A closer take-off point and a cafeteria-style diet — that is the key advice that Sian Barton received for her ex-racehorse during the last of her Saracen Horse Feeds/H&H ex-racehorse to event horse 2016 bursary training sessions
Jason Webb of Your Horsemanship is a renowned UK-based horse trainer with a passion for starting young horses, solving equine problems and teaching riders of all abilities and ambitions develop and strengthen the partnership they have with their horses. Here Jason helps one H&H forum user who is having difficulty…
Dressage Olympian Richard Davison highlights his pressure and release techniques, which he uses daily in his training
It’s hard being a novice — particularly if you’ve got horsey friends who just seem effortlessly good at it. But nothing in equestrian life is effortless — and if you asked your friends, they’d give you the following advice…
Four-star event rider Coral Keen provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to build up the hind end of a horse
In Ferdi Eilberg's demonstration at the British Dressage national convention last weekend (19-20 November), entitled 'International here we come — moving up to PSG and Inter I ', he worked with his son Michael's ride Sa Coeur
At the British Dressage national convention (19-20 November), Stephen Clarke worked with a range of breeds to demonstrate how to get the most out of them — whatever their size or type
At last weekend's British Dressage national convention (19-20 November), Ferdi Eilberg began by focusing on the fundamental dressage building blocks — from the right approach to take with young horses, to the value of having a plan
Simon Lawrance, MFH, four-star event rider and UKCC Level 3 coach shares his thoughts on how hunting can help your horse's training
At last weekend's British Dressage national convention at Hartpury College (19-20 November), Gareth Hughes gave his expert advice on perfecting simple and flying changes. Here's what we learnt...
This time of year is traditionally when many young horses are started under saddle. Once you’ve got to the stage where they’ve accepted the rider and done the initial riding away process, however, what are the essentials for a young horse to learn?
Make sure you can recognise the signs of equine fatigue and know how to delay its onset through appropriate riding
The Olympic eventer gives her step-by-step guide to an exercise to help you with skinny corners, and fences that require you to jump with pinpoint accuracy
The Olympic eventer takes us through a step-by-step guide to one of her favourite exercises — a bounce to a parallel to a bounce — which aims to stop your horse rushing, and think about where he's placing his feet instead
Four-star event rider and multi junior and young rider European eventing medallist Georgie Spence provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to make the optimum time across country
Make the most of the winter months to cram in some jump training
If you want to improve your flat work skills , then take a look at this selection of forthcoming dressage clinics that you can get involved with
It is often the little mistakes that mean riders are giving away marks in dressage tests. H&H asks three dressage judges for their top three mark-losers and pet hates in the arena
The Olympic dressage silver medallist shares three exercises to help improve the rideability of the horse, giving the rider control, confidence and calmness
As we storm towards the end of the year and into October, have you renewed your British Riding Club membership yet? Or perhaps you’re still deciding whether to join your local riding club? Here’s why you should get involved...