HEATH RYANNational equestrian personality, international dressage and eventing rider, Olympian, judge, coach and breeder, Heath is never backward in offering his unique insights into the sport and industry.
ROGER FITZHARDINGEAs a judge, coach, competitor and commentator, Roger’s passion to tell the real stories behind the horses and horse people shines through in his unique brand of equestrian photojournalism.
DR KERRY MACKGrand Prix dressage rider, coach and Mayfield Farm stud principal, Kerry draws on her learning as a qualified psychiatrist to approach training from the cerebral perspective as well as the physical.
DR MAXINE BRAINDr Maxine Brain is an equine vet dedicated to achieving optimal equine health and performance with her team at Kilmore Equine Clinic, which she founded.
TONY UYTENDAALTony is a Victorian-based qualified equestrian coach and horse trainer who has been in the industry for over 45 years, teaching and riding in Australia, Europe, UK and the USA.
EMMA BOOTHPara-dressage rider and Rio 2016 Paralympian Emma Booth does more than ride; she is in demand as a public speaker and also has a talent for letting personalities shine through the written word.
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