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Happy Christmas Holidays and Do Read Our Equine Annual Review

We have just published our European Equine Annual Review which can be found at: www.horseview-annualreview.com Do go and have a look by following the link.  In the meantime, we wish you a Very Happy Christmas Holiday and Prosperous 2023. This year has been a quite remarkable and vintage year in so many ways for our

The European Equine Review 2022 Is Published

It has arrived – The European Equine Review 2022. We are delighted to be able to have published this unique and the best equestrian review you will find anywhere on the internet – or anywhere else for that matter. www.horseview-annualreview.com Without doubt 2022 has proved to be a vintage year for most equine activities. There

Perhaps We All Should Go Alcohol Free With a Price Like That!

This year for the first time, Tattersalls introduced a ‘select’ part within their mares and fillies catalogue, and for a first sale, they did attract some notable horses. They named the sale after the only filly to win four classics – Sceptre. She won the One thousand Guineas, then the Two Thousand Guineas before winning

Miami Celtic Win The Longines Champion’s League in Prague

While the world looked on at Qatar for the start of the football World Cup over the weekend; the main equine international competition this week was staged at the O2 Arena in Prague for the final of the Longines Champions League for showjumping. The qualifying rounds of the Equine World Cup took a break before

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The whole world was saddened and many devastated as the news last evening at 6.30 that Her Majesty The Queen had died at Balmoral Castle. Her late Majesty’s legacy is long and profound. The world owes a huge debt of gratitude to a life that has enriched millions across the United Kingdom, Commonwealth and the

Record Crowds at The Suffolk Show

Now we all appear to have learned to live with Covid, life in the countryside and the all the major (and minor) shows are back in 2022 with a bang, and that’s great. The Suffolk Show was no exception and this was our first visit to the historic show in East Anglia near Ipswich. A

Another Grand National Fairy Tale, This Time with Sam Waley-Cohen

Over the years, since its first running, The Grand National at Aintree, since its first running in 1839, has thrown up some remarkable stories. This year was another, where an amazing fairy tale story unfolded. Although it is now nearly a week since the great race, the subject is still close to many hearts. The

Horrors in Ukraine as EEF and FEI Act

Ukraine, horse racing in Australia and top showjumping in the USA is in the news this week. However, over recent weeks, we have all seen the horrific pictures of the war in Ukraine as the EEF and FEI are act as fast as possible. The Ukrainian equestrian community and Ukrainian horses have been equally terribly

Dettori In Fine Form at Meydan for World Cup

The racing festival at Meydan in the UAE had its final weekend with the World Cup as the flat racing season begins in Europe at Doncaster and the Curragh. In dressage and showjumping, there were no 5 star classes, but the Spanish Sunshine tour at Jerez de la Frontera staged the final weekend on the

As Cheltenham Returns – Mullins Provides Major Masterclass

The Cheltenham meeting returned this year with all the verve and crowds which usually accompany this racing festival which after the last two years was wonderful to see. Willie Mullins provides a trainers masterclass. As the curtain went up on the meeting with the first race, I would imagine the traditional roar of the crowd,
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