THE ‘must watch’ programme of the year on Horse & Country – the Omega Equine All Star Academy – had viewers crying, laughing and wanting more!
Well here it is in the brand new, seven part series – All Stars: Return to Talland – which premieres on Sunday, May 5.
The series follows seven of the academy students as they have a private lesson with Pammy Hutton at the legendary Talland School of Equitation in Gloucestershire.
Viewers will learn about their equestrian journey since the programme last autumn and find out about their highs and lows over the last five months.
This ‘warts and all’ series shows how for some of the academy students a return to Talland proved emotional to say the least.
Explains producer, Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes:
“The programmes are very much real horse riders experiencing a lesson with Pammy, what can be achieved and what improvements can be made with the help of someone so knowledgeable.
“Giving each of the team tips for the future, and looking at their progress and strategy to achieve their desired results, Pammy is as ever inspirational in her teaching.”
Watch the programme first on Horse & Country’s streaming service – sign up to watch at horseandcountry.tv. Each episode is available first to Horse & Country subscribers.
Providing plenty of laughs, highs and lows along the way the All Stars: Return to Talland is set to prove very entertaining and great viewing over the forthcoming weeks.
The team include Debbie Day who fought back to riding after getting over a fractured pelvis a year ago, and Sophie Wrattling whose four year partnership with her horse Remi came on in leaps and bounds thanks to being bold and not afraid to be different.
Nikki Sinclair, a geography teacher with two young boys and student veterinary nurse Gabrielle Wheatley from Wiltshire are both back for this entertaining follow-up show.
Georgia Russell was another to appear in the All Star Academy after overcoming a broken leg while Tessa Halsall from Suffolk was the 2019 All Star Champion and event rider Jake Tarrant showed his huge passion for wanting to move up the levels in the sport of eventing.
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