YOUR horses, YOUR stories.
Equine Online is a FREE monthly e-magazine for New Zealand horse owners and horse enthusiasts.
A new issue of Equine Online is available during the first week of every month which is completely FREE to read!
We educate, inspire and entertain our readers and share the incredible stories New Zealanders have to share with the rest of New Zealand and the world via our website and through social media.
We cover a wide range of equestrian disciplines, national and international, so there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Equine Online focuses on every day New Zealand riders from grass roots through to the highest levels of competition; everyone has an interesting story to tell and our readers all share the same thing in common: we LOVE horses.
I have grown up around horses since the day I was born and they take up a huge part of my life. I rode my beautiful pony Missie when I was younger but once I grew too big for her I switched the saddle for the sulky and followed my passion for Harness Racing. My Dad has trained and driven race horses for years and now is the time for me to carry on the family name as a junior driver.
My Mum was a prominent figure in the equine industry before she had kids and would be competing at shows every weekend. My older sister Courtney has followed in her foot steps and has won six wide ribbons in just her second season of showing inhand with our retired race-horse Enth Degree.
For the last three and a half years I have studied a Bachelor of Communication at Massey University where I majored in journalism. I have done an internship with Harness Racing New Zealand where I was lucky enough to write feature articles for their magazine. I have contributed to Equine Online most months since it began and when the opportunity came up to buy the business I couldn’t refuse.
Outside of horses and writing I also play hockey and I am heavily involved in the Hornby Hockey Club where I have been for the last 18 years.
I look forward to bringing you everything equine and I hope to pay tribute to Yvette by producing a great magazine each month.
Below is a picture of myself with my 12-year-old Standardbred Ben, he will be the new face of Equine Online!