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Equestrian Life Issue 42 May/June is out now!

 

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008 DRESSAGE SELECTION SHOWDOWN

By the time this column goes to print, the Preliminary Selection Period (1 July 2017-30 April 2018) will have finished. Right this moment there are no more qualifying shows in Australia where a score of 69% will be recognised by the Australian selectors. Find out what Heath has to say about WEG dressage selection in this edition of Ryan's Rave!

  

012 ALEXIS & ELLIOT, KINDRED SPIRITS

Alexis Hellyer and Elliot Patterson are not simply an awesome and well-matched couple soon to be married, but a pair who make the most of every opportunity in a professional and competitively savvy way.They are this issue's Power Couple!

 

022 DRESSAGE QUEEN REIGNS SUPREME

“Life is like a box of chocolates, Forrest Gump so famously said, and I think this perfectly sums up the Dressage World Cup Final in Paris,” says Lyndal Oatley.

 

022 BLUE SKIES OVER BLUEFIELDS

Nestled amongst the hills of the Southern Highlands, Bluefields Chevaux Parc is a boutique stud that focuses on breeding quality dressage horses. With roots in Switzerland and fond memories of Western Australia, the Bluefields is now making its mark on Australian dressage.
 

 

029 STUDENTS RULE AT INTERSCHOOLS

The Victorian Interschool Equestrian State Championships continue to rise in popularity amongst Victoria’s equestrian students – this year hosting more than 500 students from 172 schools from across Victoria.

 


 

040 ROSE RISES TO THE OCCASION

On and off the arena, Shane Rose had his hands full at Camden Equestriad, heading the organising committee and riding five horses in the top classes. To top it off, Shane also took first and second in the TRM CIC3* with Virgil and Swiper. Heath Ryan discusses the event and shares his thoughts on eventing selection for WEG.