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
Our front cover with Kelly Searle’s smiling face sums up the buoyant mood amongst the carriage driving community. This issue is packed with reports and stunning images from shows and events.
We have a full report from this year’s Royal Windsor Horse Show where Boyd Exell was on fine form and spectators experienced four days of entertaining equestrian sport.
We share the success of the BDS Annual Show at Smith’s Lawn where Her Majesty The Queen enjoyed seeing the parade of competitors and talking to class champions.
We follow the journey of two donkeys and their drivers as they embark on a Donkathon - driving 200 miles to raise funds for Multiple Sclerosis Research.
Lester Dagge shares the findings of his road safety survey and how drivers can work together to improve awareness of carriage driving on our roads.
Sally Taylor reports how the Windsor Park Equestrian Club celebrated its 50th anniversary, with a display of their founder, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s favourite carriages, driven by members of the Royal Family and the Royal Mews.
Kathleen Haak from the Carriage Driving Association of America takes a look at the importance of equines to the Amish community through their annual Horse Progress Days event.
Amy Mundell discovers the origins of the British Young Drivers programme, Emily Ham meets a family who retrained their riding pony to a successful driving pony and Susan Dunne talks to world renowned carriage driving expert and Carriage Driving magazine awards judge - Caroline Douglas.
Subscribe now and keep up to date with all the latest carriage driving news and views and information.