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August 29, 2017

Equidays Attracts the Best in the World

A father-and-son cowboy duo from the US, an Olympic equestrian coach and New Zealand’s horse-taming Wilson Sisters are just some of the attractions at this year’s premier equine event, Equidays this October.   Ammie Hardie, Equidays’ senior event manager, says preparations for the “biggest Equidays yet” are tracking smoothly, including plans to take a “slice” Read more…

July 23, 2017

Equidays brings education to the South Island

  Equidays will be hitting the road to bring some of the best bits to Canterbury Agricultural Park 21 – 22 October 2017.   Equidays South Island Edition will take place the week following Equidays, complete with clinics, night shows and a number of elite equine shopping opportunities. This is the first time organisers have Read more…

March 31, 2017

Equidays to host FEI World Equestrian Games qualifying event

  Equidays is excited to announce the Wade Equine Coaches Festival of Dressage, where New Zealand’s top dressage riders will have the chance to qualify for the FEI World Equestrian Games.   Now in its seventh year, Equidays hosts international clinicians, demonstrations and seminars across all equine disciplines, as well as over 200 exhibitor sites Read more…

November 7, 2016

Volunteers provided the horse-power to Equidays 2016

An army of more than 100 volunteers worked at Equidays last month, providing essential support to New Zealand’s premier equine event.   “Even if you’re not a horsey person, you get into it,” said volunteer team leader, Stacey Tancred, who has volunteered at Equidays for the past three years.   Tancred is a property manager Read more…

October 17, 2016

Equidays 2016 wraps up its three days of competitions

  The last day of the three-day Equidays show saw the prizes being awarded for two very popular classes where horses and riders had to participate in competition for the last three days.   In the Kaimanawa Heritage Horses Stallion Challenge, trainers had 150 days to tame, geld and train their newly mustered and randomly Read more…

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