Horse&Rider – October 2016
Teach yourself lateral work with expert advice from international dressage rider Gareth Hughes and win a Horseware winter wardrobe, all in October Horse&Rider!
Jump courses to build at home
How can you prepare your horse to jump a course when you only have a few jumps and a small arena? H&R has some handy suggestions
Lateral work is important because it helps to keep your horse supple. There’s no getting away from the fact that none of our horses are getting any younger and with age comes stiffness. But if you make lateral work a regular part of your horse’s exercise programme, it’ll help to keep him supple and moving freely.
Avoiding autumn laminitis
Laminitis is usually associated with a flush of new spring grass, but mild, wet autumn weather can also spell trouble for your horse. H&R explains what you can do to minimise the risk
What’s my bit really made of?
Choosing the best bit for your horse isn’t only about finding the right design. Find out why the material your bit is made from is just as important
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