Publication “Equestrian Hub” May/June 2021

New Publication in the Australian magazine Equestrian Hub May/June 2021 in cooperation with Jessica Morton. The article portrays Europe’s iconic Horsemen.

Europe's iconic horsemen

Equestrian Hub is a magazine for riders and horse people across Australia. I’m very excited to have been published in cooperation with my friend Jessica Morton, who is an excellent writer and emotive storyteller for the horse industry. In this article about equestrian traditions I have contributed photos of Nonius horses from Hungary and Camargue horses.

About this publication in the magazine "Equestrian Hub"

Article “Europe’s iconic Horsemen”, published in the May/June 2021 issue. Photos: Cécile Zahorka, and others; text: Jessica Morton


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