equine organisation helped shape the lives of our Olympic Equestrian Team. Australia’s most elite athletes are in Tokyo, Japan, not just bringing home medals but testing their skills...

FEI Centenary Celebrations Kick Off #FEI100Years

FEI Centenary Celebrations Kick Off #FEI100Years

The Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) has kicked off year-long centenary celebrations today, calling for the equestrian community to show its commitment to “Shaping the future of equestrian sports together.” A video highlighting the achievements, successes and...

Next Step in the Evolution of Pony Club Coaching

Next Step in the Evolution of Pony Club Coaching

Pony Club Australia has developed a new education and training course for Preliminary coaches. The new PCANCAS Preliminary Coach course is aligned with the PCA rider syllabus and brings together a range of material produced since the launch of the new PCA rider...

End of Tight Nosebands for Dutch Horses

End of Tight Nosebands for Dutch Horses

End of Tight Nosebands for Dutch Horses - From April 1st 2019, in The Netherlands, nosebands will have to be loose enough to allow a 1.5 cm gap between the strap and the nose bones in all disciplines regulated by the Royal Dutch Equestrian Federation (KNHS). The KNHS...

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