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I have brought this magazine for many years and have jst started subscribing. It was at first a great place to find equipment for sale and help me find a new horse. It has many great help sections on different riding areas and lots of quality images. This magazine also helps me keep up to date in the horse world and is not just limited to the usual show jumping and dressage aspects. Everybody at my yard reads this magazine and I would not have my beloved horse if it wasn't for their classified section. The magazine has helped me with searches for equestrian properties and directed me to some very helpful equestrian shops, clubs and services. I started on pong magazine, the juniour version of this magazine as a young girl and now I have matured onto this more adult version.
Leading equestrian sports photographer Trevor Meeks has been photographing foxhunting for ... more
Horse & Hound for nearly two decades. For many people country hunting is much more than a sport, it's a way of life, and it is this passionate commitment to the countryside, the horses, and the hounds that Meeks captures so evocatively in his stunning photographs. With Kate Green's knowledgeable commentary running throughout, this beautiful album encapsulates the spirit of foxhunting and provides a unique chronicle of a beloved pastime.
Horse and Hound' by Harriet GlennHarriet captures this pair of fun loving free spirits ... more
beautifully with exquisite detail.Cold Cast Bronze signed Harriet Glen.Dimensions : 35cm x 16cm x 23.5cm (LxWxH)Weight: 1.8Kg (approx)About HarrietHarriet's early childhood was spent in Australia, where she developed her love and affinity for animals.From a very early age, she was drawing the animals she saw in the bush, and at the age of nine, started making clay models of horses which she sold in order to buy her first pony!After a few years in New Zealand, where she spent most of her non-school hours in the saddle, she went to art school in New South Wales, Australia, before teaching art and sculpture in Sydney.Soon she became bitten by the racing bug, and rode track work for the legendary trainer Tommy Smith.In 1978 and 1979 she won the New South Wales Australian Lady Jockeys championship, the prize for which was a trip to England.Now she lives in the beautiful Dorset countryside with her husband, David and son, Simon, where they have established Harriet Glen Design.