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This blog and news section contains personal updates from me, Michael David Rogers. I will be providing regular updates on my own riding progress, the latest goings on with my camera and of course what is happening with my two supported riders.
And we're off... But work to be done!
22nd September 2012 - 0 comments
Today I rode Trad for the first time in the school and I survived! This is the first time I have ridden any horse in the school for an hour session for at least 7 years and I actually really enjoyed it. When I used to ride Dime back in the day I can't remember time going as quick as it did today so long may that continue.

I was really impressed with Trad and he felt so much better than when I rode him before Dad brought him a couple of years ago, Debs has certainly done a good job to get him to this stage.

However I was not so impressed with myself as I got frustrated at my poor position, balance and strength. I knew it wasn't going to be easy but I still thought that I might be able to start off exactly where I left off back in 2004!

Below is a very short video of some of my efforts today, I hope to be able to have a regular video diary of my comeback and controlling the video will be my lovely wife Lisa. We just need to make sure the coffee mug isn't in the way next time!



To help with my riding I am hoping to have some lessons with local event rider Kylie Roddy who has been teaching Debs on Trad so there will be a nice level of continuity there as she knows how he should be going. I am planning to start these lessons in November once I'm back from my holiday in New York. I am also fully expecting my lovely supported riders Clare and Harriet to be giving me some 'words of advice'!

As part of my comeback I also need to work on my fitness and weight as I have lost all the muscles I once had. I have already lost over a stone in the last few weeks so I'll now be adding in more exercise to improve my strength. Any suggestions on this will be gratefully received, particularly as I can only ride 2 or 3 times a week due to work / time commitments.

That's it for now, don't forget to come back soon for all the latest on my comeback and updates on my supported riders.
Exciting news
16th September 2012 - 0 comments
I start this blog by announcing a change in the MDR Photo sponsored riders line up, as Debbie Donovan has decided to move on from riding Tradition (Trad). As my dad owns Trad, whoever competes on him is an automatic choice to be an MDR Photo supported rider, so the question is who will compete on him in 2013?

Well the answer is… ME! Yes you have read that correctly, I have decided to have another go at eventing 9 years after I last completed an event and 8 years since I rode regularly.


Dime & I at Gatcombe in 2002


This is actually something I have been considering for the last few months but after Debbie announced she was moving on I felt this was my perfect opportunity to have another go and see what we can do together.

Whilst photographing eventing over the last few years I have watched the world’s best and seen some poor riding and on many occasions thought to myself I would love to ride like that or oh my god I wouldn’t do it like that!! So now it will be my turn to see what I have learnt from watching 1000s of horses and riders.

I must also say that over the last 18 months watching and helping my supported riders Clare and Harriet has really inspired me, as has spending time with some of my lovely customers/friends this year such as Teri Warner, Alexis Ross and Jennifer Hart.

I have to be realistic and say that it’s not going to be easy as I haven’t ridden regularly for a long time and Trad is a different horse to Dime who I grew up with. But when Dad brought him I rode and jumped him and we seemed to get on well straightaway, plus I know from the last two years he has been solid and reliable in all phases.

The plan over the winter is to forge a partnership and build up both of our strength, stamina and fitness with the aim of getting out on the BE circuit in the spring. There are bound to be various challenges as we go but my main aim is to enjoy every minute, even the dressage!

Just in case anyone is wondering I am still planning to take pictures and be available for photo shoots so nothing changes there. It’s just now there will be even more chance of you bumping into me at events, it just might be on horseback, rather than with my camera!

A special mention must go to my wife Lisa and my parents who have all supported me in reaching this decision and I know will be helping me as much as they can.

That’s it for now, so wish me luck and keep coming back to get the latest news on our progress!


Debbie & Trad at Aston Le Walls in 2012
Update on MDR Photo Dream Team
13th June 2012 - 0 comments
So since my first post about the MDR Photo Dream Team I have had some more great suggestions from some of the existing team members and also some new members. These suggestions include the following:

‏@BethEckley88 - Top of my list would be a school & a gallop

@StarEventing - Please can I have a school!? Or even a lunge pen? Can''t ride in the field as too wet

@BSFeventing - devoucoux dressage and jumping saddles all round please

@equispy1 - oh no, Voltaire all the way!

@jen_444 - yard with big indoor school to keep us dry in this weather please but also outside so we can work on the tan when we occasionally get some sun!

