Carriage Driving is the only monthly magazine dedicated entirely to sport and recreation with the harness horse. It is a must-read publication for all carriage driving enthusiasts, covering all aspects of recreational and competitive driving, including private driving, light trade, coaching, show Hackneys, scurry driving and horse driving trials.
Subscribe and you will enjoy: • The latest driving news, views, show and competition coverage, together with regular features, such as: Over the Tandem Bar – its very own gossip column; In the Ribbons – keeping you up-to-date with all the results and driver profiles • Expert view – answers to reader’s questions • Training – with tips to help you enhance your driving skills Junior Spotlight - for those up and coming youngsters • The best place to buy and sell your driving horses, harnesses and carriages, as well as advertise all your other carriage driving services
It’s championship fever across the board. This issue is packed with reports and stunning images from the Horse of the Year Show, British Carriage Driving National Championships, All-Ireland Championships, the FEI World Pony and Horse Pairs Championships, Scurry finals, the Hackney Horse Championships – and much, more.
In Coaching Chatter, Bob Elliott explains why coaching etiquette is so important and how to get it right in 2024. The festive season is time for donkeys to shine as they take part in Nativity plays and festive parades, we catch up with busy donkeys and their owners. Stephan Broeckx follows an ambitious project re-creating Napoleon Bonaparte’s historic journey from Amsterdam to Paris by coach and horses, with remarkable images as they drive along the Champs-Élysées and visit the Eiffel Tower. We have the first reports as the Indoor Driving season gets underway. Vet Harriet Deeming BVSc MRCVS looks at the challenges of taking care of horse’s hooves in winter.
If you are stuck for Christmas present ideas, we have a fabulous gift guide with perfect gifts for you, your horse, and all of your family and friends.
Plus all the news and views from across the driving disciplines.