Friday, 25 September 2020
The Arabian Magazine

The Girl with the Jumping Arabs – Far from Home

During the busiest month of the competition season for Avonbrook Stud, Katherine makes time for a quick trip to New York City in order to appease her other passion, musical theatre. August was the final...

Arabians – suitable as a first horse?

All too often I think Arabian horses get a bad name as flighty, wild sometimes, dangerous. However I have always found that to be further from the truth. My grandad stood a purebred stallion...

Bryony Frost switches saddles to star at Arabian racing’s flagship event

Champion conditional jockey Bryony Frost is switching disciplines to ride at the Dubai International Arabian Races (DIAR) at Newbury Racecourse on Sunday 28 July. Staged under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al...

The Girl who Jumps Arabs: Enter Polo

November could be considered one of the most difficult months of the year. Sandwiched between Halloween and Christmas, this last month seemed to drag on for an eternity to this university student, and not...

The Girl with the Jumping Arabs – The Key to Juggling

Katherine, The Girl with the Jumping Arabs, is used to juggling her ‘double life’ as a university student and young rider at Avonbrook Stud. When second year exams are added into the mix, the...

The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine: Celebrating the Champions – Shaarinah

First published in The Arabian Breeders’ Magazine Volume I Issue II December 2016. Celebrating the Champions – Shaarinah Few ridden horses can claim a record as consistent as Shaarinah. Partnered by David Froggat, the striking chestnut...
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