@equispy1 - could we all move to Florida to event too please as this weather seems to be here to stay?!

‏@GJMEventing - Today if I had 10 million I would build a massive equestrian centre with an indoor XC course from 90 to CCI****. Think Tweseldown with a lid

@AliDaneEventing - Love the rainbow Oakley. Think all kit should be rainbow coloured actually.

@ARosieLloyd - chocolate on tap at competitions & oh yeah, could i get lots of airdale terriers/irish terriers please?

Not surprisingly the majority of the mentions this week have been related to the poor weather we''ve been suffering with but also some great other ideas, I really love having the rainbow colours as a theme throughout the team and I will work on this as this idea builds.

In the meantime before the big win comes in please keep me updated with what you think the ultimate event team needs and I will also welcome new riders as well. Just tweet @MDR_Photo and use #mdrdreamteam.

Until next time, keep on dreaming…
MDR Photo Dream Team
08th June 2012 - 0 comments
Why I love the randomness of Twitter…

Last week I started doing the Euro Millions and with a few friends discussed that age old question of what would you spend £90 Million on?

Well in anticipation of winning on the first week I decided to put together the “MDR Photo Dream Team” into which I will sink my millions.

Now the dream team is the ultimate GB event team but with a twist! Instead of signing up all the top eventers in the world (WFP, Mary King et al…) I have decided to buy some top quality horses for some of my Twitter friends who don’t have the horse power of the big hitters. So far the team consists of the following Tweeters:



So my first question for the girls (yes they are all girls – look better in photos in my opinion) what colour horses would they like? Not surprisingly knowing most of them I should have guessed what they said, here’s a run down so far:

  • @BSFEventing – a dark bay (not a surprise, she already has two)
  • @Alexis_C_Ross – a grey (really no surprise here, she has five at home)
  • @NHeventing – she didn’t say but I know she loves a chestnut!
  • @EmCroc – she didn’t mind as long as it didn’t have white bits that needed cleaning, therefore I suggested a dun
  • @jen_444 – wasn’t too fussy but requested a chestnut or bright bay


To date @HarrietUpton & @Equispy1 haven’t responded on colour choices yet so maybe they’re not fussed, but I think one needs to be a coloured horse and the other black.

So that’s most of the horses sorted, so what else does the dream team need? Below are a few of the suggestions so far:

  • Champagne before the dressage is must have - @EmCroc
  • Kenneth Clawson SJ training & warm ups at competitions - @Jen_444
  • A rainbow coloured Oakley with pop-outs - @Alexis_C_Ross – to this I responded that we might need two!
  • @LMEQ1 as driver and chef d''''''''equipe extraordinaire - @Equispy1 – Kate’s a bit biased here as she is engaged to @LMEQ1, however having met Matt I thought we’d hire a team of drivers make him put him in charge of them & security for everyone!
  • @charliecoffee to supply coffee and brownies to the team as and when required.


Well the good news was that I did indeed win the lottery on the first week!! Unfortunately £2.70 isn’t going to get me very far with the dream team, however I might be even luckier this week!

In the meantime before the big win comes in please keep me updated with what you think the ultimate event team needs and I will also welcome new riders as well. Just tweet @MDR_Photo and use #mdrdreamteam.

Until next time, keep on dreaming…
Walking with Claire Lomas
29th May 2012 - 0 comments
In last weeks blog I gave an update on what I had been up to in April and May, but in fact I missed quite a big chunk out and that was because I wanted to have a whole blog on the subject. As per the title that subject was the two days I spent walking with the inspirational Claire Lomas.

As most of my readers will know Claire injured herself falling from a horse, like most of us mad horse riders have. However unlike most of us Claire wasn’t able to dust herself down and get back on as she had damaged her spinal cord and is now paralysed.

To raise money for Spinal Research Claire set herself the challenge of walking the London Marathon. Yes that’s right WALKING the London Marathon! But how does a paralysed person walk is the question everyone asked? Thanks to the amazing ReWalk Suit is the answer and you can see a video of the suit being demonstrated by Matt, one of Claire’s physiotherapists below:



After reading about Claire on the net and thanks to the tip off from Charlie Massey (@charliecoffe on Twitter) I followed her progress and decided to go and walk with her for a day. I pitched up on day 14 (it took 16 days) when Claire was starting the last few days in central London on the north side of Tower Bridge. You can see a whole album on photos over on my Facebook page here.

