In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 21 November, don’t miss our native breeds special isssue, including why people are choosing these versatile breeds, how to find a native star, plus find out more about part-bred natives. Also inside is our winter management feature, with 21 ways to survive the cold weather, plus reviews of books and DVDs that are perfect for Christmas.

What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 21 November 2013

Native Breeds Special

  • Why are natives in vogue? Why people choose to buy this breed of pony and how to find your native star
  • Native crosses: the tide is turning as people seek straightforward, versatile and economical horses
  • Great native role models: some of the most adaptable natives and how owners bring out their best

Features

  • Hunt heroes: meet the Portman field master’s horse, An Ri Mor — a ‘perfect mix of quality and draught’
  • Winter management: 21 ways to survive the cold
  • Christmas gifts: books and DVDs

Reports

  • Hunting: Zetland
  • Hunting life: news from around the country
  • Racing: Cheltenham and Punchestown
  • Foreign show in focus: Stuttgart
  • Showjumping: Addington, Aintree and more
  • Showjumping comment: Graham Fletcher
  • Brits abroad: showjumping from Europe
  • Dressage: Solihull, Bishop Burton and highlights
  • Sport horse breeding: when more is not better

News

  • Uproar as showing society proposes mandatory safety hats
  • Jock Paget tells H&H: “I know I am innocent of doping offence”
  • Mistral Hojris to bow out with demo at Olympia

Regulars

  • Letters: have your say
  • Ask H&H: footpaths in paddocks: the rules
  • Property: find better value by shopping in winter
  • Vet clinic: soft tissue injuries in stifles
  • Subscription offer: sign up today for huge savings
  • The moment: Sam Roberts

Classified

  • Horses for sale: new on the market this week

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