Category Archives: Quizzes

Are you winter riding habits the norm? Check out last week’s poll results

  Last week, we polled riders from around the equestrian world on how they ride during the winer. Over 10,000 people responded to the poll, which is a significant sampling. As we all know, different climates and personal preferences influence how people ride during this chilly time of year. There is certainly more than one way to ride during the winter but some practices are more common than others. Check out the poll results below to see how your fellow equestrians are riding this winter… Are you part of the majority or minority?              …

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Are your winter riding habits the same as the rest of the equestrian world? Take the poll

  Do you ever wonder if you ride your horse during the winter months like the rest of the equestrian world? Depending on the weather in your area during the winter and your barn setup, you may have a different routine than others. Let’s learn how different equestrians cope with this freezing cold season… Feel free to add any tips about winter riding that you may have in the comments. We can never have enough information about horse care while coping with riding during these bitter months. Tune in next week, we will share the poll results.   Don’t forget…

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Were you a true Eventing fan in 2018? Take the QUIZ.

  The 2018 Eventing season has come to an end in most parts of the world. As a rider or fan, you can easily follow along with the major Eventing news and results, thanks to modern technology. But just because you have the resources to be a true fan doesn’t mean you were one. Take the quiz below to test your fan skills. If you failed to follow along this year, make it a goal for next year to follow more live streams and keep up with all the happenings in the Eventing world to help grow the sport.  …

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Find out how equestrians answered these insanely challenging “Would you rather” questions

  Last week, riders from around the equestrian world played a game of “Would you rather“. The questions we asked made riders choose between some extremely tough choices. Everyone has different opinions on what is important to them. Most of the questions had some very evenly divided answers and only a few had an overwhelming top answer. Check out the results below to find out what equestrians really would rather do/have… Are you part of the majority or minority?                        

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Take the quiz – 11 insanely challenging ‘Would you rather’ questions for equestrians

  Equestrians spend a great deal of their time thinking about horses. Sometimes we think about dream scenarios like winning the Olympics and other times our mind takes a dark turn and we start thinking about nightmarish what-if scenarios. But no matter what you think about horses no fewer than 102 times a day. So why not take a break and think about horses a bit more and test your decision-making skills by answering these insanely tough ‘would you rather’ questions. Tune in next week for the results and check out how your choices stack up against your peers. At the…

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Do you clip your horse like the rest of the equestrian world? Check out last week’s poll results

  Last week, we polled riders from around the equestrian world on how they clip their horses. Over 2,000 people responded to the poll, which is a significant sampling. As we all know, different climates and personal preferences influence how people clip their horses. There is certainly more than one way to clip but some practices are more common than others. Check out the poll results below to see how the horsey clips… Are you part of the majority or minority?                      

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Do you clip your horse like the rest of the equestrian world? Take the poll – from Goresbridge Go For Gold

  The Goresbridge Go For Gold Sale of pre-selected event horses has been the success story of recent years. Now heading into its ninth renewal, the sale has truly achieved its aim of bringing together Ireland’s best young event horses to one venue for one sale. Goresbridge Go For Sold Sale (November 12-13th) : [Website] [Catalogue] [Performance footage]   Do you ever wonder if you clip your horse like the rest of the equestrian world? There’s certainly more than one way to clip a horse. Although one rider may think his/her method is the ‘right’ way, there’s always another rider…

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Tell us what you think about the 2018 WEG drama and win a cool prize – Take the poll

  Another World Equestrian Games has successfully taken place, this year it was held in Tryon, NC. Ros Canter (GBR) and Allstar B finished on their 24.6 dressage score to bring home individual gold and led the British team to a team gold finish. Padraig McCarthy (IRL) and Mr. Chunky won individual silver and helped the Irish secure team silver. Meanwhile, Ingrid Klimke (GER) and SAP Hale Bob OLD brought home the individual bronze and the French team claimed the team bronze. As usual, the WEG was an action-packed event with many riders experiencing major highs and even more having…

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What did the Eventing world think of the 2018 Burghley drama? Check out last week’s poll results

  Last week, we polled eventers from around the world on their opinions regarding the 2018 Land Rover Burghley CCI4* and all the drama/action that went with it. Over 2,400 people responded to the poll giving us a great idea of what eventers REALLY thought about Burghley. Check out the poll results below to see how people’s opinions on Burghley differ… Are you part of the majority or minority?                      

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Tell us what you think about the 2018 Burghley drama and win a cool prize – Take the poll

  Another Land Rover Burghley CCI4* event is history. Tim Price (NZL) and Ringwood Sky Boy were this year’s big winners. It was Tim’s first ever Burghley win and given what a talented rider he is, it probably won’t be his last. As usual, Burghley was an action-packed event with many riders experiencing major highs and even more having some serious lows. After a big CCI4* event like this one, nearly every Eventing fan cannot quit talking about it for days. Everyone has an opinion voice yours and weigh in on the Burghley action and results. Results will be published…

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