The best-selling UK equestrian monthly mag out there, Horse & Rider magazine features everything a rider could ever need to read.
Horse & Rider covers all the latest news from the month in horses, featuring everything from racing to shows and events and other horse related news. It is also the home of lots of great expert advice, from tips and techniques for riders of every ability from beginner to experienced, advice on caring for your horse’s diet, health, equipment, mental state and behaviours and an excellent ‘ask a vet’ section which is perfect for any health issues. Also covers ‘Horsey Shopping’ and provides a directory listing many different services across the UK. Illustrated with beautiful photography throughout and topped off with excellent writing.
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Horse & Rider is a primarily practical magazine aimed at helping improve the relationship between the rider and their mount. It deals with important issues and tackles some tough questions, whilst providing some incredibly useful advice on all manner of things.
The relationship between the horse and rider is a very interesting and unique one – it relies upon a great deal of trust and love. You have to know how to best take care of your horse, be able to sense when they don’t quite feel right for whatever reason, be willing to spend hard hours taking care of it, grooming it and dealing with the inevitable and dreaded ‘mucking out’ sessions’. Likewise your horse has to trust you, knowing that what you are telling it to do is the most effective and safe route and that you will never put it in harms way. Of course, the easiest route to achieving this is lots of sugar lumps and carrots, but equine bribery probably isn’t the method recommended by Horse & Rider.
If you want to feel more ‘at one’ with your horse, as if you share a mysterious and mystic mental connection, then Horse & Rider will be an incredibly useful magazine. NB