This month marks the 35th anniversary of Pat Parelli’s first seminar. H&H talks to the trainer himself and finds out what others make of his methods
The dressage warm-up area can be an intimidating place for both you and your horse. Here's some advice on how to ride the perfect warm-up for maximum results
Dressage rider and British Equestrian Federation Futurity judge Lesley Peyton-Gilbert shares her top tips for getting the most out of your walk
Take a look at this range of dressage competitions you need to enter this week
Spring may have sprung at last and bridleways no longer resemble a mud bath, but that doesn't stop us from dreaming about one of these horseback safaris, where hacking takes on a whole new meaning...
Dressage rider and self-confessed "control freak" Sarah Millis shows H&H readers how to produce plaits which will wow the judges
We meet eight inspirational Wobbleberries at a training session with Andrew Hoy ahead of their daunting challenge
The end of the hunting season can leave you feeling flat and pining for an adrenaline rush. But there's plenty to keep you and your horse busy, says Tessa Waugh
Ramp up the fitness with these properties complete with an all-weather gallop
If the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials has always been on your hit list to visit, but you've still not taken the trip to Gloucestershire, take a look at our spectator guide to one of the world's greatest equestrian events
Horse & Hound's dressage editor Alice Collins, who is currently competing at prix st georges level, shares her simple steps for achieving the perfect canter
With Mother's Day fast-approaching, take a look at these horses suitable for mother-daughter sharing for sale on the Horse & Hound website this week
Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week
Victoria Brant, author of the blog 'Diary of a Wimpy Eventer', is on a mission to get her nerve back and get out competing. Here she explains why you're not alone if you're suffering with sometimes crippling eventing nerves...
We can't all be Kevin Sparrows of this world, but the following advice should improve the quality of the images you take, as well as those you finally select, to show any horse off to the max on the flat
Here Jason Webb of Australian Horse Training helps one H&H forum user with a loading and travelling problem after an incident on the road that knocked his confidence
If anyone is allowed to be biased towards dressage, it's our dressage editor Alice Collins. To celebrate this week's dressage special issue of Horse & Hound, she puts forward her argument as to why dressage is actually superior to showjumping...
This week (23 March 2017) Horse & Hound welcomes a new showjumping columnist, Brian Walker, who will pen his insightful “An American in Europe” comment every month
Debby Lush, a List One British Dressage (BD) judge and a registered BD trainer, gives the solutions to your queries
Sports psychologist Inga Wolframm gives her expert advice for coping with competition day