It was an amazing day meeting Claire, her husband Dan and their beautiful little girl Maisy Moo who had been there every step of the way! There were also loads of family members, friends and supporters who were equally as fun and friendly and put up with me taking loads of pictures! There were a few celebs that turned up during the day (you may recognise some faces) so that topped off the day.

After getting home on the Sunday night I was buzzing from the excitement of the day which was really rewarding and therefore decided to return on the last day to show my support and again get some more photos.

When I arrived in St James’s Park Claire had got to the bottom corner of the park, just near Buckingham Palace. It wasn’t hard to find her as there was a massive crowd of press photographers, cameramen, journalists and of course Claire’s massive army of supporters.

The scenes that day were amazing, there was a three horse escort from the Household Cavalry as well as two mounted police officers clearing the path along with Charlie, Matt (from Littleton Manor Equestrian) and a fireman called Rob in his full uniform.

The crowd were cheering when Claire crossed the finish line in exactly the same way they would have done if it were the actual finish to the official marathon, which for Claire of course it was!

Again I took loads of photos of Claire and her followers and you can also see them on my Facebook page.

I also made a very small video of some of the scenes of the last few hours of the walk including Claire crossing the line and Sir Matthew Pinsent presenting Claire with a box full of medals that marathon runners had donated for Claire. You can see the video below.



I’m very pleased to say Claire likes the photos and particularly the video and she added a link to her Just Giving page, which is a great compliment for me. Last week she also messaged me to say could she have a copy to pass onto BBC Belfast and they may use it when they feature Claire on air in June, which again is very exciting for me as there were hundreds of film crews there.

Now if you have read this blog, looked at the pictures or watched the videos and donated to Spinal Research then thank you. But if you haven’t donated then please do so now by clicking here and going straight to Claire’s Just Giving page.

Although Claire only finished the marathon a few weeks ago she is already in training for the next challenge, which is even bigger. This time she is aiming to cycle from Paris to London. Yes that’s what you just read, CYCLE from Paris to London!

Follow Claire on Twitter to find out how the training is going…
Latest on supported riders
23rd May 2012 - 0 comments
April and May have been a bit weird really as the rain has completely messed the schedules up. I was working with Ultimate Images at Hambleden when it all started to go wrong. The first day was run and the course held up surprisingly well considering the rain and hail storms, however the parking was trashed and mud got all over the road meaning the second and third days had to be abandoned. However despite the weather all of my supported riders have been quite busy.


Hambleden in the sun and hail!

Before the cancellation I was lucky enough to briefly see Harriet fly past me on the BE100 course at Hambleden on her way to an excellent 3rd place on Alice Dundson’s horse Mulligan II, a new ride for the 2012 season.

As I then had a free weekend I rerouted unannounced to see Clare and Fifi at Solihull on what turned out to be a day of sunshine and heavy showers. Fifi and Claire took it all in their stride and turned out another improving performance in dressage, just one down show jumping and a lovely clear across country despite the heavy going. See photos here.


Clare and Fifi at Solihull

Debbie Donovan and Tradition also managed to get a run in the rain and mud, at Milton Keynes in the BE90, ending up in 6th place. They had just one down in the show jumping and only 2 time penalties on the cross-country.

We then entered the period of loads of events being cancelled, including Badminton, which for the first time I had a photographers press pass, obviously this was totally gutting! During the cancellations I spent time in Dorset and at the cinema so not all was lost and I think my wife was pleased to see me!

Fortunately the second half of May has been a bit better and Clare and Debbie were both competing at Aston Le Walls in the unaffiliated horse trials, run over the BE90 course.

Clare and Fifi had another solid dressage, one down show jumping and then another foot perfect cross-country round. One more BE90 for them at Shelford and then they are planning to step up to BE100 level. See photos here.


Clare and Fifi at warming up for dressage at Aston Le Walls

Debbie and Tradition produced their best dressage of the season after some intensive training with Kylie Roddy and then followed that up with a double clear. Unfortunately Debbie got a little lost on the cross-country course so a slight detour added 1.2 time penalties to their score. They are stepping up to BE100 next time at Berkshire College. See photos here.


