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I ride horses and compete in Dressage, Showjumping and Eventing or Horse Trials. I also own and run an Equestrian property to the East of Melbourne, Australia. In my spare time I run a couple of websites including http://www.horseoz.com and http://www.carinyapark.com. To afford all this I work a full time job, so the definition of spare time is usually after dark. Sleep is over rated ;-) In my Blogs I try to tell what I am doing with the horses, give some updates with regards to the equestrian events I am attending and any relevant news about horse health and performance. I also give reviews on any new products I get my hands on related to my horsey activities If yuo want to buy or sell horses or anything equestrian related try http://www.horseoz.com/forsale

That’s How Bits Work – Gag, Snaffles, And Their Actions!

We all know how bits work and we think that we know all about it, that it is not difficult to get to know how each bit mechanically operates. It is not always the case and the right thing to do to use a strong bit because certain horses react differently to different bits. Using ‘les’ bit can som

Source: That’s How Bits Work – Gag, Snaffles, And Their Actions!

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The New Olympic Format, Part 1: Changes Incoming for Tokyo 2020 – Eventing Nation – Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary

That’s a wrap for the 2018 World Equestrian Games! Eventing’s next worldwide championship is the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, where we’ll see some major format changes at play on the international stage. What lies

Source: The New Olympic Format, Part 1: Changes Incoming for Tokyo 2020 – Eventing Nation – Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary

Australian International 3 Day Event 2018

With less than 2 months to go until the action kicks off for the 2018 MMAus3de from 15th – 18th November 2018, things are in full swing in the Horse Trials HQ!

The pinnacle of the MMAus3DE is the four star competition, but the event also caters for lower qualified competitors with a two star and three star competition. The MMAus3DE also features World Cup Jumping, Masterclasses, twilight equestrian entertainment, VIP Hospitality, and a comprehensive Market Place, which features more than 70 exhibitors from within the equestrian industry, as well as food vendors.

Situated a stone’s throw from the Adelaide CBD, the Mitsubishi Motors Australian International 3 Day Event provides an amazing weekend of entertainment with a great atmosphere, that continues to draw people from all over the State, Australia and the world to attend.

This year, the event is excited to welcome Stuart Tinney as the Event Ambassador. Stuart is one of the most accomplished event riders in Australia, with an Olympic gold medal from Sydney 2000, representative honors at the 2004 Athens Olympics and since 1988 at consecutive World Equestrian Games, winning team Bronze at the Rio De Janeiro Olympic Games, and most recently being Chef d’Equipe of the Australian Eventing Team for the Tryon World Equestrian Games.

Stuart will be conducting public cross country course walks during the event, as well as a cross country master class on Saturday. Don’t miss out on learning from this eventing legend!

Admission to the public is free on Thursday’s Dressage Day and after 4pm Friday for the Twilight Jumping with the Stars Program. With a range of ticketing options available, now is the time to get them before it is too late.

Was WEG Cross Country Too Tough, Too Soft or Just Right? – Eventing Nation – Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary

If you asked 10 people out watching WEG cross country on Saturday how the course rode, you’d have likely gotten 10 different answers. If you were camped out at the water watching horse after horse

Source: Was WEG Cross Country Too Tough, Too Soft or Just Right? – Eventing Nation – Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary

Mo’ Money, No Problems: Tim Price Cashes in at Burghley – Eventing Nation – Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary

As it turns out, you can put a price on success. Or two of them, actually, as long as those prices are actually Prices and those successes are actually the tangible culmination of a lifetime

Source: Mo’ Money, No Problems: Tim Price Cashes in at Burghley – Eventing Nation – Three-Day Eventing News, Results, Videos, and Commentary