Horse & Hound; 13 July 2017

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 13 July 2017, don’t miss our feature on how stable management varies between the Netherlands and Britain, plus read our interview with top dressage rider Emile Faurie. In this week’s ‘Vet clinic’ we investigate how serious scar tissue can be and check out our profile on Hickstead Derby winning-horse Golvers Hill. We also have reports from Barbury Horse Trials, dressage at Hartpury, racing action from Sandown Park and much more.

    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 13 July 2017


    • A ‘step forward’ in horse and rider road safety
    • Fresh calls for rule change after blood elimination
    • Prosthetic equine limbs: should they be used?
    • A new weapon in the fight against laminitis
    • Showing Life: Riders raise impressive amounts for charity, a 21-year-old Dartmoor enjoys his return to the ring and more


    • Going Dutch: How stable management varies between the Netherlands and Britain
    • Multi-purpose horseboxes: We speak to owners getting creative and making the most of their investment


    • Best of my fun… Hazel Jackson
    • Property: Homes in Yorkshire
    • Vet clinic: How serious can scar tissue be?
    • Masterclass: Simon Reynolds
    • H&H interview: Emile Faurie
    • My inspiration: Tiny Clapham


    • Letters, plus magazine editor’s comment
    • Eventing: Mark Phillips
    • Dressage: Richard Davison
    • Showjumping: Louise Whitaker
    • Showing: Simon Reynolds


    • Eventing: Barbury, Aske, Great Meadow and highlights
    • Dressage: Hartpury and highlights
    • Endurance: King’s Forest
    • Showjumping: Keysoe, Kent County, Royal Norfolk and international highlights
    • Showing: National Hunter Championships, Royal Norfolk, Monmouth and more
    • Hunting: Wales & Border Counties Hound Show
    • Racing: Sandown Park
    • Polo: Rundle Cup

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