Horse & Hound; 9 July 2020

  • In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, on sale Thursday, 9 July, don’t miss our “readers’ nostalgia special” in which H&H readers remember the heroes of old, share archive photos of fond memories and much more. In our exclusive interview we speak to paralympian Sophie Christiansen and in this week’s “Vet clinic” we find out if common equine diseases of yesteryear still exist today. Check out our wide selection of supplements to help keep your horse relaxed this season and in “Hunting life” a 45-year career in hunt service comes to an end. We also have showjumping reports and racing action from Epsom and Sandown Park. Enjoy our nostalgic long-read feature “Legends of the sport” as we look back at the career of Olympic gold medal-winning showjumper Nick Skelton.

    What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 9 July 2020


    • Dealing with demand as sports restart
    • Devastation as leading veterinary charity to close
    • Warning over pandemic rules

    Nostalgia reader special

    • The heroes of old: H&H readers remember the stars
    • A snapshot in time: Old photos of fond memories
    • Those were the days: The way things used to be
    • Memory lane: A look back at the halcyon days


    • Letters of the week
    • Dressage: Michael Eilberg
    • Showing: Lynn Russell

    People and horses

    • H&H interview: Paralympian Sophie Christiansen on building a legacy and starting afresh
    • 5 minutes with: Showing producer Katy Marriott-Payne
    • All in a day’s work: Equine cartoonist David Stoten
    • Life lessons: Dual Badminton winner Jane Holderness-Roddam
    • Ones to watch: Olympic shortlisted showjumper Kimba Flamenco
    • Goodnight: Tessa Waugh’s hunting diary

    Vet clinic

    • Old problems: Do the equine diseases we had almost forgotten about still exist today?


    • Calm and collected: Our wide selection of supplements to keep your horse relaxed this season


    • Showjumping: Highlights from across the country
    • Racing: Investec Derby Day at Epsom, plus Sandown Park

    Hunting life

    • Stepping down: A 45-year career in hunt service comes to an end, plus Robert McCarthy comment and more

    More nostalgia

    • Legends of the sport: Olympic gold medal-winning showjumper Nick Skelton and his exceptional career

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    • Horses for sale

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