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Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

03/09/21
Emma Booth and Zidane. © Jon Stroud Media
EQ Life September magazine: Para Equestrian fab four win hearts at Tokyo
Reflect on four special moments from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games...
01/09/21
Baji Koen Equestrian Park. © FEI/Christophe Taniere
Inclusion & accessibility legacy of Tokyo 2020 Equestrian Park
There are big plans for the top-notch equestrian facility used for the Tokyo 2020 Games...
31/08/21
Amelia White and Genius during the arena familiarisation at Tokyo 2020. © Jon Stroud Media
Emma Booth and Amelia White finish Tokyo 2020 in style with stunning Freestyle tests
The two Paralympians collected strong scores at Tokyo 2020...
31/08/21
30/08/21
Emma Booth and Zidane during arena familiarisation. © Jon Stroud Media
Tune in to EQ Life’s last livestream chat show for Tokyo 2020
Australia's Emma Booth and Amelia White will ride for the final time at Tokyo 2020 today...
30/08/21
Natasha Baker with Keystone Dawn Chorus for Great Britain. © FEI/Liz Gregg
Great Britain defy the odds to take spectacular Paralympic Team title
In a thrilling night of Para Dressage, Great Britain claimed the Tokyo 2020 Team gold medal...
29/08/21
Sharon Jarvis and Romanos. © Jon Stroud Media
Sharon Jarvis & Amelia White complete Team Tests in Tokyo
The final two Australian team riders have completed their Team Tests at the Tokyo Paralympics this evening...
28/08/21
Emma Booth and Zidane - Not for Reuse.
Emma Booth & Zidane complete their Team Test in Tokyo
The combination have completed their Team Test at the Tokyo Paralympics, scoring 68% in the Grade III...
28/08/21
Individual Grade I medal ceremony at Tokyo. FEI/Liz Gregg
Two new Paralympic Equestrian champions crowned in Tokyo
Roxanne Trunnell claimed gold in the Grade I, while Tobias Thorning Jorgensen claimed gold in the Grade III...
28/08/21
Paralympic medalist Laurentia Tan (SGP) will be taking part in her fourth Paralympic Games in Tokyo 2020. © FEI/Liz Gregg
How do you communicate with a Para Dressage horse?
The unique bond between a horse and human, as well as the refined communication between the two, are important factors for success in elite equestrian sports. But what does this mean exactly for Para Dressage athletes?

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