January 17 is also known as 'Ditch New Year's Resolution Day', if your resolutions are based on your eventing aims and ambitions this season we have a few tips on how you can avoid celebrating this holiday and stay on track to achieve your 2024 goals.
If you don’t have your own horse, there are many other ways to get involved in eventing, from grassroots to elite competition. Though the season is over for 2023, why not have a think about some of the below ideas for 2024?
Throughout the season we can spend many hours in the saddle; perfecting our dressage test, schooling over show jumps, putting in the speed work and competing. The off season gives us the ideal opportunity to get back to the basics and look at the benefits of working horses without even needing a saddle.
What are some of the most common areas that riders are losing marks, and what can be done about it? Two experts share their advice on how to improve your dressage score.
You can keep up the excitement of eventing throughout the winter with the winter series. This fun competition comprises of two opportunities – Arena Eventing, which combines show jumping and cross country fences on a surface, and Harry Hall One Club ACE – Anyone Can Event, an Arena style eventing competition designed to appeal to riders of all ages and experience. Both these competition formats are open to members and non-members of BE.