Emily explains how she has managed to survive the second half of some very wet winter months
The charge has sparked debate among producers, breeders and riders across the globe
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Emily updates us with news of a new sponsoship deal and some of her hopes for the forthcoming season
A discrepancy in rules between disciplines is causing controversy. H&H looks at what can be done.
The Dutch driver saw off favourite Boyd Exell and overnight leader Koos de Ronde in the drive-off today
Our driving blogger has a surprise new addition to the driving seat
We want to know which event in the equestrian calendar you consider to be the most "British" — from the sea of tweed at the Cheltenham Festival, to the rolling Gloucestershire hills of Badminton Horse Trials
The scurry featured two of the charity's rescue ponies
We've rounded up some interesting — and entertaining — facts about the Christmas extravaganza
Eventer Pippa Funnell is taking part in World Horse Welfare’s Santa vs Scrooge Scurry Stakes
Emily has enjoyed a great day learning newbies the ropes when it comes to driving
Don't know much about carriage driving? Not sure what all the fuss is about? Ahead of this year's Olympia Horse Show (15-21 December 2015) Team GB carriage driver Dan Naprous gives us a taste of the sport's drama
Our carriage driving blogger, inspired by Anna Grayston’s gold medal success at the pony World Championships, is keen to be back driving a pony pair
Tomorrow (7 October) all of the action at Horse of the Year Show in Birmingham kicks off. Here's why we're excited about the 2015 equestrian extravaganza
British carriage drivers have picked up individual gold and team bronze at the FEI world driving championships for ponies
Emily has an exciting new team member to introduce to us who will hopefully be a star of the future
After a 13 day equestrian extravaganza, the FEI European Championships in Aachen are over in a blur of tears, tension and relief
The British squad has been selected for the FEI European Driving Championships. The three-strong squad will travel to Aachen to compete later this month.
How can the prohibitive costs of travelling four-in-hand teams be overcome, and how can driving attract more spectators?