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008 THE ADELAIDE 3DE WASH-UP

As Heath Ryan explains, The 2017 Mitsubishi Motors Australian Interational 3-Day Event did not go anywhere near to following the script he outlined in his last column, but it was full of excitement and some controversy.

  

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016 SALUTE TO GILL ROLTON

Dual Olympic Gold Medallist and Adelaide International 3DE Event Director Gill Rolton lost her battle with cancer on the same weekend the best riders in the southern hemisphere were competing at the event she put on the world map.

 

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022 THE ENIGMA OF TRISTAN TUCKER

Acclaimed Australan horseman Tristan Tucker has built a huge world following for his unique TRT Method of training - and almost as big a following for his alter ego, the hilarious Brett Kidding.

 

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028 TRAINING THE FRAME

A building's framework is not a thing of beauty, but is structually critical to the finished product. Likewide, a young horse's frame, or outline, might look ugly until contruction is complete. Roger Fitzhardinge takes us through the process.

 

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035 LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER

In the French family, dressage is the native tongue. Nancy French once rode at the highest level of our sport and has retured after a long hiatus, sharing the arena with her rising star daughter, Jazi.

 

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041 SCHOOL OF BLYTH

Whenever the topic of legendary event riders arises, Blyth Tait's name always comes up. The New Zealander is on the path to WEG 2018..and Geelong's Marcus Oldham College is just one of the many stops along the way!

 

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047 THE MENTAL CONNECTION

The art of communication is delivered to the horse through the release of pressure. Understanding this is the key to creating a willing partner, and the principle behind making your idea your horse's idea.

 

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052 A PASSION FOR COMPASSION

The plight of Australia's Snowy Mountain brumbies evokes passionate resonses from all sides. The Wilson sisters have first-hand experience with the iconic animals and are determind to promote their versatility as riding horses.

 

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056 CLASSICAL VS MODERN DRESSAGE

Classical and modern dressage are worlds apart to many riders. However, as Kerry Mack explains, to dismiss one in favour of the other is to musunderstand the evolution of dressage and blind you to the benefits of both worlds.

 

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062 ANDREW & STEFANIE HOY

When the European eventing season breaks over winter, Power Couple Andrew and Stefanie Hoy return to the Australian sunshine to catch up with family and friends. This year, baby daughter Philippa joined the travel posse!

 

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066 ALGEBRA, THE PARTY ANIMAL

Coinciding with Andrew Hoy's summer visit was the return of his four-star eventer Algebra to home soil. The sprightly 20-year-old has hung up his horseshoes and was given a retirement party with 200-odd guests.

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