Horse & Hound's dressage columnist asks when a top dressage judge will be installed at Badminton
Dressage Olympian Richard Davison highlights his pressure and release techniques, which he uses daily in his training
'To receive this honour from the Spanish Riding School, an institution that inspires millions, is so humbling'
“We prioritise that all of our horses go out in the field every day, and unfortunately it carries a risk of acute injuries like this"
World, Paralympic and European medallist Ricky Balshaw (pictured) is coming out of retirement to take on the new discipline along with a fellow GBR star
Horse & Hound's guest dressage columnist suggests bridging the gap between youth and senior prospects
When our editors were asked which horses in their disciplines had names with spellings that grated on them, it didn't take long for them to reply...
Horse & Hound's dressage columnist muses on the ‘curious’ disappearance of major backers
Carl Hester dominates the Royal Windsor arena, piloting Barolo to grand prix freestyle victory
In his latest book 'The Cobs Can! Workbook', Omar Rabia looks at progressive training exercises designed specifically for cobs. Here, ridden piaffe is introduced
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has also ruled the horses' temporary suspensions be lifted after evidence showed their feed had been contaminated
The FEI has introduced a new "specified substance" category to its anti-doping rules
“Unusual in an attractive and interesting way,” is the Cambridge Dictionary’s definition of “quirky”. So far, so good. But anyone who has spent their time browsing horses for sale adverts, and travelling to far-flung corners of the country to try promising mounts, knows that this six-letter word can be used…
Britain's largest outdoor horse show kicks off this week (10-14 May 2017) in The Queen's back garden at Windsor Castle. If you can't make it to Royal Windsor this year, here's how to keep up with all the action on TV
When the gates open for this year's Royal Windsor Horse Show (10-14 May), visitors will see some exciting new additions to the schedule…
Horse & Hound's dressage columnist on how becoming a dressage professional is not an easy task
"His temperament was second to none and lives on through his numerous progeny"
As the the Olympic dressage gold-medallist prepares to make the trip from his Gloucestershire home to Royal Windsor Horse Show next week (10-14 May 2017), he explain what is so special about his sport
With the news that a one-eyed horse called Patch has been entered into the Kentucky Derby this Saturday (6 May 2017), Horse & Hound celebrates some other competition horses that adapted well and kept on winning after after losing an eye
“We’ll miss her big kind eyes and huge ears, always pricked forward”