The famous Wilson sisters will all be at Equidays again this year, but only Amanda and Vicki will be competing.
Kelly will be capturing the action, and teaching others how to take great equestrian photos in a photography workshop, a first for the event.
Amanda, Vicki and Kelly Wilson are Equidays ambassadors for 2015.
Over the three days, the bestselling author, award-winning photographer and TV personality will share her extensive photographic experience with participants, focusing on technical skills, creative passion and the power of social media.
The best photo produced by her ‘students’ will win an artistic exhibition space at Equidays 2016.
Vicki and Amanda will be competing in the show jumping ring and all three sisters are excited to be ambassadors for the fifth Equidays, as well as clinicians and competitors.
They will have a full team of horses on site, including their champion show jumpers and Kaimanawas, and are also looking forward to talking about their recent work with wild mustangs in the USA.
At Equidays 2015 they will also release their highly anticipated documentary ‘Wind Eaters’ and second book ‘Stallion Challenges’, and will be autographing copies too.
The Wilson sister Showtym Horses business is situated on a property just north of Auckland and their work with horses has appeared in the top rated television shows ‘Keeping up with the Kaimanawas’ and ‘Country Calendar’, as well as the bestselling book ‘For the Love of Horses’.
Equidays is a national equine event, held at Mystery Creek Events Centre, Hamilton, and Sir Mark Todd is its patron.
This year’s event runs from October 16 to 18 and tickets are on sale now.
Equidays and Mystery Creek Events Centre are owned and operated by the NZ National Fieldays Society, a non-profit organisation founded for the advancement of agriculture in