s
[ ]
    [ ]
      [ ]

        Vicki, Kelly and Amanda Wilson are prominent figures on the equestrian scene, having competed with success at the highest levels of show jumping for many years. Since 2012, the sisters have also become widely known for their work with New Zealand's wild horses. With the top-rating television show, Keeping up with the Kaimanawas, the documentary Wind Eaters (directed and filmed by Amanda) and Kelly's two best-selling novels, For the Love of Horses and Stallion Challenges, they have made Kaimanawas a household name in New Zealand. Since then they have continued to advocate for wild horses around the world, taming and raising awareness about the plight of the American Mustangs and Australian Brumbies.