Liz Falkingham

Liz Falkingham

Jumping a great round is about much more than just clearing the fences. How you get from fence to fence is a key part of the round, and flying changes…

While there’s nothing more satisfying than a neatly-clipped horse, all velvet smooth and ready to work without working up a sweat, getting to that point isn’t always plain sailing...…

The use of small plastic training aids known as Franklin balls to help riders improve their body awareness so they can send clearer signals to their horse is growing among…

Deemed a controversial subject by some, Horse & Hound asks well know names in the world of 'natural horsemanship', as well as riders competing in mainstream disciplines, what the term…

Mucking out is never a favourite yard job, particularly in winter. For some, deep littering is the answer — but what are the pros and cons? H&H investigates

Thinking of using spurs during dressage training or competition? Here’s what you need to know when choosing the best ones for you

For some, turnout boots are an essential part of keeping their horse protected while in the field. Others, however, believe bare is best when it comes to legs. H&H looks…