Friday, May 10, 2013

Boyd on Chris Stafford Radio Show

The Complete Lineup: 

Italy's Vittoria Panizzon has been giving notice of her current form since she finished 11th at the London Olympic Games and last week underlined her potential with a 7th place finish at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials riding Borough Pennyz. Vittoria explains how she has reached the ranks in the sport and as a Corporal in the Italian Air Force. Visit Vittoria online at Vittoriapannizon.comand follow us on Twitter @vittopannizon and @chrisestafford.

Six-time Badminton winner Lucinda Green laments the demise of classical courses with signature fences that have made Badminton the greatest event for decades in favor of European style eventing, and why there were too many clear rounds this year. You can follow Lucinda on Facebook and Twitter @LucindaGreenMBE.

Jimmy Wofford returns to share his thoughts on this year's Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials and the impact this great event is having on the modern sport. Jimmy analyzes the cross country course and how conditions were perfect for an epic showdown in the Gloucestershire Park. You can join Jimmy on Facebook at Fox Covert Farm. Follow me on Twitter @chrisestafford.

Boyd Martin explains how recent injuries have resulted in him undergoing ankle surgery, how this will affect his spring season and why it's a good thing to take a step back sometimes. Is this time for him to start breeding cats as a sideline? Follow us on Twitter @WindurraUSA and @chrisestafford.

Talent, looks and opportunities take Oliver Jasny from the threadbare gymkhanas of his youth to the rarefied heights of international dressage where he becomes a celebrity, the darling of the dressage set and lands the biggest sponsorship in the history of equestrianism. But when his sister Kathryn goes to his sumptuous training establishment she does not like what she finds one little bit... Caroline Akrill writes with a real knowledge of the equine world. She vividly recreates the tense moments of open competition, the atmosphere of the showgrounds, riding schools and training establishments. Her prose sparkles with humor, has some real heart-stopping moments and a truly dramatic finale. Flying Changes was first published by Arlington Books, London in 1985. Read by Chris Stafford. Flying Changes is available on Amazon. Music is courtesy of Marie-Lynn Hammond;@chevalgal and

Liz is back with news of a busy few weeks eventing, including a trip to Ballindenisk in Ireland plus motor racing atSilverstone and Donnington Park. You can subscribe to this free podcast on iTunes and also listen on Liz's website Follow Liz on Twitter @lizhalliday.

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