What’s in today’s Horse & Hound?


    • H&H interview: Edward Gal and Hans Peter Minderhoud talk frankly about the future
    • Dressage to music: Why you should give it a go
    • 80% is the new 70%: The rise of big scores
    • Ones to watch: Potential stars of the future
    • Products: Are you convinced by crystal bling?


    • Racing: Cheltenham Festival
    • Racing comment: Nick Luck
    • Racing comment: Robert Thornton
    • Hunting: On the tail of… Elaine Barker
    • Point-to-point: News and views
    • Point-to-point comment: Jacqueline Coward
    • Team chasing: Taunton Vale
    • Dressage: Kingswood EC, regional reports and more
    • NEW dressage comment: Carl Hester
    • Eventing: Aldon and Lincolnshire
    • Eventing comment: Mark Phillips
    • Eventing starting box: Somerford Park
    • Endurance: Round-up
    • Showjumping: Paris and the Hand EC
    • Showing: BSPS Area 6
    • Brits abroad: Olympic disciplines


    • Vets warn of heightened risk of a deadly equine disease
    • What next for Gold Cup winner Synchronised?
    • “Fly grazing” in Wales reaches crisis point


    • Letters: Have your say
    • First & last: Comanche
    • Vet clinic: Cleft palates
    • Subscription offer: Sign up today for huge savings
    • Results: Who won what this week
    • From the archives: This week in 1997


    • Horses for sale: New on the market this week


    • World number one Rolf-G ¶ran Bengtsson at home
    • The grass v surfaces debate
    • Who missed out on buying Milton?
    • PLUS: Innovative boot designs to suit all budgets
    • DRESSAGE: ‘If he was a person, he’d be a movie star’ – Hiscox Artemis gears up for his biggest summer
    • VET: Laminitis special – the latest news on equine metabolic resistance
    • EVENTING: All the action from Gatcombe, plus the new advanced at Burgham
    • PLUS: Hunting from the Heythrop, racing from a packed card at Newbury and much more.
    • On sale Thursday 29 March


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