In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 12 January 2017, don’t miss our feature on the 50 greatest horsemen who have gone down in history, can you guess who they are? We also find out how riders can boost their confidence in the saddle, plus don’t miss our ‘Careers special’ and how to bag a place on a top equestrian course. In this week’s ‘Vet clinic’ we take a look at shoulder injuries in horses and we have reports from racing at Samdown Park, hunting action with the Fernie and more.

What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 12 January 2017

News

  • Business rates hike could hit equestrian sport
  • FEI plans meetings over Dubai endurance
  • A new joint appraoch to tackling welfare issues
  • New owners for Barbury Castle Estate
  • Hunting Life: Teenager completes a challenge for charity and a university beagle pack needs help
  • Eventing Life: Gearing up for British success this year, while newly-wed riders see out 2016 in style

Features

  • The best of my fun: Louisa Lockwood
  • Property: Superb manor homes with stables
  • Vet clinic: Shoulder injuries
  • H&H interview: Maxime Livio
  • Master it with: Richard Davison
  • Hunt hero: Nereo
  • 50 greatest horsemen: H&H’s pick of equestrian legends who go down in history
  • Training: Showing producer Jayne Ross on how to teach horses manners for the show ring
  • Boosting confidence: We find out what riders can do to take positive action and keep nerves away
  • One the tail of: Philip Cowen MFH
  • Careers and education special: How to bag yourself a place on the most popular courses
  • Inspiration: By William Funnell

Opinion

  • Letters: Your views
  • Editorial comment: Content director Sarah Jenkins
  • Hunting: Andrew Sallis
  • Dressage: Anna Ross
  • Sport horse breeding: Carole Mortimer
  • Showjumping: Graham Fletcher
  • Eventing: Mark Phillips
  • Point-to-point: Darren Edwards

Reports

  • Dressage: Highlights
  • Sport horse breeding: Bloodlines
  • Showjumping:Keysoe, Field House and more
  • Racing: Sandown Park
  • Point-to-point: Larkhill, Alnwick and Wadebridge

Equo listings

  • Find events in your area

Classified ads

  • Horses for sale

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