What’s in today’s Horse & Hound?


    • The H&H interview: Gina Andrews
    • Prince and pauper: Two very different set-ups
    • Future of the sport: Problems facing point-to-point
    • Three to follow: Who to look out for this season


    • Rory Gilsenan: King of the last resort


    • Racing: Cheltenham
    • Bloodstock: Kauto Stone’s high profile
    • Hunting: South Herefordshire
    • Hunting comment: John Holliday
    • Team chasing: Bicester
    • Dressage: Vale View, Rodbaston and Sheepgate
    • Dressage: Regional reports
    • Dressage comment: Pammy Hutton
    • Showjumping: Hand EC November Dazzler and more
    • Brits abroad: Belgium, Germany and America


    • Showjumpers head to Florida to prepare for 2012
    • Stocks of the late Hickstead’s semen running low
    • Stockland Lovell pays compensation to former employee
    • MOD says low-flying case is closed
    • Vets on alert for killer disease
    • Equine landmark gets new home in Australia


    • Letters: Have your say
    • Lynne Crowden reveals the trouble with forums
    • Property: Preventing a flood
    • Vet clinic: Displaced tendons
    • Thruster of the week: Tom Riall
    • Results: Who won what this week
    • Subscription offer: Sign up today for huge savings
    • From the archives: This week in 1971


    • Horses for sale: New on the market this week


    • LUCINDA RIDES…Comberton Clancy, the horse Jayne Webber rode one-handed to HOYS supreme
    • HUNTING: Charles Moore enjoys a day out with the Cattistock
    • VETERINARY: Denerving — when it’s the right thing to do
    • FEATURE: Why smaller horses are so coveted — and so hard to find
    • PLUS: Showjumping from Addington, dressage from Rowallan and much more
    • On sale Thursday 24 November


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