Halliday back in the saddle at Tweseldown

Liz Halliday returned to eventing action at Tweseldown on Monday following the British season’s recent postponements due to bad weather. The spate of unseasonably heavy showers had put paid to nearly a month’s worth of competitions across the country, ensuring this was the professional dual sportswoman’s first outing since mid-April. As such, no less than

Halliday primed for German Masters debut

Professional dual-sportswoman Liz Halliday will return to international action for the final time in 2011 this week after receiving an invite to contest the Indoor Eventing Derby on the opening day of the Stuttgart German Masters (16-20 November). With her main 3 Day Eventing programme having drawn to a close in October, Stuttgart’s prestigious Indoor

Halliday ends season on a high at Osberton

Hugely encouraging performances from two of Chailey Stud’s up-and-coming horses helped Liz Halliday bring the curtain down in style on her 2011 3 Day Eventing season at Osberton International Horse Trials earlier this month (29 September – 2 October). The professional dual sportswoman now enters the winter break already relishing the start of the new

Halliday enjoys great result at Hartpury International Horse Trials

Liz Halliday’s encouraging international Eventing season continued last month thanks to an excellent top-ten finish at the Hartpury International Horse Trials held in Gloucestershire. The California-born, British-based dual-sportswoman was delighted with a highly-encouraging performance from Bud (Newmarket Malt) in the CCI** competition that helped the pair finish ninth overall in a field of over 60

Halliday maintains Tweseldown winning streak

Tweseldown again proved a happy hunting ground for California-born, British-based dual sportswoman Liz Halliday who enjoyed her first Eventing victory of the season there earlier this week. Having spent Sunday competing in the BE100 Plus class with Baloo (Darola Diamond) and new horse Cooley (HSS Cooley), Halliday geared up for her first competitive outing of

Highs and Lows for Halliday at Saumur

Liz Halliday had a week of highs and lows as the California-born, British-based dual sportswoman competed in the biggest equestrian event of her 2011 season so far, the Saumur International Horse Trials on 19-22 May. Held in the stunning Loire Valley region of France, the event marked a return to CCI*** competition for Fox (Red