Bridget Berry - Flying High

Bridget Berry, universally known as Birdy, didn’t have the wildly horsey childhood one might imagine for the daughter of Warwick and Juliet Hansen, owners of the very successful New Zealand Performance Horses. However, once she caught the horsey bug, there was no holding her back. The soft-spoken yet determined newly-wed now runs her own successful show jumping stable in Australia. Birdy’s interview is in our latest issue. #NEWS

Lisa Cubitt - Building the Dream

Lisa Cubitt has ridden many of the highs and lows of show jumping, but her career highlight came recently after a last-minute call-up to ride on New Zealand’s Nations Cup team in Rome. The whole experience was a dream come true for Lisa and has stoked the fire in her belly to pursue all avenues for future success – not just for herself, but for other Kiwi riders who dream of following in her footsteps, footing it with the best in the world. Read this inspiring interview in our latest issue. 📷 EquusPix Photography #NEWS

Our August/September issue of Show Circuit Magazine is now on sale.

We are always excited to bring you a new issue of your favourite equestrian magazine. Even more so with the August / September issue as it means SPRING is just around the corner! <3 This issue is brimming with 13 interviews from our fantastic equestrian community, both here and overseas. Together with that, we have two fantastic training articles, one with our cover girl; Christine Weal and the other with the very talented show jumping trainer; Lucy Olphert. We address 'Equine Arthritis' with 10 tips on how to manage it. Nicola Smith tells us how to overcome back & hip pain in our regular rider fitness section. Don't forget this is our first of two incredible 'studs and stallions' issues

Hind Boot Rule for Jumping

For more information on the new Hind Boot rule for the upcoming 2018-2019 season. Download the link to the new rules HERE #NEWS

New Zealand take the team victory for eventing at Chio Aachen 2018!

All signs indicated that it was going to be a success across the board for team Germany, but it was not to be. The Nations Cup went the New Zealand team comprising of Tim Price - CEKATINKA, who also came third in the individual classification, Clarke Johnstone - BALMORAL SENSATION, Sir Mark Todd- KILTUBRID RHAPSODY and Blyth Tait - HAVANNA, ahead of France and Sweden. Germany who was sitting in the top position ahead of the cross-country until Julia Krajewski and Samourai du Thot had trouble at obstacle 16a of the SAP Complex, then journey was over for the combination. Samourai du Thot ran out three times! As Julia Krajewski explained later: “Then, we had bad luck on top of the misfortune.”

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