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Getting your horse fit for next season

It's December, but before we know it the start of the new season will be here. One of the most important factors, and one that cannot be left late in our pre-season training, is ensuring that our horses are fit enough. With the help of BE Accredited Coaches Mark Corbett and Tim Cheffings, we take a look at times your horse’s fitness will come into special focus.

3 days ago

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Six ways to exercise your horse without getting in the saddle

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.

6 days ago

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Make the most of winter

Some of our BE Accredited Coaches share their top training tips to help you make the most of the break in the competition season.

about 1 month ago

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Fulfil your eventing potential

How can you improve your performance in eventing? We speak to two top trainers about small changes that bring big results.

3 months ago

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Jumping exercises with Piggy French

Train like Blenheim Palace CCI4*-L champion, Piggy French, with this simple exercise at home

3 months ago

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What surface should you train on for eventing?

What surface you train on is key to event horses’ fitness and schooling plans. We explore the research behind the surface you train on and how to reduce the risk of injury.

3 months ago

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