In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 28 November, don’t miss our point-to-point preview, with H&H interviews and a focus on first-timers. Read our ‘Mentoring excellence’ feature, on how a mentor can make all the difference to your performance, plus read all the news and reports from the week.

What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 28 November 2013

Point-to-Point Preview

  • The H&H interview: we meet reigning men’s champion Will Biddick, as he aims for his third title
  • Training pointers: you don’t need top facilities to train a pointer — just some grass and some grit
  • First-timers: H&H meets some riders preparing to go between the flags for the first time

Features

  • Hunt heroes: 16-year-old “chestnut flying machine” Mr Fox from the Hampshire Hunt
  • Mentoring excellence: whatever your ambition, a mentor can make all the difference to your performance

Reports

  • Racing: Haydock and Ascot
  • Racing comment: Brough Scott
  • Bloodstock: more power to Mullins
  • Hunting: Dulverton West and Derwent
  • Foreign show in focus: Longines Global Champions Tour
  • Showjumping: South View and round-ups
  • Dressage: Bicton, Myerscough and highlights
  • Dressage comment: Carl Hester

News

  • Grass roots riders abandon affiliated shows due to cost
  • Scott Brash wins the Longines Global Champions Tour
  • Pressure for new fly-grazing laws as 100 horses put down

Regulars

  • Letters: have your say
  • Ask H&H: can I get funding for my new business?
  • Vet clinic: the consequences of heavy horse falls
  • Subscription offer: sign up today for huge savings
  • The moment: Nick Gauntlett

Classified

  • Horses for sale: new on the market this week

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