Harry Charles is one of showjumping’s most exciting young talents and 2018 certainly was a year to remember from the Hampshire-based 19-year-old
‘Anyway, the good news is that it is actually possible to improve on perfection, and that’s why I’ve come up with the following New Year’s Resolutions...’
Here’s some helpful pointers from Irish international showjumper David Simpson on how to ride a perfect dog leg line while showjumping
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Some people dislike puns – but we’ve got a message for those neighsayers, and it’s that, erm, you probably won’t want to read the rest of this article!
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Make the most of having some amazing competition venues on your doorstep...
Take a look at this selection of event horses for sale on the Horse & Hound website this week
The 27-year-old put in a superb first four-star performance in France this autumn and is aiming high for next season
To celebrate this octogenarian’s outstanding contribution to equestrian sport over the years, we rifled through the picture archives to find just a few of our favourite ‘Harvey moments’
Prepare to be amazed — watch this superstar pony jump bridle-less with four-star eventer Imogen Murray
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Next up in our 12 days of Christmas feature is show producer and the reigning Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) pony supreme, Lucy Glover
The four-day show has six sessions, including one on New Year’s Eve, and combines top class sport with live music and spectacular family entertainment
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Find out why 2018 has been a ‘dream year’ for this young rider
From festive dressing up to Christmas Days hacks and Boxing Day hunting — including our four-legged friends into our Christmas is easy enough when you use a little imagination. Here, you share your festive horsey antics...