Horse & Hound's dressage columnist discusses triumphs and challenges, and passion to be ignited
Horse & Hound's dressage columnist banishes loud patting and own horse-itus to her 2018 room 101
Enjoy highlights from 2017 as they were captured by Horse & Hound's photographers
Horse & Hound's guest dressage columnist analyses Olympia’s standout performers
The stallion was one of Britain’s most influential and successful dressage horses
The Royal Windsor Horse Show celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2018 and features top-class action across five disciplines
The rider aims to start her new ride’s international career next spring
The petition calls for a revision of dressage rules to allow bitless bridles at all levels
The sire lives on through his progeny, who are achieving success in different disciplines
Dressage rider and trainer Hannah Biggs shares her secrets for managing her horses as the temperatures drop
Got the post-Olympia blues? Pick your self up with our whistle-stop tour of some of the highlights
2017 was a year full of highs and sadly, some terrible lows too. Here are the most-read news stories on horseandhound.co.uk from the past 12 months
Have you managed to keep track of all the ups and downs in the world of dressage this year? Test your knowledge in our ultimate dressage quiz...
The Olympic champion led officers from the display team in some flying changes in the warm-up arena
Hindsight is a wonderful thing — which is why we have asked some of our top riders what they wish they could have told their 15-year-old-self, from listening to their parents to getting their head down at school
The dressage superstar has been enjoying winning in a different discipline...
Kleenex were out in full force at Olympia this time last year (14 December 2016) as Valegro officially retired from competition. And in true Valegro-style, the then 14-year-old embraced the spotlight like any showman would...
Members need to be positive to resolve system flaws, says Horse & Hound's guest dressage columnist
Sweden's Patrik Kittel takes grand prix freestyle honours, with Britain's Emile Faurie an agonisingly close second
Charlotte Dujardin and Carl Hester may not have been competing at Olympia 2017, but they captivated the crowds with their demonstration with Emma Blundell’s hugely exciting nine-year-old mare Mount St John Freestyle