What’s in today’s Horse & Hound?


    • Early-season schooling: Top coach Caroline Moore looks ahead to the
      eventing season
    • High-tech training: H&H puts it to the test
    • Trainer or traitor? How much should trainers and pupils expect of each other?


    • Racing: Cheltenham and Leopardstown
    • Racing comment: Robert Thornton
    • Bloodstock: Four-timer Black Jack Blues
    • Hunting: South Shropshire
    • Hunting comment: John Holliday
    • Point-to-point: News and views
    • Point-to-point comment: Richard Woollacott
    • Showjumping: Zurich and Addington
    • Showjumping comment: Tim Stockdale
    • Dressage: Vale View, regional reports and more
    • Dressage comment: Richard Davison
    • Sport horse: BEF breeders’ awards dinner
    • Brits abroad: Showjumping and dressage
    • Showing: NPS Area 7


    • Spate of barn fires in the USA prompts safety warnings
    • Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro wow the crowds in Florida
    • Digital edition of H&H launched


    • Letters: Have your say
    • First and last: Hallmark IX
    • Vet clinic: Alternative remedies
    • Thruster of the week: Charlotte Alexander
    • Results: Who won what this week
    • Subscription offer: Sign up today for huge savings
    • From the archives: This week in 1907


    • Horses for sale: New on the market this week


    • SEEKING SELECTION: We weigh up the Olympic outsiders and what they need to do
    • HUNT SWAP: Trading countries, from the draghounds of Sandhurst to the foxhounds of the Hurworth
    • POINT-TO-POINT: News, results and gossip from five meetings around the UK
    • VET CLINIC: How does a horse like Master Minded cope with being on box-rest?
    • PLUS: Top riders’ first ponies, the latest competition clothing, showjumping, dressage and more
    • On sale Thursday 9 February


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