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...
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
Retraining of Racehorses has launched a new challenge to 'showcase the thoroughbred's versatility'
The hunting and showing enthusiast is being cared for in the Royal London Hospital after being airlifted from the accident
When the temperatures are plummeting below zero, the mud is knee high and we haven't seen the yard in daylight for months, it's important to remind ourselves just why we are proud to be British...
Horse & Hound's hunting columnist reveals the situation surrounding his arrest and why he thinks it was a 'pointless expense'
What happens in the early morning at a hunt kennels? For our Pack of the Week feature in Horse & Hound’s 19 January issue, photographer Sarah Farnsworth visited the VWH kennels in Gloucestershire and found out
The rider flew across the Atlantic for her day out on the 23-year-old Olympic medal-winner
The owner of a building company took an 18hh Shire out, and described his day's hunting as an 'amazing experience'
Queenie's 77-year-old owner regularly takes her out, with her 75-year-old husband and his 26-year-old mare
Horse & Hound's hunting columnist talks anti-hunt activity, being prepared and more
"However people's views on hunting may differ, firing a gun in the proximity of where children and adults are riding is not an acceptable form of protest"