In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 19 November, we bring you a full report on the thrilling Global Champions Tour final from Doha. We also look at surprising results from a recent analysis of cross-country falls, talk to breeders of Connemaras and explain how to care for your horse after hunting. You can also enjoy all the news and reports, including racing from Cheltenham, hunting from the Crawley and Horsham and Dunston Harriers and much more.

What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 19 November 2015



  • FEI stands firm on blood rule
  • Recent cross-country fall analysis generates surprising results
  • Racing world mourns Pat Eddery
  • Fears over future ketamine use
  • Could horses ward off asthma?



  • The best of my fun…: Jonty Evans
  • Property: Equestrian homes near racecourses
  • Vet clinic: Is sports medicine ethical?
  • H&H interview: Natasha Baker on her new star Sookie, thriving in the heat and more
  • Move it like…: Showjumper Spencer Roe
  • Horse Hero: HOYS supreme pony Sarum Rembrandt has ‘little man syndrome’
  • The Connemara craze: The breeders who choose Connemaras
  • Hunting: Winter care after the chase
  • Products: Survival gear for the colder months
  • Future stars: The event horses to watch
  • The horse that made me…: Showing producer Justine Armstrong-Small on Zin Zan



  • Showjumping: Doha Global Champions Tour final, Scottish BS championships
  • Hunting: Crawley and Horsham and Dunston Harriers
  • Dressage: Team Quest final and regional highlights
  • Sport horse life: The latest news
  • Racing: Cheltenham and bloodstock


  • Letters: Your views
  • Editorial comment: Acting print director and eventing editor Pippa Roome
  • Showjumping: John Whitaker
  • Dressage: Carl Hester


  • Horses for sale
  • Horseboxes
  • Jobs

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