H&H's Rachael Turner is among the runners donning their trainers to support equine causes at this year's London Marathon
Triple Badminton winner Ian Stark, 61, is one of those taking part in the 26 mile race
This Sunday a number of brave runners from the equestrian world will be tackling the Virgin Money London Marathon for worthy causes
Equestrian charities will be well represented in this year's London marathon, with several thousand pounds already raised
Ian Stark knocked 11mins off his previous time, while former H&H blogger National Hunt trainer Tom Symonds finished in a sensational time of 2hr38min
Among the thousands of runners taking to the streets of the capital for the Virgin London Marathon this weekend (Sunday 21 April) will be stalwarts of the equestrian world and those fundraising for equine causes
The paralysed eventer revealed today that she has raised almost ï¿¡203,000 for Spinal Research
A huge crowd turned out on The Mall in central London to cheer her over the finishing line. She has walked the entire route of the marathon in a robotic suit
Marathon sponsors Virgin made the announcement following concern that the paralysed eventer would miss out on an official medal
Claire Lomas hit her £50,000 fundraising target today after 10 days of walking the London Marathon course.
If not singing, Claire Lomas was certainly smiling in the rain on day four of her attempt to walk the London Marathon in a robotic suit
The paralysed rider managed 2.25miles yesterday and is back on the course today in her quest to walk the London Marathon in a robotic suit
The paralysed eventer will walk the Marathon in a robotic suit to raise £50,000 for Spinal Research
Paralysed former four-star event rider Claire Lomas will walk the London Marathon on 22 April in a special robotic suit.
Watch a video of the paralysed four-star eventer training in her robotic suit. Claire hopes to raise £10,000 for Spinal Research
In episode 141 of the Eventing Radio Show, H&H photographer Trevor Meeks shares his experience of running the London Marathon with Chris Stafford
Thousands of runners, several for an equestrian cause, will take to the streets of London this weekend for the 31st Virgin London Marathon.
H&H photographer Trevor Meeks is running the 2011 London Marathon in aid of the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK
Thousands of runners took to the streets of London last Sunday (25 April) for the Virgin London Marathon and a large number of them came from an equestrian background or were running for an equine cause
Two members of the H&H team will be running the London Marathon this Sunday in aid of World Horse Welfare and the Spinal Injuries Association.