Fiona Bigwood made her Olympic intentions crystal clear at Saumur, while Michael Eilberg's dream season continued
Carl Hester believes he has the means to secure Uthopia's future
Chloe has had a turbulent few weeks with some good results and some frustrating moments
Members of the public have pledged to help buy Uthopia for Carl Hester
Horse & Hound's dressage columnist questions whether some riders in particular should be allowed to ride in BD's silver section
The London 2012 team gold medallist is ‘working hard to find backers to help buy him’
The London 2012 gold medal winner is to be sold to the highest bidder as part of bankruptcy proceedings
Two new championships have been added to the British Dressage calendar and the traditional gypsy cob classes have been expanded
What better way to celebrate the 100 day countdown for the Olympics today (27 April 2016) than with 100 brain teasers to put your knowledge of Olympic trivia to the test...
The multiple Olympic medal-winning rider has revealed which horses are out of contention and who she is aiming for this summer's Games
A week-old chestnut colt has attracted attention from across the world
British dressage riders with an eye on the Rio Olympics have been enjoying success at international shows on the continent
17.2hh Denford Surprise was a huge transition from Phoebe’s 14.2hh gold medal-winning pony St Lucci
Horse & Hound's dressage columnist talks national championships, warm-up wusses and questionable judging
In response to our news editor Eleanor Jones' reasons why showjumping is better than dressage, Horse & Hound's dressage editor puts forward her arguement as to why dressage is actually better than showjumping...
Every British team rider from the London 2012 Olympics will be competing at this year’s Royal Windsor Horse Show
Sophie reports back from some very important competitions both at home and abroad
We each have our favourite discipline — and each has its own charms, as well as its drawbacks. Here a showjumper argues for her sport over dressage — but do you agree?
The six proposals were submitted to the Equestrian Federation of Finland and will be put to vote on 24 April
Top names head to Keysoe for the first international show on home soil this year