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A Burnham Market Mix Up Despite Best Efforts to Stay on Course

Selena O’Hanlon and Woody take on the Burnham Market horse trials, but get lost on course thanks to some bad intel from an official.

By: Team O'Hanlon

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Rainy Days, Shopping and More Prep For Badminton

Selena fits in some shopping between avoiding the rain and mucking stalls. Plus, she and Woody practice dressage and jumping in preparation for Badminton.

By: Team O'Hanlon

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Weed out Weak Officials, If Endurance is to Have a Chance

Without officials to enforce the rules, how can we expect real improvements to the sport of endurance and the welfare of the horses that participate in it?

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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Eventer Prolems: Avoiding Spooks and Danger Floofs

Selena gets to ride Leonidas and keep an eye out for spooky things around the ring, and later she rides Woody in the fields, sans sheep (aka danger floofs).

By: Team O'Hanlon

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Volunteering for the Job No One Wants

Due to the rainy weather, Selena decides to exercise Woody in the hotwalker, and spend some time picking rocks off Mark Todd’s gallop track.

By: Team O'Hanlon

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Horses Are Shaking Their Sillies Out in England

Selena O’Hanlon and Woody (Foxwood High) are getting settled into their temporary digs in England, getting ready to compete at 2019 Badminton.

By: Team O'Hanlon

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Badminton Bound 2019: Let the Adventure Begin!

Canadian eventer Selena O’Hanlon chronicles her journey with Woody (Foxwood High) from Canada to England ahead of Badminton 2019, where they will compete.

By: Team O'Hanlon

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Horsemen Want to Know How Brexit Will Affect the Horse Industry

Pippa Cuckson discusses the possible implications of Brexit – the UK leaving the EU – on the horse world, but says everyone is still clueless on the matter

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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The Dressage World Faces Collective(s) Angst

Leading up to major FEI events, we are often told there will be an update from its dressage judging working group. Some of their decisions are contentious.

By: Cuckson Report // Pippa Cuckson

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Will Lowering the Fences Get More Entries?

Has the U.S. Equestrian Federation dumbed down the finals of the Platinum Performance Show Jumping Talent Search by lowering the fences?

By: Due South // Nancy Jaffer

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