Rebecca’s April Update

18th April 2017

April kicked off in great style – I received a phone call to say that Lisci and I had been chosen to represent Great Britain at Saumur in France!! This will be our first international abroad so it will be a great experience and learning curve. Rabbit went and did her second ever Elementary test and […]

Welcome to Chloe!

13th April 2017

Meet Chloe Barraclough, the newest member of Team GH. Chloe graduated in 2013 from Leeds Metropolitan University in association with Bishop Burton College with a BSc Hons degree in Equine Science with a specific interest in equine nutrition. Following her degree, she began working for a diagnostic laboratory specialising in providing small animal and equine allergy […]

Sarah’s Marathon

10th April 2017

Yesterday was marathon day and I’m very pleased to let you know that I completed the Brighton Marathon, yes all 26.2 miles!! I finished in the top 1/3 of under 35 year olds and in the top 25% of women runners so I couldn’t be happier with how I did, especially for my first marathon! It […]

Roo’s April Update

10th April 2017

So off to Gatcombe we go with Friendly Game, Falvaro and El Dorado. Everyone did a lovely test, with Friendly constantly checking to see who was watching – maybe I should put him back onto Global Herbs Rigcalm! It was pretty muddy and slippy in the show jumping, which was causing carnage and I started […]

Congratulations to Evie Toombes

10th April 2017

Our youngest sponsored rider, Evie Toombes, has been awarded the Hannah Francis award by the Pony Club 2016! The award celebrates riders who show courage, inspiration and talent. This is an incredible honour for 15 year old Evie, who was born with a form of spina bifida that affects her lower legs, bladder and bowel. […]

Camilla Hardie Update – Stafford Horse Trials

21st March 2017

Back to eventing for Beau and Dougal as they tackle Stafford Horse Trials… “This week signalled the week we’ve all been waiting for… the start of the eventing season. I felt tremendously under prepared, having spent the last few weeks entirely caught up in our house sale, the boys have been to no lessons, no […]

Jennifer Olivier Blog – Dealing with Fear

21st March 2017

You might just be a ‘Happy Hacker’, or even a top competition rider, but either way we have all fallen victim to ‘The Fear’ at some stage. “I have been one of those mislead riders who believe that the top professionals in our sport are crazy, fearless nutcases who eat glass and brake fluid for […]

Camilla Hardie Update – Somerford & Tushingham

21st March 2017

Camilla had the chance to use her hatcam out at Somerford, and Bailey has been enjoying some arena eventing at Tushingham! Last week I had chance to take Beau and Dougal with a friend for a pre-season tune up to Somerford farm ride. It’s about 7 miles of all weather surface so combining some good […]

Laura Geary Update – Tweseldown

21st March 2017

Laura entered her first event of the year last week at a rather muddy Tweseldown… “We were really pleased with both horses at Tweseldown last week. They both coped with the very muddy conditions, especially Creme who was 4th from last to go and is normally useless in muddy conditions! They were both clear cross country, […]

Alphabute Super – Sam’s Story

17th March 2017

Sam’s owner had some concerns about him and his feet over the winter and sought veterinary advice. “His vet put him on treatment to help, but despite being given it twice a day for 5 weeks, it was wearing off after around 9 hours leaving him quite uncomfortable and he had been on it over […]