In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 26 November, we bring you the point-to-point special, including an interview with champion jockey Gina Ellis and a look at the history behind the colours. We also look at the relationships between mothers and daughters who compete. You can also enjoy all the news and reports, including racing from Haydock, hunting from the South Shropshire and Dulverton Farmers and much more.

What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 26 November 2015



  • British horses becoming fatter
  • Eventers oppose ‘three on a tem’ proposal
  • Brit one step closer to four-star record
  • MIM safety clip tested by British Eventing
  • Europe to launch new showjumping league



  • The best of my fun…: the grand prix dressage rider Daniel Sherriff
  • Property: Equestrian homes near good pubs
  • Vet clinic: Keratoma — healing hooves
  • H&H interview: America’s top femal showjumper Beezie Madden
  • Move it like…: Dressage star Spencer Wilton
  • Hunt Hero: The deceptively quick cob Sherhona
  • Mothers and daughters: This relationship produces the sweetest rivalry
  • Jean François Pignon: How the French horse-whisperer works his magic
  • Eventing masterclass: Chris Burton helps with reading a distance for the perfect take-off spot: you’ll be jumping clear in no time

Point-to-point special


  • At home: Point-to-point champion Gina Ellis
  • Turning pro: How do you make the leap from amateur to riding under Rules?
  • History: The story behind the colours



  • Hunting: South Shropshire and Dulverton Farmers
  • Dressgae: BD National Convention and regional highlights
  • Showjumping: Aintree National Amateur and Veteran Championships and Scottish Premier
  • Eventing: Stuttgart undoor cross-country
  • Racing: Haydock and Ascot


  • Letters: Your views
  • Editorial comment: Point-to-point editor Aimi Clark
  • Dressgae: Acting print director Alice Collins
  • Showjumping: Graham Fletcher
  • Racing: Richard Johnson


  • Horses for sale
  • Horseboxes
  • Jobs

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