Horse & Hound; 8 February 2018

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 8 February 2018, don’t miss our ultimate spectator guide for 2018, including the must-see events for your diary this year. We also meet the amateur riders who are successfully juggling high-powered jobs with competing. In this week’s ‘Horse hero’ we check out puissance-winning showjumper Top Dollar VI and read our interview with New Zealand event rider Jonelle Price. We also have reports from hunting with the Bedale, plus showjumping and dressage action and racing from Leopardstown and Sandown Park and much more.

    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 8 February 2018


    • Anti-rollkur campaign takes a step forward
    • When does ‘bad’ riding become abuse?
    • Research proves ladies ride just as well as men
    • Charity’s scheme is Changing Lives
    • Sport Horse Breeding Life: Lynne Crowden recognised for British breeding contribution and Patrik Kittel takes on triple world young horse champion
    • Eventing Life: Family doubles at first JAS of 2018, plus one new baby and scholarships in the mix


    • 2018 spectator guide: Our selection of must-see events for your diary this year
    • Extraordinary amateurs: We meet the riders who juggle high-powered jobs with competing
    • Bruges: H&H visits the city to discover what life is like for the horses who take centre stage
    • Products: We round up some of the innovative new products revealed at this year’s BETA International trade show
    • Hunting meet cards: We outline what’s involved in the planning process and production


    • All in a day’s work: Trick rider Camilla Naprous
    • Property: Wonderful homes in West Sussex
    • Vet clinic: How friendly bacteria could provide the key to a horse’s overall health
    • Horse hero: Puissance winner Top Dollar VI
    • Masterclass: Trainer and judge Jennie Loriston-Clarke on achieving a more balanced canter
    • H&H interview: New Zealand event rider Jonelle Price
    • Goodnight: Columnist Tessa Waugh’s hunting diary, plus “the Nespresso machine”


    • Letters, plus magazine editor’s comment
    • Dressage: Dan Sherriff
    • Showjumping: Peter Charles
    • Point-to-point: David Simpson


    • Hunting: The Bedale, plus Farquhar’s diary
    • Dressage: Highlights
    • Showjumping: Aintree Elite, Keysoe plus international highlights and Glock CSI3*
    • Racing: Leopardstown, Sandown Park plus bloodstock
    • Point-to-point: Horsehath, Milborne St Andrew, Wadebridge and Alnwick

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