Equestrian in the Ancient Olympics: Did you know?

Today I read Xenophon’s On Horsemanship and Hipparchus and, looking at the introduction of each book, I found interesting information about the add of equestrian to the classical Olympic Games, and I would like to share it with you. Besides, as a Greek and

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Thoroughbred vs. Greek journalist

OK, we all know that the thoroughbred is one of the smartest equine breeds worldwide. OK, and the Greeks are smart enough to invent some sciences too. Also, they are both fun. But what if we put them next to

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My last Inclusive Riding Session at Scropton

Hello! So, I have entered the last semester of my course, which means it’s MA Dissertation time! Many things end with the end of the spring semester at university and one of them was the equine therapy sessions organized by

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We are in the magazines!

Hi again! While battling with my last readings and deadlines, our ladies from the University of Nottingham Equestrian were putting hard work to promote the inclusive sessions for disabled students that they have been organising his year -making the disabled

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Documentary: Power In The Blood – The Story of The Irish Thoroughbred

I watched tonight an interesting documentary on the most popular breed for racing, the Irish thoroughbred. The documentary looks into the multi-million racing industry, gives us a glimpse of how hefty the price of a racehorse can be and makes sure

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UoN RDA reach their minimum goal on Jumpstart!

On our way back from Scropton yard, we learn terrific news! The University of Nottingham RDA group have reached their minimum target amount on Jumpstart, the university’s first crowdfunding platform. This means that they will be granted all the money they have raised

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