Want To Become A Sports Journalist?

Knowledgeable horse people are invited to create their own blog within the Virtual Equestrian. If you have the skills to be a photo journalist your work will be featured not only within your blog but also in the main editorial areas of the site. We have advertisers willing to pay for promotion of their sponsorships, products and services to an equestrian audience. Or you may have clients who are… read more

Create Your Own Blog

Blogs Will Change Your Business
Virtual Equestrian blogs are the perfect way to get your message out there. They are suitable for a wide range of uses: Business Blogs are useful for providing informative articles about your business to Virtual Equestrian users. They are featured prominently throughout the site and can be updated by you whenever you wish. An inexpensive way to promote your… read more

Virtual Equestrian Blogs

Virtual Equestrian Blogs can be created by Collection members. All blogs must be related to horses and can be on any breed or discipline.
Bloggers are encouraged to provide coverage of equestrian events. Blog contributions may be featured elsewhere on the Virtual Equestrian site if they are of high quality. Potential bloggers are encouraged to contact Cyberhorse to discuss their plans and have their blogging facility enabled.

  • Home
    Home This is where you can find all the blog posts throughout the site.
  • Categories
    Categories Displays a list of categories from this blog.
  • Tags
    Tags Displays a list of tags that have been used in the blog.
  • Bloggers
    Bloggers Search for your favorite blogger from this site.
  • Team Blogs
    Team Blogs Find your favorite team blogs here.
  • Login
    Login Login form

NRG Sponsored rider, Danielle, aims for Paralympics in Rio 2016

Posted by on in Equestrian
  • Font size: Larger Smaller
  • Hits: 5244
  • Subscribe to this entry
  • Print

The NRG Team is delighted to sponsor Danielle Weymark, a lovely young lady from NSW, who is aiming to take her new horse 'Champagne CF' aka Charlie to the Paralympics in Rio 2013.  We will be  following Danielle's journey in her quest to qualify.  With her talent and determination, we're sure Danielle and Charlie will have a bright and successful future together.

"Hello, my name is Danielle Weymark and I am an NRG sponsored rider.  I compete regularly on my Warmblood mare Champagne CF (Charlie) who is trained by me and my coach Judy Fasher.  Charlie and I will compete in both Open Dressage and Para Equestrian Dressage, and we are aiming high for the 2016 Paralympics in Rio De Janeiro!

At 14 months of age I contracted Meningococcal Disease resulting in amputations, stunted growth, skin grafts and scarring, and deformity of joints resulting in chronic pain and arthritis.

I have owned Charlie since August 2012, and she has come far in this time.  At our first Dressage competition we won first place and have since moved up the levels.  We are now moving on to Elementary level as we are consistently scoring in the high 60's at open novice level and always place. We are yet to have our first Para Equestrian Dressage competition together but I'm really excited to see what the scores will be!

NRG No-Nots works wonders in Charlie's long, very thick tail!  We always get comments on how beautiful and shiny her tail is at competitions.  Although Charlie eats her feed without fail at home, she finds it really hard to eat at competitions, resulting in low energy.  This is where our NRG Stockgain come in!  She was having molasses but we found NRG Stockgain is much more beneficial when it comes to vitamins and minerals and now I don't have to worry about Charlie not eating!

Our journey to Rio is going to be a great one especially with the NRG Team behind us!"

Rate this blog entry:
Trackback URL for this blog entry.


  • No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment

Leave your comment

Guest Saturday, 24 August 2019

Collection Login

Website Links

Hearts Racing Logo

Website Designed By

Featured Ads

Click On Me

Click On Me

Click On Me

Click On Me
You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials