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Riding High with Horse Rider Insurance

Horse riding has mass appeal. There is nothing better than saddling up and getting out into the fresh air with a mount that appreciates it just as much as you do. But not all horse riders own the horse they ride. It might be that you live in the centre of a city or your work situation means that you … More

Britannia Rules the Waves!

We all look back on those heady days at Eton Dorney lake and Weymouth Bay with fond sentimentality. The London 2012 Summer Olympics were a triumph for Britain’s rowers, sailors and canoeists as they glided to victory after victory. Topping the medal table in the rowing, they managed to amass an incredible 18 medals in total, including seven golds. Heroes … More

Riding Into The Record Books In Rio

The National Equestrian Centre in Deodoro played host to the equestrian events at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics and the action that took place within left fans of horse riding champing at the bit for more. With eighteen medals available, Team GB were hoping to repeat some of the heroics from Greenwich Park at London 2012 where they topped the … More

Heroes On Two Wheels

Over the past eight years it has become a familiar sight. Since Jason Queally claimed one single solitary gold medal at the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics, the British Olympic cycling team have become a force to be feared throughout the world. They finished third in the cycling medal table in 2004 (two Gold, one Silver, one Bronze), first in 2008 … More

Dream Glastonbury Headliner!

Which music legends, alive or dead, should line up on Glastonbury’s famous Pyramid Stage? The sun dips below Glastonbury Tor in the rolling Somerset hills, the weather is balmy and eighty thousand music fans are eager and expectant. The stage lights dim, the first chords ring out and there is an awed hush as the legend walks out on stage… … More

Regal Rose Rejoices In Golf’s Rio Return

It was September 1904 at Glen Echo Country Club in St. Louis, Missouri and Canadian George Lyon stood on the 18th green triumphant in the knowledge that he had secured an Olympic Gold medal for his nation. That was the last time that golf featured as an Olympic discipline, and the 112-year absence has only whetted anticipation for its return. … More

Going For Gold!
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Our nifty and alternative infographic to the greatest show on Earth! This August, Rio de Janeiro will host the 2016 Summer Olympics. The games return to South America for the first time since 1968, as the event reaches the 31st Olympiad. With over 28 Olympic sports, taking place in 33 venues and contested by 207 nations for a total of … More

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