Ride Better with Christoph Hess, is a new book, out now, which is full of helpful tips and pieces of advice for riders and their horses whether they are interested in dressage, eventing or showjumping. Here’s a sneak peek
Check out six things Carl Hester recommends looking for when buying a horse.
Four-star event rider Coral Keen provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to make transitions more expressive
British team dressage medallist Michael Eilberg shares the innovative ways he uses poles to help develop young horses’ early training, from corners and circles to counter canter and lateral work
Find out what 'long and low' really means — and how to ride it correctly
Jumping a great round is about much more than just clearing the fences. How you get from fence to fence is a key part of the round, and flying changes can enhance that. H&H asked eventer-turned-trainer Tracey Dillon for her tips on teaching flying changes
Michael Eilberg offers expert advice on the riding techniques that work best when riding and training a 'hot' horse
The Olympic dressage riders shows us how you can use your body to influence the horse, improving the horse's reaction to the aids by engaging the rider's seat and balance
Having your horse in an outline is a common goal when schooling — take a look at these simple exercises to help you achieve your aims
It’s not uncommon to find mirrors in the arenas of most professional riders, so what do they find useful about them?
Navigating the often bewildering world of bits can be daunting. Andrea Oakes finds out whether bitting clinics could be the answer
However much we have prepared, things don't always go exactly to plan on competition day. Top riders tell us how they stay focused when their competition plans go adrift
Find out how you can use hacking to school your horse and improve the bond between the two of you
Shoulder-in is a useful exercise to increase suppleness in the horse. Here we look at the aids, common problems and how to rectify them
Dressage Olympian Richard Davison highlights his pressure and release techniques, which he uses daily in his training
Sports therapist Debbie Rolmanis explains the importance of a rider's core — and busts some misconceptions about it
In his latest book 'The Cobs Can! Workbook', Omar Rabia looks at progressive training exercises designed specifically for cobs. Here, ridden piaffe is introduced
Dressage European team silver medallist Maria Eilberg says: "If you can get quirkiness under control, it can give you an edge."
Do you suffer from competition riding nerves? Find out how to take control and use nerves to improve your performance
Sport psychologist Inga Wolframm — who specialises in equestrian sports and offers advice across the disciplines — gives her 10 top pieces of advice for success on competition day