AFTER creating an event that has successfully reached its 10th year, Susie Farnon believes that local dressage is increasing in quality year on year.
THE course builder for London 2012’s successful equestrian events admits that fortnight went ‘unbelievably well’, but it was an Olympic Games that he could not enjoy fully until its conclusion.
AN OLYMPIC showjumping course designer will be in the island this weekend for the first ever Odey Wealth Grand Prix Horse Show.
HAVING made her bow on the international equestrian stage, Amelia Jeffery was ‘thrilled’ with her performance and is looking forward to more of the same.
NINE ponies, 18 horses and many more helpers and supporters made the annual pilgrimage to compete in British Showjumping Jersey’s Liberation Show at their ground in Trinity parish.
GUERNSEY riders more than held their own in classes carrying in excess of 50 combinations in a prestigious three-day competition at the renowned Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre.
IF THE opening day of the first show of the season is anything to go by, BS Guernsey are in for a busy summer.
PROTECTING a rubbish dump, old packing sheds and Tarmac by classing it as agricultural land is stopping the British Show Jumping Association from improving facilities, it has said.
THE Dressage Championship weekend brought an exciting conclusion to the Guernsey Dressage Group season.
RECORD entries from both Guernsey and Jersey at the Forest Farm Dressage competition, showed yet again just how popular the sport now is in the Channel Islands.