In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 9 October, read our exclusive interview with super-coach and eventing philosopher, Christopher Bartle. We also look into surviving the prize-giving and whether horses who find this element stressful can be trained to cope with the glory. You can also enjoy all the news and reports, including Osberton and the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, from the past week.
What’s in Horse & Hound magazine: 9 October 2014
- H&H interview: We meet super-coach and eventing philosopher, Christopher Bartle.
- Surviving the prize-giving: Can horses who find it too stressful be trained to cope with the glory?
- Winter feed special: Feed your horse well during this year’s colder months with help from our guide.
- Eventing: Osberton and Dauntsey
- Eventing comment: Mark Todd
- Eventing starting box: Brooksby Melton College
- Dressage: Arena UK, Celaeron and highlights
- Showjumping: Solihull, Addington and round-ups
- Brits abroad: Dressage, showjumping and driving
- Sport horse breeding: Comment
- Hunting life: News from across the country
- Hunting comment: Andrew Sallis
- Hunting: Middleton and East Sussex & Romney Marsh
- Racing: Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe
- Racing comment: Ralph Beckett
- Bloodstock: Taking stock
- Driving: World Singles Championships
- Road accidents on the rise
- Paramedic claims eventing officials “risked lives”
- Is online embryo auctioning the way forward?
- Letters: Have your say
- Ask H&H: How do I make moving yards stress-free?
- Property: High demand for land
- Vet clinic: Winter weight management
- Subscription offer: sign up today for huge savings
- The moment: Captain John Leadingham
- Horses for sale: new on the market this week
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