As Ireland's most successful dressage rider and holder of the Irish international records for Grand Prix, Grand Prix Special and the Freestyle to music, Judy Reynolds has brought Ireland to the world stage of international dressage. With our 'Girl Power' buzz still going strong, we couldn't resist getting in touch to ask Judy a few questions about herself and her phenomenal success. Of course we had to grab some quick tips and fun facts while we were at it too
It has been a while, but we are back with another Equestrian to Grill! This time we were delighted to welcome Holly Lenehan who some may call the Irish Queen of Equestrian Social Media. We gave poor Holly some tough questions which we think has made for one of our most interesting Grill's yet.
We are delighted to welcome back our "Grill The Equestrian Series" for 2019! What better way to open the series other than with the lady of the moment Sarah Ennis. Her name is popping up everywhere & we could not resist getting our hands on her for a good Grilling!! She is really setting the… Continue reading Grill The Equestrian – Sarah Ennis, International Irish Eventer
In this third installment of our Grill the Equestrian series, we're delighted to introduce Ruth Boland, Veterinary physiotherapist. We both have the pleasure of calling Ruth our go-to physio for our horses. She is a lady in high demand which speaks volumes to her talent. She has helped us immensely with keeping both Coco and Dante in tip top shape, so we just couldn't resist grilling her for more information on the work she does.
Up next for our “Grill The Equestrian” Series is International Spanish Rider Gonzalo Busca Roca. We had the pleasure of meeting Gonzalo at Hickstead back in June. It is safe to say that we definitely made a lasting impression, especially considering this interview took place in the bar after a donkey derby! Have a read… Continue reading Grill the Equestrian – Gonzalo Busca Roca
Welcome to the first of our 'Grill the Equestrian' Series!
To kick it off we decided to start with a local up and coming Irish showjumper, Eva O'Shaughnessy, who just competed in her very first overseas international event. When you travel to an international show in another country and see someone waving the Irish Flag like a boss, how could we resist not asking a few questions?