Charlotte Dujardin invites you to join her in Rory Gilsenan memorial fundraiser

ATLANTIC SLIM owned by Jane Collins and exhibited by Rory Gilsenan winner of the Supreme Working Hunter Championship during The Longines Royal International Horse Show held at The All England Jumping Course in Hickstead near Burgess Hill in West Sussex in the UK between 23-28th July 2019

“Funding for the charity is even worse at the moment because of the pandemic, there aren’t things like the London Marathon and those events that would normally raise lots of money”

Physios and dental technicians could come under vets’ umbrella in law reform *H&H Plus*

The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons is askig for feedback on veterinary paraprofessionals. H&H finds out what this could mean for equine practitioners and owners

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PARAPROFESSIONALS could become regulated under the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons’ (RCVS) umbrella in the hopes of tightening industry standards. The RCVS legislation reform consultation is asking for feedback from the public and professionals on recommendations for changes in which professions are governed. You might also be interested in…

‘One of the greats’: Olympic dressage ‘icon’ dies aged 83

Olympic dressage rider Eva-Maria Pracht dies
CANADA – AUGUST 09: Mother knows best: Eva-Maria Pracht beat her daughter Martina to a spot on the Canadian Olympic dressage team. Pracht; shown above on Emirage; knows what it’s like. Her father; a six-time Olympic medalist; once did exactly the same thing to her. (Photo by Richard Lautens/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

“We were extremely fortunate to have known her and worked with her. She was always positive, encouraging and honest and it was inspiring to learn from someone with her wealth of knowledge”

New unaffiliated series aims to provide more Scottish eventing *H&H Plus*

Organisers of a new Scottish eventing series hope to provide more opportunities for riders, after a number of affiliated venues stopped running horse trials. H&H finds out more

Eventing Spring Carnival
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A new unaffiliated eventing group in Scotland is aiming to “reinvigorate” the calendar by offering more opportunities for riders and support for venues. The Scottish Eventing Group hopes to increase the number of affordable events and “address the drop-off” in eventing opportunities. Since 2018, Scotland has lost British Eventing (BE) fixtures including Hendersyde, Aswanley, Floors […]