Horse & Hound; 11 February 2016

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 11 February, we investigate whether there is asuch a thing as a women’s horse and whether rider gender affects horses. You can also enjoy our competition feed special. Plus read reports from the Melton Hunt ride, showjumping from Arena UK, racing from Leopardstown, Sandown, Musselburgh and much more.

    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 11 February 2016



    • Are riders putting themselves in danger by hiding injuries?
    • £100,000 fines for three UAE stables
    • Top trainer says eventing’s Olympic future could be at risk
    • Eventing Life: New opportunities for competitors



    • The best of my fun…: Ruth Edge
    • Property: Equestrian homes with horse walkers
    • Vet clinic: The effects this winter’s wet and mild weather is having on horses
    • H&H interview: Becki Penny
    • Move it like…: Point-to-point jockey Gina Ellis
    • Horse Hero: The Painted Black son Carinsio
    • Is there such a thing as a woman’s worse? Does rider gender affect horses?
    • Products: Feed for fat and thin horses
    • Competition feed special: The best diet for an injured horse on box rest
    • The horse that made me…: Tina Fletcher


    • Letters: Your views
    • Editorial comment: H&H‘s head of sports Pippa Roome
    • Hunting: Andrew Sallis
    • Showjumping: Peter Charles
    • Eventing: Event organiser Natalie Gaibani
    • Dressage: Carl Hester
    • Point-to-point: Alan Hill



    • Hunting: Hampshire Hunt, Co. Galway and the Melton Hunt ride
    • Showjumping: Arena UK small pony premier, regional highlights and Bordeaux CSI5*
    • Eventing: Bordeaux indoor XC
    • Dressage: Regional highlights
    • Racing: Leopardstown, Sandown and Musselburgh
    • Point-to-point: Larkhill, Horseheath and Broklesby


    • Horses for sale
    • Jobs

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