In this month’s Eventing magazine, read part two of our essential guide on horse trials in 2015. We also bring the breeding special including a look at four-star stallions and ex-racehorses who have carved successful careers as eventers. Ben Hobday also talks us through how to keep maximum power in your canter while going cross-country. You can enjoy all the news and reports from the last two months.



What’s in Eventing magazine: April 2015

Breeding special

  • Top boys: Chilli Morning and the other stallions who’ve competed at four-star
  • French paradise: We visit Jouetard, the stud where double world young horse champion Tenareze started his life, and meet the next stars to watch out for
  • Bred to race, winning eventing: The bloodlines of ex-racehorses Ortolan and Sqadron Leader
  • Multi-talented: Through the keyhole at the stud where Emily Llewellyn is based with polo player and showjumper Max Routledge


  • Keep the revs up: Stay confident cross-country by adding maximum power to the canter. Ben Hobday explains how
  • Horse Trials guide part 2: Essential info on every British Eventing fixture from July to October: what the organisers and riders say about the events, plus cross-country statistics from 2014
  • A case of yard envy at Piggy French’s: Our rider diarist Louise Harwood goes visiting for World Class training, is “out-blinged” at British Dressage and starts her eventing season


  • Riders react to new dressage tests
  • The case for medical armbands remaining cumpulsory
  • New Burghley course
  • Death of a supersire

The regulars

  • World news
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  • Legal eagle
  • Blair diary
  • Tried & Tested: Clothing
  • Results


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