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Ways to tell if your horse is working correctly

Knowing when your horse is working correctly can prevent you resorting to recovery tactics with your riding. Dressage rider Paul Friday shows you what to look for Read Article

Winter training – part 2

Stuck for ideas when schooling on winter evenings? Horse&Rider comes to the rescue with four fun, quick exercises from top trainers to improve your horse’s way of going and your riding, too Read Article

Tackle ditches and angled fences with Nick Gauntlett

Ditches and angled fences are some of the most obvious rider-frighteners on every cross-country course, but you can make light work of them in the school with Nick Gauntlett’s top tips Read Article

Winter training – part 2

Stuck for ideas when schooling on winter evenings? Horse&Rider comes to the rescue with four fun, quick exercises from top trainers to improve your horse’s way of going and your riding, too Read Article

Cross-country school from your arena

Want to practise your cross-country skills, but don’t have a course to school on? Top eventer Nick Gauntlett helps you tackle every type of cross-country fence using just one arena-based exercise Read Article

Road safety

From equipping you and your horse with the skills to safely and courteously ride on the road, to upskilling friends, family, colleagues and neighbours to pass horses with more care, join our campaign for considerate road sharing Read Article

Next-level hacking

It can be all too easy to relax and forget to make the most of your hack. Horse&Rider explores ways to get maximum benefit from every ride Read Article

Hack like a professional with Lucinda Fredericks

Even professional riders use time outside the arena to improve their horse’s way of going. Olympic eventer, Lucinda Fredericks, shares her tips for motivating a laid-back type Read Article

Show ring secrets

Winning in the show ring is about hard work and knowing the tricks of the trade. Professional producer Louise Bell helps you avoid making mistakes and guides you to the front of the line up! Read Article

Non-ridden horse

Whether you want to improve the bond you have with your horse or are looking for fun things to do together if he can’t be ridden, check out H&R’s great groundwork ideas Read Article

Good groundwork with long-reining

Nervous about trying long-reining? Don’t be! Fizz Marshall explains how to get started Read Article

Develop a secure seat with pilates

Pilates instructor Julie Driver shares her top exercises to help improve your position in the saddle Read Article

5 steps to your fittest horse yet

Whether you’re stepping up to the next competition level, bringing your horse back into work or just want to ride him for longer, a proper fitness routine is key Read Article

Fit to ride

It can be hard to find the time to keep yourself fit, especially when you’re riding less during winter. Follow our three-part exercise series to maximise your strength and condition in as little as 30 minutes Read Article

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