What’s in today’s Horse & Hound?


    • H&H challenge: Showing rider Louise Bell tackles dressage with the help of Michael Eilberg
    • RS Surtees Society: The society heads north for a sporting celebration


    • Hunting: High Peak Harriers
    • Racing: Cheltenham
    • Racing comment: Robert Thornton
    • Point-to-point: News and views
    • Point-to-point comment: Richard Woollacott
    • Showjumping: Geneva, Ingliston and more
    • Dressage: Addington and Kingswood
    • Dressage: Regional reports
    • Showing: Royal Welsh Winter Fair
    • Sport Horse: Brightwells


    • Mary King crowned eventing’s world number one
    • Riding schools offer cut-price deals to beat recession
    • Carl Hester becomes an event horse owner
    • Event rider comatose after heavy fall
    • Scottish hunts killing twice as many foxes as before the ban
    • Popular grass-roots horse trials calls it a day
    • British Showjumping takes up schoolgirl’s invention


    • Letters: Have your say
    • Joe Clayton reveals his dream of winning a medal
    • Vet clinic: Winter hoofcare special
    • Thruster of the week: Heather Moodie
    • Results: Who won what this week
    • Subscription offer: Sign up today for huge savings
    • From the archives: This week in 1992


  • Horses for sale: New on the market this week


    • OLYMPIA: 18-page special report- Carl Hester and Utopia’s World Cup challenge, plus top jumping, M&Ms, extreme driving and more
    • FEATURE: Lunge-lines and luvvies — the riding course for actors
    • VET: Cold weather and competition horses — how to survive until next spring
    • HUNTING: Hunting editor Catherine Austen tackles stone walls in Ireland
    • PLUS: Showjumping from Forest Edge, dressage from Rowallan and Father Christmas reveals
    • On sale Thursday 22 December


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