Debbie and Tradition on cross-country at Aston Le Walls

A week later I was off to Tweseldown to see Harriet and Mulligan competing in the BE100 Open section. Mulligan is an experienced horse but has been away from eventing for a couple seasons hunting so Harriet has been working hard to get him back to his best and improve his fitness.

At Tweseldown it was evident that the hard work had been paying off as they produced a great test to score 24, the second highest in the section. SJ round was good with just an unlucky pole. Cross-country was very good and Mulligan few around inside the time to end on 28 and in fourth place. They are doing another BE100 Open at Borde Hill and then the next event will be a Novice. See photos here.

I am very lucky to be able to follow these three excellent but completely different riders and I genuinely look forward to seeing all of them compete.

Next up for me is Borde Hill (both days) and then in June I am joining back up with Ultimate Images for a few events.

As ever keep in touch via Facebook and Twitter and let me know where your going to be. Also don't forget I am still offering 50% off my competition photo shoot booking fee so you can get a personal photographer at your next event for just £25.00.
Interview for Horsemart
01st May 2012 - 0 comments
I was recently approached by Nicki Strong to do a small interview about equine photography, how I got into it and a few pointers for people.

I don't profess to know everything about equine photography but I am always happy to share what I know so I just gave a couple of tips which I hope people find useful.

You can read the interview below or on the Horsemart website.

Ever fancied a career as an equestrian photographer? Nicola Strong speaks to Michael David Rogers to find how he has forged a career as an equine photographer.

Michael David Rogers has been riding horses for around 20 years, growing up in a Pony Club environment, and competing up to Novice level British Eventing. When his horse was retired, he went down another avenue to get his eventing fix, combining another of his passions...

Michael now works part time as a self-employed equestrian photographer for his company ‘MDR Photo.’ In addition to yard shoots, he provides a service for event riders, acting as a personal event photographer for the duration of an ODE.

This involves capturing images of each phase of the competition, including the 'informal moments' such as warm-ups, at the lorry park, friends and family, and getting ready for the off.

Michael uses his in depth knowledge of the sport to guide his work, explaining; "What I really love with the challenge of action/sports photography is 'freezing' the moment at exactly the right time. For equine photography there are a lot of these moments that you have to get right, whether it be the different movements in a dressage test or the variety of jumps SJ and XC can throw up. There is nothing better than hearing from riders who like the photos you have taken of them and their horses.

After taking photos of friends at Pony Club events from the age of 15, and while spectating at some of the larger sporting events, Michael got the bug, and a few years later, splashed out on his first digital SLR camera and some lenses. This really kick started his career as an equestrian photographer, and it wasn't long before his self taught skills were noticed, leading to paid event photography work. This is where Michael says he truly learnt how to take pictures of horses properly.

Top tips
Five years on, Michael is a lot more experienced, and has some great tips for budding equestrian photographers:

* Learn at what points in a horse’s movement to capture the picture. This can change depending on the breed of horse and what pace and movement you are trying to show off. With jumping again you need to try and capture the perfect point which shows the horse at its best.
* Also, to capture a horse moving (or anything else for that matter) the shutter speed needs to be relatively fast. There is nothing more frustrating than finding that you have the timing spot on with a nice shape over a fence only to find the photo is blurry because your shutter speed wasn’t fast enough. The minimum I try to set my shutter speed to is 1/800sec, although I always try to go above 1/1000sec to really freeze the action.
* Finally, always try to think about the background; I see lots of nice photos spoilt because they have a car or portaloo in the background. When framing up a picture check what is going on behind the horse or jump to see if anything is going to spoil it or distract the eye. Sometimes all you need to do is move left or right a few steps and the background will be greatly improved.

Choosing a favourite photo must be a tough ask with so many to choose from over the years, but equestrian photographer Michael has picked out a few favourites.

"Taken at Hambleden International Horse Trials in 2011, whilst working with Ultimate Images, pictured is William Fox-Pitt. One of the reasons I like it so much is that both horse & rider are in a good position (as you’d expect from WFP), but a sneaky little leaf has managed to get attached to William’s helmet. I could have easily cloned this out but I kind of like the little imperfection."

"The next one was taken during a yard visit in 2012. Pictured are Harriet Upton and one of her horses, Glimpse. This picture was taken in Glimpse’s stable as it was really raining & windy, with no fancy setting up or anything. To me it displays the great connection between a horse and rider."

