Our young dressage blogger has been busy training, working with a 'testing personality', and taking on more modelling to help pay for her training and competing
H&H's Content Director Sarah Jenkins reflects on how equestrian athletes manage their adrenaline
H&H's blogger explains the importance of ensuring your horse always moves forward off your leg and updates us on World Cup preparations
This week has all been about looking for a job, frolicking in the snow and losing shoes for Hovis...
A common injury found in hunters, blackthorns can lead to potentially catastrophic infections — vet Karen Coumbe explains
H&H’s eventing editor considers the juggle of working out which horse trials to enter, as entries prepare to open for the first BE fixtures of the season
H&H's point-to-point columnist reflects on and supports comments that point-to-pointing must remain an amateur sport
H&H's racing columnist reflects on some recent decisions made by the British Horseracing Authority
Find out what Hovis has been up to since his mother has been off injured...
H&H's dressage columnist welcomes thoughts from World Horse Welfare on monitoring levels of possible abuse within the sport