We have just finished filming the Taranaki Indoor Sheep Dog Trials in Hawera where the bitterly cold weather was offset by the warmth of the locals. The event was well run and attracted a good audience. It was a very action packed competition. It was amazing to see the speed of the dogs because if … Read more
We are very excited to be filming another sheepdog trial in a week. We both have fond memories of watching the sheepdog trials as kids. It is true Kiwi television that carries so much nostalgia for not only us but the entire country. What could be more entertaining than man and dog verses sheep? There … Read more
One of the projects we are currently working on is Country TV Masterclass. This exciting new series offers expert equine coaching from top professionals from New Zealand and abroad, across multiple disciplines and levels. Need some hot tips on how to train your pony? Looking for some vet advice? Want to know how to improve … Read more
We covered class 1 and 6 of the Matamata Horse Trial for Country TV. The first program will air on the 17th of May. Horse trials are designed to test the rider and horse over three disciplines; dressage, show jumping and cross country. What a great weekend. The sun was shining, riders were enjoying themselves … Read more
Episode one of the Trans-Tasman Sheep Dog Trials aired on the 9th of December at 7.30pm on Country TV. The series will air each Wednesday. Now to edit episode five and six!
We have recently returned from Taupo where we were filming the Trans Tasman Sheepdog Trials for Country TV (Channel 081 on Sky TV). It was a lot of fun, despite the terrible weather. The competition was held at Aratiatia Station, with beautiful rural backgrounds. It featured the top 4 competitors and their dogs from New … Read more
This month we donned our wellies and headed off to make a documentary about a pony club event. The kids were absolutely amazing and they weren’t camera shy at all. The parents were very brave watching their small dots fly over logs and obstacles while remaining (most of the time) firmly attached to their ponies. … Read more