Are you counting down the days to autumn hunting? Can't wait until the puppy show? Dying for your horse's holiday to come to an end? Sounds like you're missing the hunting season...
The rider suffered broken ribs but the horse was unharmed in the fall, which was caught in a sequence of pictures
Police powers to unmask violent protestors have been simplified in a new law that has just come into force
Horse & Hound's hunting columnist debates new hat standards and paperless measuring
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
Horse & Hound's hunting columnist on his wrongful arrest and an ‘idiotic’ waste of police time
From four-star eventers to top racehorses, here are a few of the equine celebs we’ve spotted on our hunting travels this season
'The type of person who thinks it is acceptable to post comments about somebody they do not know following such a tragedy should not be welcomed in a modern society'
The trio all pleaded not guilty and are now taking legal advice following the conclusion of the three-day trial
a 'money can't buy' auction with the chance to secure a nomination to Tamarillo clone Tomatillo will also feature
Horse & Hound's hunting columnist discusses the relationship between the huntsman and his hounds
The hunt is working with authorities including Defra and Public Health England to determine the 'best way forward'
It might be nearly the end of the season, but Heythrop stud groom Tony Stroud gives Horse & Hound his top tips for turning your horses out perfectly for a day’s hunting
Set in Powys, adjoining the Shropshire boundary, the Tanatside country comprises the vales of Severn, Vyrnwy and Tanat — an intoxicating tide of valleys and hills
Horse & Hound's hunting columnist pens a letter from the 'front line'
If your heart sinks as the days get longer and the sight of diamante brings you out in a cold sweat, you may well be addicted to hunting...
To celebrate Valentine's Day today, we look at some of the tell-tale signs of what is known in hunting circles as scarlet fever...
Just at that moment when you're feeling a little nervous at the meet, you catch a glimpse of someone so small you're not entirely convinced they can even walk on their own two feet, and you suddenly wonder why you're making such a fuss...
‘There is only one way to jump a hedge and that is cleanly’, says Mike Felton, joint-master of the Blackmore and Sparkford Vale. He tells Tessa Waugh how to make that happen
When they saw a loose horse on their way home from a hunt ball, the glamorous ladies leapt into action