Keeping up with the Kaimanawas 

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Don’t be fooled by the title of H&C’s new series – as Keeping up with the Kaimanawas couldn’t be further from its Californian counterpart.

While it features three very glamorous sisters, with long glossy hair, the Wilson sisters are a world apart from the Kardashians.

Keeping up with the Kaimanawas follows top showjumpers and trainers Vicki (25), Kelly (23) and Amanda (19) as they go on their wildest ride yet. Their task is to save the Kaimanawa horses from slaughter and train them for New Zealand’s first ever national Wild Stallion Challenge.

The show makes for essential viewing as the girls are often wilder than their horses! As Amanda says, they are “unorthodox, competitive and don’t hold back”.

You can watch episode one and two of Keeping up with the Kaimanawas on Catch Up now.

Episodes three and four premiere on Horse & Country TV and Amazon Video on Sunday 18 February at 7:30pm.

Series 1

  • 1. Keeping up with the Kaimanawas
    • Follow the Wilson sisters as they go on their wildest ride yet saving New Zealand's Kaimanawa horses from slaughter and training them for the first national Wild Stallion Challenges.
  • 2. Keeping up with the Kaimanawas
    • The Wilson sisters face up to the wild stallions they saved from the muster. Threatening charges and defensive bites are all very real presenting dangers as the difficult work begins.

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