Horse & Hound; 2 February 2017

In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 2 February 2017, don’t miss our mares special including features on which riders get on better with mares, what to do when they show a moody side and much more. Plus we bust myths on feeding for competition and in this week’s H&H interview we talk to Chris Bartle. Also, read our reports from racing at Cheltenham, showjumping from around the UK and abroad and more.

What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 2 February 2017


  • Special report: soring, the shame of Tennessee
  • ‘Absolutely gutted’: London Spring International Horse Show cancelled
  • Action taken to combat warm-up arena issues
  • New boss of SPANA on how helping working equines also helps people
  • Dressage Life: Emile Faurie’s new ride, Nicky Patrick returns from injury, plus babies and bumps


  • The best of my fun: Robert Bevis
  • Property: Yards with American barns
  • Vet clinic: All about acupuncture
  • H&H interview: Chris Bartle
  • Master it with: Sam Roberts
  • Access all areas: Behind the scenes at a vet clinic
  • Training: How to use a stopwatch across country
  • Horsecare: Myths about feeding for competition
  • Products: The best competition feeds
  • Hunting: The chase in art
  • Pack of the week: Pytchley
  • Inspiration: By Ferdi Eilberg

Mares special

  • Horse hero: Quicklook V
  • Riders for mares: Who will gel with the girls?
  • Management: Which feed and tricks work
  • Having a mare: When mares show a moody side


  • Letters: Your views
  • Editorial comment: Magazine editor Pippa Roome
  • Dressage: Pammy Hutton
  • Showjumping: Paul Barker
  • Racing: Dan Skelton
  • Point-to-point: Darren Edwards


  • Dressage: Highlights
  • Showjumping: Aintree Elite, Morris Equestrian Small Pony Premier and international highlights
  • Racing: Cheltenham
  • Point-to-point: Thorpe Lodge and Chipley Park

Classified ads

  • Horses for sale
  • Horseboxes and vehicles
  • Insurance
  • Jobs

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