Horse & Hound; 7 January 2016

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 7 January, we bring you all of the news, reports and controversy from the brand new Liverpool International showjumping show. We also look into how to keep boys keen on riding and teething problems in young horses. You can also enjoy reports from racing at Cheltenham and hunting with the Duke of Beaufort’s and much more.

    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 7 January 2016



    • Controversy as rider stripped of title at Liverpool
    • No change to FEI rules after Bertram Allen’s appeal
    • Knighthood for AP McCoy
    • UAE endurance: is the clean-up working?
    • Stopwatches allowed at lower eventing levels
    • Dressage Life: Top horses change hands ahead of Rio



    • The best of my fun…: Scott Brash
    • Property: Equestrian homes under £500,000
    • Vet clinic: Teething problems in young horses
    • H&H interview: Litta Sohi
    • Move it like…: Daniel Sherriff
    • Hunt Hero: Hunting inspiration Brian
    • Boy zone: The secrets to keeping boys keen on riding
    • Dressage masterclass: Ruth Edge helps with pirouettes and flying changes
    • Rider fitness: The yard workout
    • The horse that made me…: Katy Marriott Payne


    • Letters: Your views
    • Editorial comment: H&H‘s content director Sarah Jenkins
    • Showjumping: John Whitaker
    • Dressage: Anna Ross
    • Racing: Richard Johnson



    • Showjumping: Liverpool International, plus the thrills and spills in pictures
    • Hunting: Duke of Beaufort’s, plus East Sussex and Romney Marsh
    • Racing: Cheltenham, Newbury and Sandown
    • Point-to-point: Cottenham and Larkhill


    • Horses for sale

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