Welcome to Tinney Eventing

Stuart Tinney Gold Medal 2000 OlympicsGold medal event rider, Stuart Tinney, is the consummate equestrian professional. In a tough and difficult sport, Stuart continues to produce incredible results, beautifully schooled horses and well trained pupils.

In the competition arena, Stuart has had more success than any other Australian rider based in this country. An Olympic gold medal from Sydney 2000, representative honors at the 2004 Athens Olympics and since 1988 at consecutive World Equestrian Games.

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February 2015

Firstly we would like to welcome PROTEQ equine bedding to our list of wonderful sponsors. For those of you that don't know about this product, lets tell you a bit about it. PROTEQ is all natural pine horse bedding, clean and healthy for you and your horses, cost effective, highly absorbent, comes in convenient bags ( its alot of fun setting a stable up as it presents as pellets but when you add water it grows and grows in size and becomes fine pine bedding with a fabulous smell!) PROTEQ eco-friendly- we love it ! www.proteq.com.au
We have the most amazing sponsors which have been by our side during our trials and tribulations for many many years, which we thank you all for. Most of all you have contributed enormously to our success on the World Eventing circuit. CopRice feeds, Bates saddles, Horseland, Ceva/Naturevet, Ecomist insect control and now PROTEQ equine bedding- Feeling Lucky!
Eventing in the late summer months is not our idea of a good time ! The season starting up with Wallaby Hill, which was hot but certainly lending itself towards Southern Highlands weather. The Huskinson 's War Hawk 3rd in the 3 star CT, Kathy Ward and Pete O'Connell's Queen Mary 4th in her first 2 star. Followed was Sydney at SIEC- hot hot!! The Pittards Annapurna 2nd in the 3 star CT. Stuart chose to run the horses to fence 10 across country - due to weather, ground and that our horses have only been back after their holidays 6 weeks, those hills would have been a bit tough on them so early in the season.

(Pictures: War Hawk and Annapurna, Sydney @ SIEC.)

With a big season coming up we will look at getting the horses qualified for Rio and then of course selections will come in 2016. With this in mind we will spend time with their training and working on the events that suit them to go the best they can.
Our first major event will be ALBURY CIC with Annapurna CIC*** War Hawk and Queen Mary CIC**. Carlchen too will also be back with Stuart on board to do his first CIC**.
Thanks to EA the National Squad clinic was much appreciated to start us off for the year. Our National coach Gareth Hughes is just a master, an enormous help for the dressage.

With Stuart away in WA coaching, Gemma took Carlchen to Canberra to try out the 1 star. Again it was a little too hot and glad we had only decided to take one horse! Gemma completed and came 12th in the open- going slow due to the heat. What a lovely horse Carlchen has turned out to be- lucky for Gemma that she gets to ride him for a while . Gemma also enjoyed that she was featured in the local Canberra Times!

Following week we chose not to go to Scone, we normally go every year but with the hot weather and the hard ground we chose to support the local dressage run by Castle Hill Show. It was a very relaxed morning, fitting 5 tests in. Stuart winning both elementary- close second was Karen- Champion and Reserve Champion ! Great prizes, turned out to be cheap and cheerful plus very worthwhile!

Trot off for 1 st place !! The Huskinson 's War Hawk and The Pittard 's Annapurna - Stuart winning by .5% !!!!!!!!!

March 6th Friday: Castle Hill show. 1.25m Anna, Q, War Hawk and Pluto.
March 8th Sunday: Wallaby Hill Extravaganza. Team 1, Pluto, Q and Panamera. Team 2, Anna ,Carl and Q. Plus Eventers verse Show jumpers 1.20m Carl, Panamera and Q. 1.15m Q and Panamera.
April 4th/5th Albury: ( as written in 5th paragraph) April 11th/12th SIEC showjumping 'Riders Series' TBC
April 18th/19th Equestriad (As Albury plus Pluto 3 star)