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2021 Guide to Olympic Show Jumping

Show Jumping has long been a favorite for equestrians as riders and horses race to have the fastest time jumping over 12-15 jumps in an arena. Jumping requires precision, speed, strength, and extreme balance as a horse pushes off their hind legs flying through the air, momentarily being weightless, then landing and continuing to gallop on.

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The Perfect Place to Learn Polo

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Singapore’s city life, Colts Polo and Riding promises a myriad of enjoyable activities on horseback. Regardless of whether you’re looking to try polo for the first time, or whether you’re an experienced equestrian looking to improve your skills, Colts Polo caters to riders of all age groups and all levels. A family-friendly riding centre, their programmes allow for the entire family to have fun together, and share their love for polo and horses!

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Plan Your Luxury Getaway with Cavago

After spending a year in our homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all ready to see the ray of sunshine at the end of the long, grim tunnel. With the vaccination process underway, summer of 2021, is the perfect time to re-ignite your desire for exploration.

We’ve chosen a few places where you can make great memories this summer. So plan ahead with us.

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Horse Breed Highlight: The Lusitano Breed Compared to the Andalusian Breed


Known as one of the oldest saddle horses and most prestigious war horses throughout history, the Iberian horse was the foundation for the current day breed of the Andalusian and Lusitano. The Andalusian breed was a culmination of breeds mixing with the ancient Iberian horse as people and tribes traveled through the Andalusia province of Spain. Whereas the Lusitano breed was a culmination of breeds in the Lusitania region, now modern day Portugal, during the Roman period. 

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A Period of Uncertainty

There is absolutely no doubt that in our modern times, COVID-19 has to be the greatest challenge the globe has faced. The World Health Organization head, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, says the number infected globally will reach a million within days.

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Come Meet the Horse!

If you run a quick search on Google, you will read that there is an estimated world population of 58 million horses, made up of over 350 separate breeds. That’s A LOT of horses! And, like people, each and every one is unique. We wish we could mee them all! We can’t of course, not in one lifetime, but we will do our best to try!

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