Not just for trotting over: Michael Eilberg shares his innovative use of poles

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

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

Life lessons: Dressage rider Richard Davison *H&H Plus*

Richard has represented Great Britain at four Olympic Games, including London 2012 riding Hiscox Artemis. He is also a European medallist, a former World Class performance manager and British Dressage team captain.

Olympic Games Dressage Richard Davison and Hiscox Artemis

The four-time Olympian reveals his pre-flight checks, why he uses science in schooling and why he believes it’s important to keep learning about his horses

8 clever and meaningful ways to remember a lost equine partner

One of the most heart-wrenching aspects of losing a beloved horse or pony is having all their kit left behind, not to mention an engraved nameplate on the door of an empty stable. It can be tough to tackle the inevitable equipment left behind that will forever remind you of them, but there are many ways in which you can use tack, rugs and other kit to create meaningful momentos and tributes to your much-loved partner.

It can be tough to tackle the inevitable equipment left behind that will forever remind you of your beloved lost horse, but there are many ways in which you can use tack, rugs and other kit to create meaningful momentos and tributes to your much-loved partner

9 reasons why 2020 is set to be an exciting year for dressage

This time of year is always full of promise, but there’s a few reasons why 2020 is shaping up to be an especially exciting year for dressage riders and fans alike…

British team celebrating their medal at the Rio Olympics.

1. Britain might win an Olympic medal In case you hadn’t realised, there’s the small matter of the Tokyo Olympics fast approaching! Britain’s top combinations are getting their competition campaigns underway, all hoping to be chosen as members of the team of three that will travel to Japan in July, along with one travelling reserve. […]