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Derry's Daniel Coyle adds to tally with another Spruce Meadows victory

Following five wins during June at Spruce Meadows in Canada, Derry’s Daniel Coyle has just added an early July victory to his tally with a first place this morning in the 1m50 West Canadian Cup. 120 more words

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Daniel Coyle and Tienna joint-winners in Canadian Utilities Cup

Daniel Coyle and Tienna shared top spot with American Leslie Howard and Donna Speciale after both pairing’s finished in identical times in last night’s Canadian Utilities Cup at Spruce Meadows. 197 more words

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Pessoa reveals Irish shortlist for August's European Show Jumping Championships in Gothenburg

Ireland’s Show Jumping Team Manager Rodrigo Pessoa has announced his shortlist of horses and riders for this year’s Longines FEI European Show Jumping Championships, which take place at Gothenburg in Sweden from August 21st to 27th. 397 more words

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How To Get Better At Anything

Paradiddles.  Doesn’t it sound kind of like a dance move?  So when my drum teacher asked me to play them, I thought, “No problem,” because he had already showed me how that drumbeat : RLRR, LRLL and so on, (R – right drum stick, L – left drum stick) could be mastered by just going slow and building my speed up over time. 892 more words

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Swail leads Irish dominance of leading places at Langley Grand Prix

In a starting field that was otherwise peopled solely by North and South American riders, Ireland claimed three of the top five places in this morning’s Langley Grand Prix in Canada. 106 more words

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Deep Learning : Turning mistakes into Skills

A well written piece in article by Rishab Nahar. Wish I could think and write like this.

In his book, ‘The talent Code’, Daniel Coyle beautifully explains what it takes to master a skill, And this is by far the best example to explain it. 469 more words

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Coyle takes victory in final Turf Tour Grand Prix at Wellington

Derry’s Daniel Coyle claimed victory in the final Turf Tour Grand Prix of the 2017 season at Wellington in Florida today. Riding Susan Grange’s Fortis Fortuna, Coyle delivered a blazingly fast double clear effort that could not be touched, despite the efforts of 45 of the industry’s top show jumping combinations. 247 more words

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