In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 28 May, we bring an equestrian property special which icludes a market analysis and homes to blow the budget. We also look into how professional riders mentally cope with falls and injury, plus we find out what makes Chilli Morning so special. You can also enjoy all the news and reports, including eventing from Saumur, showjumping from the Rome Nations Cup competition and much more.

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What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 28 May 2015



  • Riders propose new equestrian ethics committee
  • Is there a future for ride judging?
  • How should dressage update its image?
  • Agenda: keeping you in the loop

Property special


  • Market analysis, homes to blow the budget – and directory of top equestrian estate agents



  • H&H interview: Sam Roberts on ponies, rosettes and getting a buzz from the ring
  • Horse hero: What makes Chilli Morning so special
  • Bouncing back: Tim Stockdale, Briam Toomey and others reveal how they have dealt with the effects of injury
  • Hunting in the US: The thrill of the chase in the Land of the Free



  • Eventing: Saumur, Rockingham Castle, Bishop Burton – and introducing Harry Meade’s comment
  • Eventing starting box: Mount Ballan, Llyanymynech and more
  • Dressage: Somerford Premier League, highlights and Carl Hester comment
  • Showjumping: Nations Cup in Rome and more
  • Endurance: Golden Horseshoe
  • Showing: Royal Ulster, Lincolnshire Spring Show and Simon Reynolds comment
  • Point-to-point: Lydstep and Aspatria


  • Letters
  • The best of my fun, I owe it to…: Guy Williams
  • Property: Homes with long drives
  • Vet: Treating club foot and vet news
  • Move it like: Michael Eilberg
  • The horse that made me: Sue Rawding


  • Horses for sale

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