Author: Equidays

Young Palmerston North rider crowned Equidays Top Talent winner

Megan Perrott of Palmerston North and her pony Marlie impressed the judges with their performance ‘You are my diamond’ to take out the title of Equidays Top Talent 2019. Megan was one of five Top Talent finalists who received one-on-one training with well-known equine entertainer Dan Steers between August and the competition final held during […]

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Riders confirmed for Jump for Cancer event at Equidays

16 well-known equestrians from a variety of disciplines have been confirmed for the Jump for Cancer slalom brought to you by CryNZ which will feature in the Friday Showjumping Spectacular Nightshow at Equidays. In the mix we have jockeys, polo players, showjumpers, Olympians, a farrier, trainers and other well-known people from the equine industry. Check […]

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Indoor Polo to feature at Equidays

Those attending the Equitainment Extravaganza Nightshow at Equidays will get to see some of New Zealand’s best polo players competing in an indoor polo match. This will be the first time that polo has been played inside with the condensed format sure to provide a thrilling spectacle to watch. Equidays Event Manager Ammie Hardie speaks […]

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Reporoa local to perform at Equidays Top Talent

Abbey Hewlett from Reporoa has been chosen as a finalist in the Equidays Top Talent competition for 2019 and will perform with her miniature horse Sweetpea during the Saturday Nightshow of Equidays on 19th October. After watching a couple of her friends enter Equidays Top Talent in previous years, 14-year-old Abbey thought it looked really […]

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Palmerston North local a finalist in Equidays Top Talent

Megan Perrott Palmerston North has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 Equidays Top Talent competition with her performance featuring in the Saturday Nightshow of Equidays in October. After applying for the competition, Megan was selected as one of five finalists who will be mentored by equitainment extraodinaire Dan Steers to help them be […]

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Christchurch rider to represent South Island at Equidays Top Talent

Jade Lucas of Charing Cross, Christchurch has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 Equidays Top Talent competition with her mesmerising stallion Storm. After an initial application process, Jade was chosen as one of five Equidays Top Talent finalists who went on to receive a personal training session with Australian equitainment extraordinaire Dan Steers. […]

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Hawera equestrian a finalist in Equidays Top Talent

Sherleena Budd of Hawera and her bay mare Bijou have been chosen as a finalist in the 2019 Equidays Top Talent competition. After sending in her application, Sherleena was selected as one of the six semi-finalists who received one-on-one training with equitainment expert Dan Steers. Five finalists, including Sherleena, were chosen and they will perform […]

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Te Puke equestrian a finalist in Equidays Top Talent

Hayley-Grace Davis from Te Puke has been selected as a finalist for the 2019 Equidays Top Talent Competition and will perform in the Equitainment Extravaganza Nightshow during Equidays in October. Hayley-Grace runs Wake Field Equestrian in Te Puke where she breeds and trains both her own and outside horses and teaches regular lessons. She has […]

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VIP Lunch Experience

If a day pass just isn’t enough, Equidays presents you the chance to purchase a VIP lunch experience. This package includes you and friends enjoying a delicious long lunch while soaking up the Equidays atmosphere along side feature competitions and educational clinics. In addition to this you will also receive:• A one-day-pass to Equidays• Seat […]

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Jump for Cancer comes to Equidays

Jump for Cancer will feature in this year’s Equidays Showjumping Spectacular Nightshow as a speed class brought to you by CryNZ, raising funds and awareness for breast cancer while entertaining the crowd. Equidays event manager Ammie Hardie speaks of this exciting addition to the event, “We are rapt to be able to support such a […]

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