This year's ceremony will be available to watch from 8pm on 31 March on our Facebook page.
In this issue we have a focus on AIAT as delegates from across the globe get together in the Netherlands for their much-missed annual conference.
This Easter Monday’s London Harness Horse Parade at the South of England Centre in Ardingly RH17 6TL will feature transport through the ages. The magnificent sight of over a hundred historic horse drawn carts and carriages together with vintage and classic cars, tractors, vans and motorbikes is a spectacle not to miss.
In this month’s issue we have all the highlights from the thrilling British leg of the FEI Driving World Cup as Amy Mundell reports from The London International Horse Show; Emily Ham discovers how small ponies provide the basis for future driving success.
By the end of the century, the British equestrian community is hoping for more diversity, more tech and better road safety, alongside an increase in sustainable practices. To celebrate its 75th anniversary, The British Horse Society undertook a survey of over 2,000 members to understand their predictions and priorities over the next 75 years, taking us to the year 2097!
A pair of horses are hoping to find a new retirement home for Christmas together after more than 100 days in the care of charity Blue Cross.
The London International Horse Show, which returns to ExCeL London this week, from 15-19 December, is set to deliver five-days of world-class international equestrian competition and spectacular display acts. However, for those unable to attend, there is an extensive TV and online streaming schedule to facilitate viewing by both national and international audiences.
Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) have announced that Kathryn England has been appointed as their new Chief Executive. Kathryn joins RDA from Zoological Society of London (ZSL) London Zoo, the international conservation charity and global destination, and will start on 1st March 2023.
We celebrate success both at home and abroad with reports and stunning images.
This award is given to horses, ponies & donkeys that are active in their older years (oldest winner this year was a 29 year old Shetland).