In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 5 March, we bring you the eventing special, guest edited by Oliver Townend. Oliver looks at some issues in modern-day eventing, including what type of horse is best suited to current events, and we ask how can the sport attract more owners? Plus we bring you the full Cheltenham Festival previews, from an interview with Willie Mullins to a full form guide. We also ask whether colic could be a matter of geography. You can also enjoy all the news and reports, including hunting from the Taunton Vale and Old Berks and much more.
What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 5 March 2015
- Horse types: Why riders need to assess their mounts
- Putting the hours in: The hard graft required
- Oliver’s heroes: He reveals his sporting inspirations
- Valuing owners: How can the sport attract more?
Cheltenham Festival preview
- H&H interview: We visit Willie Mullins in Ireland
- Andrew Nicholson: Ahead of his Cheltenham ride
- Tips from the experts: The Festival fancies
- Form guide: Our lowdown on the runners
- Hunting show horses: Does it give them the edge?
- Hunt heroes: 28-year-old Laddie, who after 24 consecutive seasons still lives for his hunting
- Prolific pointers: Findlay’s Find
- Racing: Doncaster and Newbury
- Hunting: Taunton Vale and Old Berks
- Hunting: Richard Gurney comment
- Dressage: Merrist Wood, Morris and highlights
- Showjumping: Solihull, Bury Farm and round-up
- Showjumping: Global round-up
- Point-to-point: Horseheath and Cothelstone
- FEI action after continued endurance welfare concerns
- Could colic be a matter of geography?
- Britain’s top vaulter retires from competition
- Letters: Have your say
- The best of my fun, I owe it to…: Tim Stockdale
- Property: Equestrian property within reach of London
- Vet clinic: Atypical myopathy
- Subscription offer: sign up today for huge savings
- The horse that made me: Nikki Crisp
- Horses for sale: new on the market this week
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