Owning a horse means a life companion and for most riders they can’t be compared with pets. They require attentive care and share connections with humans as they both challenge themselves to improve constantly to win competitions.
In this brand new five-part series new RIDE we take you on a journey to explore the equestrian world and the connection between humans and our equine counterparts.
Hear the stories of those who have found solace and companionship in horses and discover the secrets inside the equestrian world. FEI Ride Show demonstrates that equestrian lifestyle is as wide and varied as imaginable.
Watch it now on Horse TV.
Welcome to RIDE, a brand-new series from FEI Originals that takes a deeper look into the equestrian world. On this week's episode, we hear from Australian Eventer, Megan Jones, on how her family and her dealt with the bushfire crisis. We also go behind the scenes on the set of the children's horse drama "Mystic" but first of all, we being in Florida to find out more about a very particular equine therapy programme.
In this episode we find out why Danish Show Jumper Tina Lund decided to move to the UAE. Also, we dive deeper into Florida's blossoming equestrian fitness scene. Daniel Bachmann Andersen will give us an update on his latest career move but before then, we will hear from Indian Eventer Fouaad Mirza about his passion for horses and sport.
In this week's episode we go to Germany. Here, we will meet the award winning equine photographer Carina Maiwald. Later, the Scottish war veteran, Harry Marshall tells us his story and how horses helped him with PTSD. But before all this, we begin our journey in the heart of London at the Ebony Horse Club to find out more about horse riding and its benefits to children.
The Mexican Show Jumper Eugenio Garza Perez takes us on a stable tour at El Milagro. Then, paralympic Dressage Gold Medallist Natasha Baker takes to the slopes, and we find out how the Swedish Eventing Team have been working through the coronavirus pandemic. Lastly, we hear from British Eventer Laura Collett after her first five star win at Pau.
In this last episode of the season, we hear from Dressage Rider, Sonnar Murray-Brown about his rise in the sport to the top level. Then, we go to Australia to find out about the Equine Pathways program. Show Jumper William Funnell will tell us about The Billy Stud and we will see the incredible work done behind the World Horse Wellfare.