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Localequestrian centreRein&Shine is generouslyoffering a ‘FreeTrial’ to schools with SEN (Special Educational Needs)

children in order to demonstratethe benefits thatAnimal Assisted Therapycan haveonachild’soverall qualityoflife.

This brand new horse riding and care facility, based just outside Swindon in the beautifulWiltshirecountryside,is owned and run by husband and wife duo,JoÚ and Johanna McDonald. They have alreadyteamed up with anumber of local SEN schools and have seen, first-hand,the hugely positiveeffects thattheir horses’are having on the lives of children with anumber of physical and mental disabilities.They’resodelighted with the life-changing results they have made the easy decision to further open this servicetomore

schools with children suffering from anyofthe hundreds of disabilities thatwesee in societytoday. Theoffer is open to all schools

with SEN children thathaven’t ridden or attended the facility before. Anyinterested schools please get in touch with Rein& Shine Director JohannaMcDonald to book your free slot: 01666 860068 |johannamcdonald@ If youfeel your child will benefit

fromthis unique opportunity, then please contactyour school.

Aunique one-off chanceto ride around the breath-taking Chatsworth Estate has been made possible thanks to TheBritish Thoroughbred Training Centre. This fantastic opportunitytakes

placeonSunday, July 10 when youwill be able to enjoya leisurely hack alongside the magnificent cross countryfences,explorethe pathways andtakeinthe stunning


ClaireGaler,MDand founder of DerriereEquestrian has created aworldwide name forher brand which offers arange of underwear including padded and non-padded briefsfor men and women, jodhpurs and they will soon offer much anticipated sports braoffering supportand comforttoladiesofall sizes. TheAnnual Derriereofthe year

competition–DOTYisthe chance forriders to become the faceofthe DerriereEquestrian brand and in May this year Mitchand Gabriella faced

strong competition and were both delightedtobecrowned winners! Gabriella, no stranger to the limelight having just the previous evening been crowned Miss Sportswoman Dorset,was nevertheless,overthe moon. Mitchhas sincebeensigned to topLondon model agencyModels Plus Ltdfromwherehehopes to launch his modelling career. If youwould likemore

information about theDOTY 2016 Competition youcan followthe blog atwww.


GreatBritain’s Olympic dressage gold medallists thrilled acapacity crowdonthe opening nightof this year’s Bolesworth CSI **** International as they showcased their unique brand of magic. Reigning Olympic,World and

European champion Charlotte Dujardin wasjoined by her London 2012 team-matesCarl Hester and LauraTomlinson as the stars shone in the glorious grounds of Bolesworth Castle. Dujardin, riding young prospect

Hawtins Delicato,posted ascore of 72.792% to finishsecond in the Inter Freestyle behind Charlie Hutton, whose established partner Super Blue triumphed on 75.417%, with Tomlinson and Dolceverdy Othird (71.500%) and Matt Frost aboard AMDDon Havidoff fourth (66.125%). Andtherewas areal treatfor

the audiencewhen Hester and his prospectiveRio Olympics ride Nip


Tuck performed to the music being prepared forBrazil,asthey claimed an emphatic Grand Prix Freestyle victory with ascore of 81.917%. Therewas also astrong

performancefromHayleyWatson- Greaves, who finished second on Rubin Nite,while thirdplacewentto Emile Faurie and BohemoTintoand RichardDavison retired DonBettino. Hester said: “Bolesworth is atrue

international show. Ireally love it. Thevenue is stunning,the footing is stunning,and Ireally hope they can develop the dressage here. It wasanamazing crowd tonight.” AndHutton wasthrilled with Super

Blue,adding:“He has been an amazing horse.Hetries so hard, and whata greatatmospherehereatBolesworth. “Todayisthe last time Iwill

be competing him at Small Tour level.Iamhoping tomove up to Middle Tour and Grand Prix, so it wasareally special occasion.”

Thewinners Carl Hester and Charlie Hutton JULY2016For the latest news

sceneryofthe Chatsworth Estate whilst raising money forcharity. Thanks to the supportofthe

Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, all the money raised on the Chatsworth ride will go to the BTRC’s ‘Ride forRetraining’campaign. To find outmoreand download

aregistration form visit or telephone (01524) 812649.


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