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Corona Times: Hit & Run with Hayley Beresford

In corona times we are all ordered to stay at home, self quarantine, and do social distancing. With more time on your hands to spend online, Eurodressage launches a "Hit & Run" interview series so that you get to know the world's most famous dressage riders and personalities more closely.

Australian Grand Prix rider Hayley Beresford was born into a horse family and knew a career in horses was her choice. Her career took flight when she moved to Germany and worked at Isabell Werth's yard. Under her supervision, Hayley competed the Lusitano Relampago do Retiro on the European show scene. Her efforts culminated in a 19th place at the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong. With Jaybee Alabaster she rode at the 2010 World Equestrian Games and with Belissimo M she was short listed for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. She now runs her own training business Eiserner Hof with her partner Jule Fehl in Germany.

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