Following the cancellation of the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe for the second consecutive year, Northumberland’s Burgham International Horse Trials has stepped up to host the championship classes ordinarily staged at the popular Gloucestershire mainstay....» Read More!
One of the tremendous joys of being back on site, photographing and writing about events, is the endless satisfaction I get out of going through my stash of images afterwards, analysing the minutiae of each...» Read More!
Andrew Hoy and Basmati, an 11 year old gelding that has come up through the international levels with the Australian rider, capped off their first big run of 2020 (strange to say, seeing how it’s...» Read More!
Truly one of the best things about eventing being back is that we can return to our very favourite game of all — the high-stakes, low-reward battle to produce the best form over a fence....» Read More!
Pandemic or no pandemic, when Burgham — or, more specifically, course designer David Evans — builds his tracks, he builds them properly, offering a great feeling for those who get it right and an easy escape...» Read More!
Yesterday, we enjoyed a bit of spectacle as the Burgham dressage record was dismantled in an excellent showing by Izzy Taylor and Monkeying Around, leading most of us to believe that no matter how good the performances were...» Read More!
We’ve made it, folks — the UK’s first international event of 2020 is finally upon us, and your resident British correspondent couldn’t be happier to have driven for six hours to get to it. Ever...» Read More!
…since we last had an international in the UK. Okay, okay, so maybe it hasn’t been that long — but it has been a solid ten months, and reader, we have all felt every single one...» Read More!
After several days of fierce debates on social media and a plethora of different interpretations of the tangle of inference that is the government’s guidelines on elite sport, Burgham International Horse Trials has decided to...» Read More!
After battling a string of small setbacks over the better part of the past two seasons, Tiana Coudray is finally back on track with her London Olympic partner Ringwood Magister. “Finn,” a 15-year-old Irish Sport...» Read More!