In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 29 January, we bring you a bloodstock special complete with a look at the latest talents to enter the thoroughbred breeding sheds and the most influential National Hunt sires, plus H&H looks into how organisations are working with health and safety regulations. We also investigate whether horse sport is doing enough to attract new riders. You can also enjoy all the news and reports, including racing from Cheltenham, hunting from the Carmarthenshire and much more.
What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 29 January 2015
- Thoroughbred stallion guide: H&H checks out the latest talents to arrive from the breeding sheds
- Top National Hunt stallions: We take a look at the most influential jump sires in Britain and Ireland
- Living with health and safety: How are organisations working with legislation and making it fun?
- Talented producers: H&H talks to the people producing horses on a small scale, with big success
- Hunt heroes: We meet 24-year-old Masterpiece, who hunts twice a week with the Cattistock
- Racing: Cheltenham and Leopardstown
- Racing: Bloodstock
- Racing: Richard Johnson comment
- Hunting: Carmarthenshire and Hursely Hambledon
- Hunting: Andrew Sallis comment
- Dressage: Merrist Wood and highlights
- Dressage: Carl Hester comment
- Showjumping: Global focus: Zurich and Florida
- Showjumping: Global round-up
- Showjumping: Arena UK, SNEC and round-ups
- Point-to-point: Chipley Park, Higham, Coclebarrow and more
- Point-to-point: Darren Edwards comment
- Is horse sport doing enough to attract new riders?
- Death is a reminder of the dangers of clipping
- One year on, is the fly-grazing bill in Wales working?
- Letters: Have your say
- Ask H&H: How can I be protected when trying a horse?
- Vet clinic: Enhancing showjumping performance
- Subscription offer: sign up today for huge savings
- The moment: Polly Gundry
- Horses for sale: new on the market this week
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