Horse & Hound; 24 November 2016

In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 24 November 2016, don’t miss our ‘Point-to-point special’, including an interview with champion jockey-turned-trainer Jacqueline Coward, advice on preparing for your first ride, full fixture list and more. Plus read our H&H interview with top British showjumper Holly Smith and in ‘Vet clinic’ we look at dealing with a rig. We also have reports from the British Dressage National Convention, hunting from the South Pembrokeshire, racing from Haydock and Ascot plus more.

What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 24 November 2016



  • Concerns over heat for horses at Tokyo Olympics in 2020
  • Para medallists’ pleas for funding
  • Should the RSPCA step back from prosecutions?
  • MPs back slaughterhouse CCTV campaign
  • Hunting Life: Newmarket hosts annual art exhibition and a meet host receives hunt buttons
  • Sport Horse Breeding Life: A Goresbridge record is set and Phoebe Peters has a new ride
  • Showjumping Life: A boost to William Whitaker’s string, plus Step Up To Gold riders are chosen

Point-to-point special


  • Access all areas: We visit the champion jockey-turned-trainer Jacqualine Coward at home
  • First-time jockeys: Having your debut ride this season? Read our advice on making it a success
  • Owning pointers: H&H investigates the options for funding a racehorse to go pointing
  • Fixtures list: Plan your 2016/2017 season



  • The best of my fun: Harry Skelton
  • Property: Homes near racecourses
  • Vet clinic: How to deal with a rig
  • H&H interview: Holly Smith
  • Move it like: Katy Marriott-Payne
  • Hunt hero: Barnaby
  • At home with: Becky Woolven
  • The horse that made me: Ian McKie


  • Letters: Your views
  • Editorial comment: Content director Sarah Jenkins
  • Hunting: Andrew Sallis
  • Dressage: Carl Hester
  • Showjumping: Peter Charles


  • Hunting: South Pembrokeshire
  • Dressage: British Dressage National Convention plus highlights
  • Showjumping: Scottish premier Show, Rodbaston, Bury Farm and international highlights
  • Racing: Haydock, Ascot and Punchestown


  • Horses for sale

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