Sara Howe of Bradbourne Carriage Driving Centre in Sevenoaks, Kent competes both nationally and internationally with her team of driving ponies, representing Great Britain at the World Pony Driving Championships on four different occasions. In addition to competing, Sara regularly teaches people how to drive. Realising that her pupils were missing out on the fun of competing Sara organised here own competition and here she takes up the story… Read more
We are very sad to report that Jane and Jonathan Clarke’s wonderful horse, Second Supreme, collapsed and died whilst competing at the Equi-Trek Bramham International Horse Trials. Ridden by their daughter, Chuffy (Clarke), the combination was competing in the British Horse Feeds CCI*** u25 when Second Supreme stumbled on landing towards the end of the course. The cause of death is at present unknown, but is believed to be of natural causes. Read more
While William Buick was celebrating winning the coveted Epsom Derby on Saturday 2nd June, Page Fuller was celebrating her own special victory at neighbouring Lingfield Park.
The amateur jockey – far more used to riding thoroughbreds on the jumps tracks – took to Lingfield’s all-weather track on the back of the winner of the Showerking Flying Feathers Shire Horse Victory Stakes, Major Jack Seely. Read more
While sports bras have recently become somewhat of a fashion accessory, it mustn’t be forgotten they play an essential role in providing comfort and protecting health during woman’s fitness routines. Here Hagen Schumacher, expert consultant cosmetic surgeon, MyAesthetics explains why. Read more
Outdoor Revolution’s range of equestrian awnings are becoming increasingly popular with eventers and horse lovers alike. Simply attached to the side of a 3.5 tonne lorry, horsebox or horse trailer, their awnings provide a versatile space that can be used for changing, storage, sleeping or simply keeping dry from the wonderful British weather we are frequently blessed with. Read more