H&H's guest columnist looks back at highlights of the NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships
Watch a behind-the-scenes video of Daniel Crane meeting H&H's 130th birthday cover star Valegro
Lucy Higginson considers how the equestrian world has changed during the 130 years that Horse & Hound has been in publication
Read Carole Mortimer's punchy views on why horses should not be raised or kept on small patches of land where they can't roam or stretch their legs sufficiently
Learn how to teach your horse to move away from your leg aid from the ground, keeping your training harmonious
There may be glitz and glamour at Aintree and Cheltenham, but when horses have had taxing runs on difficult ground, their prowess in points may be affected, says our columnist
Marmoog, the alleged “ringer” ridden by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum at the 2012 Euston World Championships, is not the only horse switch allegation
Geoff Billington reveals why the Blue Chip Winter Championships is one of his favourite fixtures — and why he's the best masterclass compere there is...
H&H's eventing columnist on which young talents caught the eye at Belton, the latest on the Jock Paget doping case and why the FEI has scored a miss
The date for New Zealand eventer’s doping tribunal has still not officially been set, but there is speculation that it will take place on 30 April
High premiums and unclear policies put many riders off personal accident insurance, but is it too great a risk not to be covered?
Guest columnist Tom Scudamore discusses the popularity of the winning jockey and the fiasco of the false starts in the Grand National
In our exclusive video Nicola Wilson explains what makes her partnership' with Opposition Buzz so great
Read the latest vet research on surfaces in a piece guest edited by Nick Skelton
H&H's dressage columnist debates whether more riders would benefit from time spent riding their horses bareback
Are horse owners asking too much of vets by expecting 24hr care? That is the concern being raised by industry professionals
Your horse should be fit not fat, says our showing columnist, but why demonise the judges?
A cross-country injury could have proved fatal for Natalie McGoldrick's eventer Promise Me III, but patience and some new technology came to the rescue
H&H's showjumping columnist talks frankly about "the most consummate professional" he's ever come across
H&H's eventing columnist reflects on Badminton's entries, showjumping stewarding and bringing horse trials to a new audience in New Zealand