Horse & Hound; 3 December 2015

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 3 December, we bring you the review of the year, complete with facts, figures, pictures, highlights and lowlights. We also look into the possibility of the BBC axing their red button service. You can also enjoy all the news and reports, including racing from Newbury, hunting from the Quorn and Eggesford and much more.

    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 3 December 2015



    • When to euthanise: new support for owners
    • Will the BBC axe the red button?
    • New class for juniors at HOYS
    • Fraudulent dealer fined
    • Cian O’Connor appeals Aachen decision



    • The best of my fun…: Gemma Tattersall
    • Property: Equestrian homes with canter tracks
    • Vet clinic: Could it be Cushing’s?
    • H&H interview: Point-to-point rider Will Biddick
    • Move it like…: showjumper Phillip Miller
    • Horse Hero: Showjumping star Molly Malone V
    • Christmas gifts: Last-minute ideas
    • 2016: Our pick of charity equestrian calendars

    Review of the year


    • Facts and figures: 2015 in numbers
    • Picture gallery: The year captured on camera
    • Horses of the year: Equines who hit the headlines
    • People of the year: The high flyers of 2015
    • The big stories: This year’s hot topics
    • Dear Horse & Hound: Our mailbag highlights
    • Stories: The weird and the wonderful
    • Farewell…: Those the equestrian world sadly lost
    • Thrills and spills: Gallery of unplanned dismounts



    • Hunting: Quorn, Eggesford and Dianas of the Chase Cup
    • Showjumping: Keysoe CSI2*
    • Dressgae: Regional highlights
    • Eventing: Stockholm indoor and eventing life
    • Bloodlines: Hochadel the Hanoverian
    • Racing: Newbury and bloodstock
    • Point-to-point: Black Forest Lodge and Cottenham


    • Letters: Your views
    • Editorial comment: Acting print director Alice Collins
    • Showjumper: William Funnell
    • Dressage: Pammy Hutton
    • Sport horse breeding: Carole Mortimer
    • Eventing: Alec Lochore
    • Point-to-point: Darren Edwards


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