Hey EN, it’s ESJ remember me? I know it has been over a month since my last post on EN, it actually feels like longer. It’s not that I don’t love you anymore, it has...» Read More!
Sometime in the next two weeks I expect the Aussie selectors to finally declare their hands. My guess is at the moment, they are currently cutting up little squares of paper and writing horse names...» Read More!
The Brits, or as us Aussies prefer to call them, the Poms. As home team one would assume that they perhaps have a home team advantage. But given that Greenwich park is a new venue...» Read More!
So here we are, we are on the second last team of ESJ’s Olympic team picks, this time we look at an equestrian powerhouse: the Germans. There is no doubt that at the end of...» Read More!
Later this week, while all eyes in North America will be firmly fixed on Lexington Kentucky, Aussie eyes will be firmly planted in Sydney where the cream of Australia’s locally based competitors will be going...» Read More!
OK, here it goes, the French, the Frogs. I thought picking the Aussies was tough, this French list has more names that are unpronounceable for this Aussie bloke, a VERY long B list and...» Read More!
Mary King was kind enough to sit down and chat to Eventing Nation while she was in Cincinnati for the Area VIII AGM in January. Unfortunately, and inexplicably I somehow managed to lose the...» Read More!
Stuart Tinney and Panamera, winners at the Aus Three Day CCI4* last year If you have been following this series so far, you will know I have tackled the Canadian, US and New Zealand teams...» Read More!