A Special Kind Of World Show: Equestrians for Equality

During the Corona pandemic, certain kinds of trends emerged: baking banana bread, doing Zoom parties and – when it comes to horses – competing in virtual horse shows. One advantage of those shows: They were open to anyone. And our sport should be in general – that is what Nadia Aslam thinks. She is not only a writer for the FEI and Show Horse Today, but has also founded a special project called Equestrians for Equality. She has told The Showlife all about it and the World Show they are planning.

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How to: Do Extended Trot in Ranch Riding

Ranch Riding is one of the events that has become wildly popular within the past few years: Whether it is the fast turns, the elements that contain poles or the diversity of it all, people seem to love it. One element that is characteristic for Ranch Riding is the extended trot – most people do have a certain picture in mind while reading this. We have talked to two successful equestrians who explained what this element is all about.

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The TSL Internship Platform

Progress is key, learning is a process of life – that is true for anything, especially when it comes to riding and horse. Many people in our industry have benefitted from internships at the facilities of well-known trainers. But how does one find the perfect internship – or how does a trainer find a qualified intern? We are here to help! We want to create a platform where people can search for internships and interns.

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The TSL-Leasing Platform

A week ago, a reader approached us and asked whether we could create a platform where people searching for a leasing horse or offering one could get in contact. Since our readers liked the idea, we decided to create such a platform.

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The Talk: Schooling

It’s a thing most riders would like to avoid, but is still part of showing horses: schooling. We have talked to Sylvia Eigler and Cédric Leroux about this topic. They are both trainers and judges and are therefore able to talk about schooling from different perspectives.

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10 Things to Fight off the Horse Show Blues

We all know the feeling: You come home from a show, you are tired, but maybe still full of adrenaline and suddenly you realize – the show is over. The so-called horse show blues or ACD – after competition depression as one of our readers called it – is especially terrible, if the show was lots of fun and you shared great moments with your two-legged and four-legged friends. But, don’t worry, as for most problems, there is a solution – or better say ten: We present ten ways of getting rid of the horse show blues.

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