Our dressage blogger is celebrating international para wins followed by success at the winter championships

Our point-to-point columnist highlights the importance of the once-a-year hunt race to local supporters and urges more people to get involved with their local meeting


Fizz Marshall’s therapy blog: Diva fever

The Equine Therapy Centre manager shares her top tunes from the winters, an extreme makeover and steps boldly into the wonderful world of twitter

Ponies UK South Show, 4th May 2013

Stuart Hollings: Showing classes shouldn’t be judged like a driving test [H&H VIP]

Judges must be educated to use their full range of marks, but it’s not a driving test and marks will vary, says our showing columnist


Chloe Vell’s dressage blog: Revising for GCSEs after disappointment in Holland

Our young dressage blogger ruminates on the soaring highs and crushing lows of an intense competition schedule and balances riding with her school work, while her modelling career takes a back seat

H&H’s driving blogger explains what’s involved in the fun sport of driven TREC, from map reading to pegging out washing

Jockey Daryl Jacob bring us up to date with his recovery and explains why he has the utmost respect for event riders

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Hovis’ Friday diary: ‘All women are mad’

Hovis just cannot get his head around ‘women’ this week and has got certain evidence to back up his theory that the opposite sex are in fact ‘mad’…

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Anna Ross Davies: Hartpury champs are like an international [H&H VIP]

H&H’s guest columnist looks back at highlights of the NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships

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Chloe Chubb’s showing blog: Early HOYS and RIHS tickets for Warwick

H&H’s showing blogger has made an excellent start to the season with her New Forest stallion, picking up tickets for HOYS and RIHS at their first attempt