Land Rover renews its title sponsorship of Burghley Horse Trials

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Land Rover has today announced an extension to its title sponsorship of Burghley Horse Trials, which will see the partnership through to the end of 2017. Land Rover’s association with the world-renowned eventing competition has been established for many years, being the official vehicle supplier since the early 90’s and becoming title sponsor in 2005. Commenting on the contract renewal, …

Hunting Photography – The Quorn at Markham House

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The Quorn Hunt’s meet at Markham House, Thorpe Satchville, by kind permission of David Samworth. Images – The Quorn Hunt at Markham House Hunting Photography – The Quorn at Markham House was last modified: January 25th, 2014 by nico

Hunting Photography – The Belvoir at Eaton Grange

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Images of the Belvoir Hunt’s meet at Eaton Grange yesterday are now online. The featured image shows our host James Henderson showing the field a clean pair of shoes/heels. http://www.nicomorgan.com/-/galleries/hunting-photography/belvoir-hunt/season-2013-14/belvoir-hunt-eaton-grange-2jan14 Hunting Photography – The Belvoir at Eaton Grange was last modified: January 3rd, 2014 by nico

Badminton Horse Trials 2013

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  Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2013 The all star entry list for the 2013 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials (2nd – 6th May) is headed by reigning Olympic, World and European Champion Michael Jung, accompanied by 3 of his 4 fellow German team gold medallists. The whole of the British silver medal team is intending to take part, as …

The "correct" moment to photograph a carriage is when the horses nearest fore leg is extended

The “rules” of equestrian photography

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Several times recently I have found myself referring to “the golden rules of equestrian photography”. Quite rightly, someone asked me what they were! These rules I was referring to are not written down anywhere, instead I have learned them through discussion with riders, owners and other photographers; photographers with many more years of experience than I. They are the result …