The Event Rider Masters (ERM) is a series of 3* events which began in 2016. It's relatively new and pretty exciting for the sport of eventing therefore I thought I would put together a quick simple guide about the series. Last week the ERM announced the location of each leg of the series. It is … Continue reading Event Rider Masters // What is it ?
British Eventing Fixtures 2018 Last week British Eventing officially released the fixtures for 2018. I have seen many people start to plan their entries for the upcoming year. I wish I was joining them in doing so!! Hopefully in the next few years this will become a reality for me but until then I will … Continue reading British Eventing Dates
On the week approaching the competition I noticed something was a little off in Evas canter. It wasn't that she was hopping lame and it wasn't even noticeable in the trot but almost like she had pulled something and was fine in trot but the canter was difficult. So I gave her a few days … Continue reading October Dressage
At the start of October I am planning on entering a dressage competition the classes I will be entering will be the unaffiliated prelim classes. This means I have two tests to learn. One test on the 20x40m arena and another on the 20x60m arena, its been a while since I have done two tests … Continue reading Learning Dressage Tests
I recently read a post by another blogger about voluntary work at a BE event where they were fence judging - read it here - which got me thinking that this month, while I can't enter anything, I should think about doing something similar. As fate would have it a few days later someome posted … Continue reading Dressage Scoring – Volunteering
Recently I having been wondering about whether I should sign up to BD (British Dressage) or BSJ ( British Showjumping) or compete as an unaffiliated rider until I can get transport to get out to different locations. Which ever option I go for I need to do a bit of research to find out which … Continue reading Dressage, Showjumping or Eventing? 🤔