The Horse & Hound showjumping columnist looks at how showjumping horses have changed over the past few years
The talented Irishman has won the prestigious jumping award for the second year running
You know what they say about keeping it in the family? These equestrian offspring have done just that....
A discrepancy in rules between disciplines is causing controversy. H&H looks at what can be done.
Laura Renwick will be Team GBR's sole representative in Gothenburg, after Michael Whitaker and Scott Brash fail to make the cut
Competitors from 17 countries will take part in eight sports at the world’s only all female Pan-Arab sports tournament
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist comes up with some solutions for British Showjumping to improve the standard of riding in the UK
To celebrate the Olympic gold medal winning showjumper's 33rd birthday today (30 January 2016), we've dug deep into the archives to find pictures from a time when Ben Maher didn't have medals hanging round his neck...
Catch up with the latest sponsorship news from the equestrian world
Bruce's daughter Jessica is one of the country’s top 10 showjumpers
The dressage, eventing, showing and showjumping specials are to be edited by top riders, find out who...
Disabled rider Karen Bostock explains why a new opportunity for para showjumpers at Arena UK this weekend (29-31 January 2016) means so much to her
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist reviews the miusch-discussed blood rule, draw reins and investing in the sport's future
Germany has brought in new rules promoting 'good riding' and against 'any aggressive riding or training methods'
With the London GCT at risk, is showjumping disappearing from the capital?
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist praises the new Liverpool International show but has some stern words for the FEI with regards to rules
The former home of Classic Dressage in Bucks has reopened under a new name as a livery yard and unaffiliated show centre
The popular one-eyed stallion has jumped his final competitive showjumping round with Malin Baryard-Johnsson
John Whitaker shares his views on the first running of the Liverpool International show
London and Paris are look to battle it out to host a leg of this year's Longines Global Champions Tour