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Kent Farrington took top spot in tonight’s 2nd leg of the World Cup final after 21 riders made it through to the jump-off, prompting controversy about the time allowed

Britain’s stars took the grand prix at the World Cup dressage final this afternoon, setting a new world record in the process

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Endurance Horse Race in Jordan's Wadi Rum

No venue for European Championships

A new venue is needed for the 2015 endurance European Championships

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Chloe Vell’s dressage blog: Revising for GCSEs after disappointment in Holland

Our young dressage blogger ruminates on the soaring highs and crushing lows of an intense competition schedule and balances riding with her school work, while her modelling career takes a back seat

One British and 2 Irish riders are gunning for an place on a new European elite program designed to help future stars.

Switzerland’s star rider topped the opening round of the World Cup showjumping final tonight, while Britain’s Scott Brash and Michael Whitaker both had a fence down

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Founder of Scott Dunn’s Equine Clinic dies

Peter Scott Dunn was the vet to the Royal Household for more than 30 years

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Emily Ham’s driving blog: have a go at TREC

H&H’s driving blogger explains what’s involved in the fun sport of driven TREC, from map reading to pegging out washing

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New report highlights risks of HS2

Fresh concerns have been raised over the impact that the rail project will have on the environment