Camilla Henderson and Zoe Taylor reveal eight ways in which you can build and improve your confidence
While we can control how much money and time we spend on fitness, training and equipment, what do you do as a rider when your mindset starts to fail you and negative thinking sets in?
Whether you’re a professional rider or a weekend hacker, confidence issues can affect us all. H&H speaks to a therapist and one rider who has successfully regained her nerve
The well-being of our equine athletes might be our number one priority, but the power of a rider’s sleep for boosting performance in the saddle should not be underestimated. Here’s how to get some more time in the land of nod...
You might think that PTSD is something reserved for those who have been in battle, but it’s a lot more common in equestrian sport than you might think
Read these top tips from performance psychologist, Charlie Unwin, to help you get a head start this season
With mental health increasingly prominent on the national agenda, Andrea Oakes finds out why riders can be particularly susceptible to problems — and how to combat the problem
A new year means new goals for you and your horses. So Jessica Crandon ask the experts how to set realistic goals — and stick to them
As social media has continued to grow in popularity, so have keyboard warriors. But what can you do about them?
Current world number two showjumper Mclain Ward shares the struggles he has faced caused by the pressure of his sport — and how he has learnt to cope with it over the years
Performance and sport psychologist Camilla Henderson explains how she helped three-star eventer Harriet Dickin get back on track following a rotational fall
Sports psychologist Inga Wolframm gives her expert advice for coping with competition day
After years of fearlessly riding other people's 'project' horses, Victoria Brant was finally in a position to buy her own horse. But after opting for a four-year-old warmblood, she quickly realised she had made a mistake...
Rider confidence coach Sue Gould-Wright shares her advice on taking control of your nerves — and explains why they're there in the first place
Wondering how to make the most of those long, dark evenings before the clocks go forward? Give your CV a boost with an equestrian course that fits around your day job, says Hanna Lindon
Horse & Hound spoke to sports psychologist Dr Inga Wolframm to discover the science behind the mental state riders can often find themselves in following a fall
Horse & Hound meets sports performance coach Danielle Olding to find out how taking a different approach to your riding can give you the edge in the competition world
A short documentary on the use of sports psychology in dressage has been produced, which could help competition riders
Researchers at Kingston University are looking for riders who compete regularly to complete an online 15min questionnaire
Why do riders regularly risk life and limb to event, hunt and team chase?