Horse & Hound; 21 July 2016

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 21 July 2016, read about the impact Brexit will have on the veterinary profession. Also continuing the Road to Rio series, we talk to families who have Olympic blood running through their veins. You can also read reports from Aachen, the Badminton young dressage horse championships and much more.

    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 21 July 2016



    • Improving the lives of all UK horses
    • What impact will Brexit have on the veterinary profession?
    • ‘Not on my yard’ anti-bullying campaign gathers support
    • Top hats banned in competition in New Zealand
    • Dressage Life: Pony Europeans team announced, disapproval over qualifying ratios and more

    Road to Rio


    • H&H interview: Andreas Ostholt
    • How I won my medal: Beezie Madden
    • Horse hero: Super Nova II
    • Olympic dynasties: the families with Olympic blood running through their veins
    • My Olympic horse: Leslie Law


    H&H vet - heart murmurs

    • The best of my fun: Jos Verlooy
    • Property: equestrian homes in Shropshire
    • Vet clinic: heart murmurs — when to worry
    • Preview: A look ahead to the Royal International Horse Show
    • Education: making the most of open days


    • Letters: Your views
    • Editorial comment: magazine and eventing editor Pippa Roome
    • Eventing: Mark Todd
    • Dressage: Anna Ross
    • Showjumping: Graham Fletcher
    • Showing: Katie Jerram



    • Eventing: Aachen, Eridge, Upton and highlights
    • Dressage: Aachen and highlights
    • Sport horse breeding: Badminton young dressage horse championships
    • Showjumping: Aachen, Great Yorkshire, Scottish Summer Extravaganza, Pyecombe and more
    • Showing: Great Yorkshire, NPS Area 25 Summer, Kent County and North of England
    • Hunting: Great Yorkshire hound show
    • Polo: Gold Cup at Cowdray Park and the Indian Empire Shield at Guards


    • Horses for sale
    • Education special

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