Throughout 2012, Michael will be continuing to photograph clients and his three supported riders at events, and is also hoping to become more involved with the Kimblewick Hunt. A return to competing may not be out of the question either, as he suggests: "I have really got the passion for eventing back in my blood and who knows what might happen in the future!"






Please feel free to get in touch for further info about equine photography and my photography services.
Update on supported riders
16th April 2012 - 0 comments
Its been a busy few days for my supported riders with all three of them out competing in the last few days.

Firstly Clare Stringer was at Sapey with Fifi (Kitty Way) in the BE80 last Thursday. Clare coped with some really tricky weather conditions to get a 36 dressage, two down show jumping and a lovely clear cross country. There has been a marked improvement in Fifi's dressage this season and her consistency is really good with her getting two 36's in a row. You can read a lot more about Clare, her horses and her other supporters on her brilliant website. I can't wait to catch up with Clare at some more events soon, she is a great rider and a excellent supporter of me.

Secondly Harriet Upton was at South of England in the BE100 with Beanie (Tinkas Whiz Kid) and Yara (Laraghlee). It was a good start to the day with two strong dressage tests, with 34.5 & 30.5 respectively. Beanie did a nice SJ round and was really unlucky to role a pole and their cross country round was very nice with just 0.8 time faults. Yara jumped nicely but knocked two poles SJ and then on cross country ducked out at the hippo coming out of the water, which was a shame, but its all learning for Harriet & Yara and I am sure they will be back with a double clear next time.

Thirdly (well at the same time as Harriet) Debbie Dononvan and Trad (Tradition) were at their first event of the season, the BE90 at Ascott under Wychwood. They had a really early start leaving the yard before 6am. Dressage was a slightly disappointing 47 but Trad is a jumping machine so a lovely double clear followed to earn them their first foundation point. They weren't even put off by Deb's forgetting to get her hat checked, which led to her having to rush back from the xc start to the secretary's and she then forgot to unclip her air jacket, meaning she then had to change the canister before going back down to start.

So all in all its been a pretty good start to the season for all three of my supported riders and I am looking forward to catching up with Clare and Debs in person soon and getting some more photos of them.

The next events for them are:
* Clare & Fifi - BE90, Solihull on 22nd April
* Harriet & Mulligan - BE100, Hambleden on 20th April
* Debs & Trad - BE90, Milton Keynes on 24th April
Favourite Photos from 2011
29th December 2011 - 0 comments
As the end of 2011 is nearly here I have decided to look through the many 100s of photos I have taken and choose some of my favourites. I have managed to narrow it down to 15 which although may not technically be my best pictures they are the ones I have enjoyed looking at and have made be smile because they were either funny or memorable.

You can take a look at them on the MDR Photo Facebook Page. As its a public page you don't even have to be a member of Facebook to view them. Please pop over and take a look and like the ones which catch your eye. I have briefly explained on the photo descriptions why I have choosen these particular photos and I'd be interested to see which ones attracts the most likes and comments.

I'd like to say thanks for all the support I have received this year, particularly through Twitter where I have made a lot of new friends and have met two great riders (Clare Stringer and Harriet Upton) who I am looking forward to supporting in 2012.

I wish you all the best for 2012 and I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible.
Still busy in the winter
13th December 2011 - 0 comments
Although the eventing and photography season has been over for nearly two months lots of things have been happening with MDR Photo and particularly our supported riders.

First up at the beginning of November our supported rider Clare Stringer was announced as the winner of the Shearwater Insurance Scholarship for 2012. This is fantastic for Clare and will really help her to bring on her horses at the beginning of 2012 and throughout next season.

Following this great news I was very pleased to announce Harriet Upton as the successful person in my search for a new supported rider based in the South East. After receiving many great applications for a new supported rider following advertisement on our Twitter feed and Facebook page we choose Harriet as we were very impressed with her application and we felt she would be a great ambassador for MDR Photo. She is part of the British Eventing U18 Programme and the GB Junior Squad; you can read more about Harriet (and Clare) on my dedicated Supported Riders page.

