Horse & Hound: 18 September 2014

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 18 September, read our exclusive interview with Zara Phillips plus reports from Blenheim and Moreton show. We also bring you news of a shocking new study highlighting the dangers faced by vets and we also explain how retirement livery works. You can also enjoy all the news and reports from the past week.

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    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 18 September 2014



    • H&H interview: We talk to Zara Phillips about why winning team silver at WEG wasn’t an easy journey for her



    • Hunting: Pictures from meets across the country
    • Eventing: Blenheim and Burnham Market
    • Eventing starting box: Goring Heath
    • Showjumping: Spruce Meadows, Hickstead and more
    • Showjumping comment: Graham Fletcher
    • Brits abroad: Showjumping from GCT Lausanne
    • Dressage: Field House, Jersey Area Festival and more
    • Dressage comment: Pammy Hutton
    • Sport horse: Brightwells Elite Event horse sale
    • Riding Club: National Championships
    • Team Chasing: Belvoir P065_HAH_SEP18
    • Showing: Moreton, National Hunter Supreme and more
    • Showing comment: Stuart Hollings
    • Polo: Guards autumn nations tournament
    • Racing: Doncaster and Irish Champions weekend
    • Racing comment: Ralph Beckett
    • Bloodstock: Doncaster sales
    • Driving: Carriage Driving Extravaganza



    • Shocking new study highlights dangers faced by vets
    • Club introduces breakthrough new rule for polo safety


    • Letters: Have your say
    • Ask H&H: How does retirement livery work?
    • Vet clinic: What’s new in the vet world
    • Subscription offer: sign up today for huge savings
    • The moment: Patrick Martin


    • Horses for sale: new on the market this week

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