In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 16 January, don’t miss our ‘Training special’, including how different methods of holding the reins can impact on your horse, plus training buddies and technology that can help riders improve. Read our ‘Careers’ feature, with our secrets to impressing employers, plus read all the news and reports from the week.

What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 16 January 2014

Training special

  • Taking the reins: how can the differing methods of holding the reins impact on the horse’s movement?
  • Training buddies: save money in training fees and work with a buddy or a useful set of ‘eyes on the ground’
  • Science in the saddle: from rein sensors to girth monitors, how can technology improve our training?

Features

  • Hunt heroes: H&H meets Red, a field master’s dream
  • Readers’ horse diaries: new year, new horse — our readers recount their experiences with a new mount
  • Career special — job hunting: we find out if jobs in the equestrian sector are solid, or if times are tough

Reports

  • Hunting: North Staffordshire and Hunting life
  • Hunting comment: John Holliday
  • Racing: Warwick and Kempton
  • Point-to-point: regional reports
  • Point-to-point comment: Jacqueline Coward
  • Foreign show in focus: Longines CSI Basel
  • Showjumping: Bury Farm, Addington, SNEC and more
  • Showjumping comment: William Funnell
  • Brits abroad: showjumping and dressage
  • Dressage: West Wilts and Askham Bryan
  • Sport horse breeding: comment

News

  • Industry figures say retrospective microchipping is vital
  • Aachen will not hold an FEI Nations Cup this year
  • Leading equestrian retailers in financial difficulties

Regulars

  • Letters: have your say
  • Vet clinic: treating sarcoids
  • Subscription offer: sign up today for huge savings
  • The moment: Sam Waley-Cohen

Classified

  • Horses for sale: new on the market this week
  • Career special

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