1. A rising star within the showjumping area
Equestrian expertise and the starvation to be one of the best actually seems to runs by the McCoy household’s genes – 15-year-old Eve McCoy demonstrated that when profitable the Stoner Jewellers 1.20m open championship, using her well-known father’s 11-year-old gelding Cocktail D’Azur, on Sunday (3 September), the final day of the primary week of the All England September Tour. Eve joked that her father AP “needs to maintain me as distant from racehorses as attainable”, therefore the give attention to showjumping as an alternative. This may be the younger McCoy’s first Hickstead championship, however we actually wouldn’t wager on it being her final.
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2. Barbury stays off the British Eventing calendar
Hopes that Barbury Citadel Worldwide Horse Trials would return to the British Eventing calendar for the 2024/2025 season have been dashed by the information that the CCI3*-S and CCI4*-S 2024/2025 fixtures have been allotted to Aston-le-Partitions. Director of Barbury organisers Musketeer Occasion Administration, Alec Lochore, mentioned that the choice was “extraordinarily disappointing” and informed H&H that BE had not given them a purpose why they misplaced the fixture. Nevertheless the venue nonetheless plans to host eventing, albeit at decrease ranges: “We are going to proceed to run the Cotswold Cup, so we’ll nonetheless have eventing at this nice venue – it’s simply not going to be worldwide eventing at four-star stage, which I feel is sort of unhappy.”
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3. All programs go on the dressage Europeans
The motion on the European Dressage Championships in Riesenbeck, Germany, is below approach with the primary day of para dressage competitors. We want everybody competing the easiest of luck. All of the British horses have handed the trot-up and H&H’s workforce of reporters are available to carry you all of the information because it occurs from each the dressage and para dressage championships by the week, so that you don’t must miss a factor.
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4. Celebrating Britain’s greatest grooms
Horse & Hound is delighted to welcome Absorbine as a sponsor for the Horse & Hound Awards 2023, that are as soon as once more being held in partnership with NAF. Nominations for this 12 months’s awards celebrating the celebrities of equestrianism – each family names and unsung heroes – are actually open.
Rachael Holdsworth, European advertising and marketing supervisor for Absorbine, mentioned: “Grooms stand on the core of the equestrian world; their abilities and unwavering dedication to their horses is really distinctive. That is exactly why Absorbine is delighted to sponsor this award. Many grooms within the trade belief and use our grooming and horse care merchandise, making it all of the extra thrilling to present again and acknowledge their well-deserved recognition for his or her dedication to the game.”
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