Enjoy competing in unaffiliated dressage and looking for the next step? Then check out British Dressage’s My Quest series
If you want to try something different with your horse or pony, take a look at this range of competitions and training opportunities on offer
Equine massage therapist Laura Marsden takes a look at how massage can improve and maintain your horse’s performance, from increased flexibility to relieving poll tension
It is the highlight of the equestrian calendar this summer, but what does it take to pull a European Championships off? We take a look...
Our pick of properties with excellent hacking on their doorstep around the country
In the latest instalment of The Blueberry Stories, which tell the real-life story of Olympic gold medallist Valegro, Carl Hester shares some words of wisdom on training for the readers
Here’s how to keep up-to-date with the Longines FEI European Eventing Championships in Strzegom, Poland (17-20 August), both online and on TV
If you're not put off by the prospect of keeping a grey horse clean, take a look at this selection of greys for sale on the Horse & Hound website this week
Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week
There are some competition days that we will never forget — for all the right or wrong reasons. Emma Shadbolt asks top riders what their most memorable moments are
Find out how to prevent your horse from becoming dehydrated, and the signs to look out for
If you spent more time playing Mary King's Riding Star computer game than riding your real-life pony — it's likely you were a horsey child of the 90s
Once we’ve won the Lottery, bought a top yard, filled it with quality sport horses and a few lorries to top it off, we might just start splashing on some of this equestrian jewellery. There’s no harm in dreaming, right?
Spillers' equine nutritionist Clare Barfoot provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to feed electrolytes
With this year's Mongol Derby starting today (9 August 2017) get up to speed on the facts and figures about this gruelling race
It’s not uncommon to find mirrors in the arenas of most professional riders, so what do they find useful about them?
Navigating the often bewildering world of bits can be daunting. Andrea Oakes finds out whether bitting clinics could be the answer
The promise of top class eventing might have pulled in the punters for the Festival of British Eventing, but once they'd arrived at Gatcombe Park, it was a whirlwind of Pony Club showjumping, the Shetland Grand National and dog agility
Performance and sport psychologist Camilla Henderson explains how she helped three-star eventer Harriet Dickin get back on track following a rotational fall
Red telephone boxes, Big Ben, bearskin-clad guardsmen — the showjumping course at the Longines Global Champions Tour of London (4-6 August 2017), was certainly not half-hearted when it came to celebrating the capital