The row in showing over riding hats rumbles on, but wearing a helmet is not yet universal outside of competition either
Should what you wear on your head be a matter of personal choice? Or do societies need to take the lead?
Record levels of rainfall continue to cause misery for the equestrian community, leaving fields saturated and stables flooded. Now there are concerns for the start of the event season too
Tina Cook tells H&H why she has decided to retire the TeamGB stalwart and what lies in store for his future
H&H's point-to-point columnist discovers that brushing offers the best workout and there are new opportunities for novice riders
Tweseldown is battling Government environmental advisers in order to continue running competitions
Brough Scott highlights the problems caused by the rising Somerset Levels
Qatar is increasingly becoming a force to be reckoned with in the horseworld, with growing prominence in racing and showjumping circles
H&H's guest showjumping columnist speaks out in support of British Showjumping's new gold, silver and bronze leagues, but thinks the changes don't go far enough
Organisers say they are feeling the effects of the London Olympics legacy, as Windsor and Bolesworth gain 3* status for the first time
H&H's showjumping columnist gives his opinions on the resurgence of British showjumping
British showjumping had fallen from the spotlight, but now with British riders at numbers 1 and 2 in the world — how did we get so good again?
Expert advice from H&H's veterinary consultant about how to combat mud fever during a wet winter
Don't let the weather pose a risk to your horse's health during this difficult season
Horse & Hound's hunting columnist expresses his concern over the increasing level of saboteur activity affecting lawful hunting activities
Proposals to separate high-speed endurance into a separate discipline, or exile it from the FEI altogether, have been floated by national federations
As 15-year-old Amicelli runs a decent race, our point-to-point columnist asks, how old is too old?
As the country prepares to commemorate 100 years since the outbreak of World War I, H&H looks back at the role of horses and what is being done to remember their involvement in the ‘war to end all wars’
In this week's comment, H&H's dressage columnist explain why he thinks there is too much jargon in the world or dressage and introduces his new dog from Battersea
Daryl Jacob discusses the controversy over the decision of who rides Big Buck's in his comeback race this weekend