On the 27th November I went to see Clare at Kenneth Clawson’s yard near Lutterworth, Leicestershire. I was there to meet all the horses and get a load of photos, which we will both be using on our websites. As well as seeing Bandi and Fifi again it was really good to meet Indi and Delphi for the first time. All four were very friendly around the yard and behaved really well when I was taking photos of them in the outdoor school. It may have been dry and sunny but the wind was incredibly strong making it feel very cold, but some how Clare managed to stay in a polo shirt all day whilst everyone else was wrapped up in coats and scarfs! All the photos can be seen in the gallery. Here is a behind the scenes photo of me taken pictures of Clare and Bandi.


At the beginning of December Harriet and I were interviewed on the Eventing Radio Show as part of the shows focus on amateur riders and sponsorship. Harriet and I were both very nervous but absolutely delighted to be invited on air so if your keen to have a listen you can do so by clicking on the below picture.



Finally I am pleased to show you a picture of the new MDR Photo branded polo shirts, which have just been delivered after being designed over the last few months. These were purchased through a small but extremely helpful company called Can Logo, I can not recommend them enough. My supported riders and I will wear the shirts at events and training days throughout 2012 so if you see any of us wearing them why not say hello.


The rest of December is looking pretty quiet which is nice and I will be enjoying a rest over Christmas, however I will be finalising dates and availability for the 2012 eventing season soon so keep popping back to find out where I plan to be.
Harriet Upton and MDR Photo Feature on the Eventing Radio Show
08th December 2011 - 0 comments
Newly announced supported rider Harriet Upton and I were recently interviewed on the Eventing Radio Show as part of the shows focus on amateur riders and sponsorship.

Harriet and I were both very nervous but absolutely delighted to be invited on air so if your keen to have a listen you can do so by clicking here or on the below picture.



Previously Clare Stringer, MDR Photo's other supported rider has featured on the show twice and you can find her shows on the Eventing Radio Show website or iTunes, they were episodes 160 and 167.
New Supported Rider
15th November 2011 - 0 comments
MDR Photo is pleased to announce Harriet Upton as our new supported rider for 2012.

After receiving many great applications for a new supported rider following advertisement on our Twitter feed and Facebook page we choose Harriet as we were very impressed with her application and we felt she would be a great ambassador for MDR Photo.

You can read more about Harriet on my dedicated Supported Riders page.

Harriet joins Clare Stringer and Debbie Donovan as MDR Photo riders and we feel with this team 2012 is looking like it will be a fantastic and successful year.

Don't forget to like us on Twitter and Facebook to keep right up to date with everything that is going on.

MDR Photo supported rider is the Shearwater Scholar
10th November 2011 - 0 comments
MDR Photo is pleased to report that our main supported rider Clare Stringer has been chosen by Shearwater Insurance as their 2012 Scholar. They will receive £500 worth of training support and Shearwater branded clothing and equipment.

MDR Photo is very proud of Clare for winning this very tough and prestigious scholarship as we know how hard she has worked over the last 12 months with her string of horses whilst also holding down a full time job.

When Clare asked for a quote to go in her application we were very happy to provide one and we hope to be working alongside Shearwater to provide them with regular updated photos during the 2012 eventing season.

You can keep up to date with all things Shearwater via their blog page by clicking here.

MDR Photo supported rider features on radio show
23rd September 2011 - 0 comments
This week MDR Photo's supported rider Clare Stringer featured on the Eventing Radio Show, talking about how she balances full time work and eventing.

The Eventing Radio Show is a weekly online radio show (podcast) that brings you the finest in news & interviews about one of the toughest equine disciplines. This weeks edition is the first in a series of episodes focused on amateur riders.

Clare did a great job on the show despite being very nervous and she was very kind to mention MDR Photo.

If you would like to listen to the show you can do so by clicking here.
Help for Indi
07th August 2011 - 0 comments
I am currently trying to raise money for my friend Clare Stringer who's three year old filly recently required life saving surgery for colic.

There are various ways of helping and you can do so by reading more on the Help for Indi page I have set up.

Please take a few minutes to read the story and learn about what we are doing to help.
Second Supported Horse
07th August 2011 - 0 comments
More exciting news here on MDR Photo as I am pleased to announce that MDR Photo is supporting a second horse called Bandolero, who is owned and ridden by Clare Stringer.

Details of Bandolero and also my first supported horse, Tradition, can be found on this page of the website. Further horses will hopefully feature soon.

If you would like to be supported by MDR Photo then please get in touch via email so that we can have a discussion and come to a suitable arrangement.