The Horse & Hound website was first launched back in October 2000. This section of the website is home to the archive of online content published since the site was launched.

You may find some absolute gems in our archive, but there may also be some content that is out of date, so please check when an article was published to put it into context. If you find an article which you feel would benefit from being updated, please bring that you the attention of our website team.

Please note this is not an archive of Horse & Hound magazine, although there may be some content which has also been published in our print edition.

The most recent significant update to the website took place in August 2014, where the site became responsive to the size of the device you are using to view the site. So if you visit us on your mobile you will see all the content in a single column, but if you prefer to use your tablet, you will get two columns and articles expand widthwise to fill the screen. If you use a laptop or desktop computer, you will get either a three or four column view, depending on your screensize. We hope that this makes visiting the Horse & Hound website a more enjoyable experience for all.

If you would like to give feedback on the current design, please email our website editor Carol Phillips.

Horse & Hound Awards 2017: voting terms and conditions

You are voting for the winners of the Horse & Hound Awards in the following ten (10) categories: TopSpec Vet of the Year; NAF Five Star Profeet Farrier of the Year; Horseware Groom of the Year; Volunteer of the Year; NAF Five Star British Riding Club of the Year; Pikeur…

Horse & Hound Awards 2017: Nomination Terms and Conditions

Promoter of the Horse & Hound Awards (“Awards”): Time Inc. (UK) Ltd, (“TIUK“), which has its registered offices located at the 161 Marsh Wall London E14 9AP and is a company registered in England and Wales under company number 53626. Method of Nomination By post: You can complete the nomination…

At last we are able to enjoy some warm weather — but that means horse owners need to be prepared for the flies, sunburn and hard ground that are the inevitable result, so here are H&H's summer tips to help you and your horse keep your cool