Rugby coaches from top flight rugby in the UK and Europe donned their robes and mortarboards to be honoured as Hartpury Masters graduates at Gloucester Cathedral.
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Facing the best that English rugby has to offer is again on the horizon for Hartpury’s brightest young rugby talents as they prepare to head back to Pennyhill Park for a series of international appointments.
Athletes and teams at Hartpury are seeing their talent and teamwork topped up by technology thanks to new state-of-the-art sports software.
Hartpury student Hannah Gadras shone on the national stage as she clinched top spot at the National Schools Equestrian Association (NSEA) Championships.
There’s less than one week to go until Hartpury rugby faces the biggest day of the season so far...
Lambs were in the limelight when Katie Brian of the Agriculture and Development Board (AHDB) visited Hartpury to talk to some of our agriculture students.
He may have been all over the world on international equine business, but the friendly fiesta at the Rio Paralympics made Phillip Cheetham’s most recent trip stand out from the crowd.