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Profiles of our riders.

Tamara Hasselberg and Dream of Dancier

Introducing Tamara Hasselberg, an exciting up-and-coming rider from Botswana riding for Rita Brink under the coaching of Natalie Hobday.  

Stephen Clarke, FEI 5* Dressage judge and Dressage Judge General of the FEI is in Johannesburg this weekend conducting a clinic at the Equidome, Papenfus Road Beaulieu, where one can watch him coaching some of our top riders. For further information, contact Judy Vertue on 083 601 2104.
David's Anglo-Arab Fingo

I had very fortunate opportunities to spend some time with David Stubbs thanks to Di Pieterse of the Equestrian Qualifications Authority of South Africa and Frances Cheboub of the SA Warmblood Horse Society.  At almost 90 years young, David is a true gentleman and his passion for equestrianism is very

Bev Franklin knew she was destined to be a horse rider from the tender age of 4 where she and her best friend used to “ride” her mom’s two settees, or any other object that could be transformed into a pony. This is her story over the years that followed.
A young Ernst in full flight

Born and brought up in the then South West Africa, I went to school during World War II and for a few years thereafter. Horse sport, which in those days was in German-speaking hands, only restarted around 1950. While still light enough, I work rode for a local racehorse trainer

e-QuestrianFocus is proud to have The South African Warmblood Horse Society on board as a contributor towards bringing you valuable information! Here is a short profiling of their history and what they stand for.

In anticipation of the Blenheim in October 2015, which is the upcoming qualification show for the SA Eventing team’s slot at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Hayley Parker tells us of her campaign on her SA-bred warmblood Pohlands Cuppuchino.

e-QuestrianFocus supports the excellent work done by the Highveld Horse Care Unit across South Africa.  We profile who they are and what they are all about.