Don’t miss Horse & Hound magazine’s fantastic Shows 2002 special issues
This year’s Horse & Hound Show Numbers 2002 are bigger and better than ever with a massive 2,800 show dates packed into the first 188-page bumper issue.
Having planned your competition campaign, enjoy expert advice from leading trainers and riders from all the disciplines to help make this season your most successful yet.
Peter Storr, Britain’s national dressage champion for the second year running, talks about the ups and down of the past 12-months, while Jennie Loriston-Clarke explains how she found her horse of a lifetime, Dutch Courage.
Newcomer to the Britishshow jumping team Scott Smith, looks back on his his break into the big time, plus there’s expert advice for juniors on how to make the step up to international level competitions.
Top showing producers Robert Oliver, John Keen, Katie Moore and Jennifer Williams reveal the magic ingredients, which make the perfect show hack, and top native producer and judge Julia Woods explains how her love affair with the Connemara first began.
Other in-depth special features include:
- Andrew Graham of Dressage Horse International on British breeding
- How eventing’s rising star Caroline Pratt, got to represent her country
- Why Georgina Frith has sold her driving team
- What makes the ultimate endurance horse?
- Are you over-bitting your horse?
Plus all the regular news, reports, results, and the first in Horse & Hound’s new “Ride of my life” series.
The first show issue will be available in your local newsagents from tomorrow (21 February). Part two is out on 28 February and part three from 7 March.
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