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  • About Kate

    Kate Taylor-Wheat Kate Taylor-Wheat

    Residence Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Continue reading

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  • Jade Findlay - Eventing

    Jade Findlay learnt how to ride as a young child on a relative's property. She learnt how to muster cattle, how to stay on riding up and down hills but never had any proper lessons. By the time Jade reached her gap year, she had been bitten by the riding bug so she headed off to the Yorkshire Riding Academy in the UK under the tutillage of Christopher and Jane Bartle, both Olympic Dressage Riders.

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  • Emma Mason - Eventing

    Emma is based at Skyline Park in Somersby NSW, where the facilities include a flood-lit dressage arena, jumping arena, cross country paddock, stables and post/rail paddocks with shelters. Emma is an NCAS Level 1 Instructor, and is available for lessons and clinics for riders of all ages and experience.

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Brighton news

  • Australia's No.1 magazine for young horse lovers is now available from Brighton Saddlery


    HorseWyse is 100% Australian owned, produced and printed!
    HW has been Australia's No. 1 Magazine for 'tween and teen' YOUNG HORSE LOVERS, YOUNG RIDERS and HORSE CRAZY readers aged 6 to 16 years, since 2001. HW offers horse lovers pages of fun stuff, training tips, feature articles, riding tips, colour posters & competitions! Continue reading

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  • What is International Helmet Awareness Day?

    In 2010, Riders4Helmets hosted the first national event designed to educate equestrians on the benefits of wearing a properly fitting, secured and certified helmet. The event brought over 300 U.S.-based retailers and eight helmet manufacturers together, to help educate their customers on topics such as correct helmet fit and why wearing a helmet is important. For more info, please check out the Riders4helmets' website (http://www.riders4helmets.com/) Continue reading

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    In the southern hemisphere, the “Horses’ Birthday” is celebrated by nearly all breeds on the first day of August. The reason for the selection of the first day of August in the southern hemisphere, as opposed to say the first day of January, May or November is that historically, the weather at the commencement of September is just beginning to warm up, prompting mares to commence their oestrus cycle, or ‘come into season’.  Continue reading

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