Horse & Hound

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Horse & Hound is Britain’s oldest equestrian magazine. It is a weekly (Thursdays) magazine, first published in 1884. The magazine is based in the Blue Fin Building in central London.

The magazine includes industry news, horse show reports, veterinary tips and sales pages. Foxhunting, which is very popular in the UK, is also always a major topic, as is eventing, dressage, showjumping, horse racing, driving and endurance riding. The magazine also reports on the most important annual horse shows such as Badminton Horse Trials, Burghley Horse Trials, the Horse of the Year Show and the Olympia London International Horse Show.

John Lawrence wrote the Audax column in the magazine from 1959 to 1988. A regular Horse & Hound columnist is dressage rider Richard Davison.


Horse & Hound became known to the worldwide public after it was featured in the 1999 film Notting Hill.

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