Western Horse UK

Archived since Volume 7 Issue 1

20 issues

WESTERN HORSE UK, the online and print resource for all western riders throughout the UK and abroad. We are committed to bringing you the best in western horsemanship from internationally acclaimed trainers, coaches and industry experts with award-winning editorial, photography and design.


Proud to be at the forefront of western riding in the UK, we cater for all reining, western pleasure, all around showing and trail riding riders, as well as western horsemanship enthusiasts. We have split our magazine departments into the following categories for ease of navigation, and you can find excerpts of all our content online as well as a full western riding directory and classified listings.


Horsemanship

Find everything you need to know about western horsemanship from masters including Chris Cox, Clinton Anderson, Pat Parelli, Monty Roberts, Julie Goodnight and more. From working on the ground to advanced riding techniques, our stellar line-up of world-class horsemen will help you create a partnership with your horse. Featuring help for common behavioural problems, insights into how the horse’s mind works and training tips for enhancing your communication with your horse.


Training

We pride ourselves on our training pages and have an incredible list of contributors from the UK and abroad including Patrick Hopgood, Tina Kaven, Michael Langford, Bob Mayhew, Lou Roper and many more. We have articles to appeal to all levels of western horse and rider, and in all disciplines including western pleasure, trail and reining. Our training pages have won awards for their clarity of design and content, and we love hearing how the information they contain has helped readers on their western horsemanship journey.


Coaching

It’s not just a buzz word! We believe in coaching and are happy to bring our readers support and inspiration from a team of influential western riding coaches including Al Dunning, Linda Durocher, Bob Mayhew and Pauline Brimson. Our coaching pages are full of motivational tips to empower western riders to improve and reach their goals.


Out & About

It’s great to hear how many western riders in the UK love to get out and about on their horses and explore the countryside. If you like adventures on horseback and want to read about other fellow trail riding enthusiasts, then dive into our Out & About pages that contain excellent articles from riders who have explored the British countryside and father afield.

Latest issue

Hello and welcome to the April issue of WHUK.
It might just be possible that spring has finally sprung, unless you are one of the people still posting pictures of
snow on facebook!
I don’t know about everyone else but this year’s wet weather has left me nursing various hoof/weather related issues, so I have taken the opportunity to put hoof health questions to vet Nikki which she answers on pages 14 and 15.
Spring also means that the show season is just around the corner, our training articles in this issue include: Balance and Confidence with Al Dunning and Joe Wolter discusses the purpose of the flag in training. If you have a new horse to show this year then Julie Goodnight covers building a positive relationship with a new horse.
For those of you that prefer to go out and about with your horse, Joe Midgley looks at the benefits trail riding can have, both on you and your horse. We also have our holiday special, with a review of the US Ranch Holiday at Tanque Verde, Callie King has 5 tips for an unforgettable riding vacation and Tiffany from the RideFit academy has some exercises to get you ready for your riding vacation.
Don’t forget to turn to the community section for updates from the UK’s member associations and trainer interview with Sally Heron.

Subjects: Countryside, Horsemanship, Horses, Riding

Quarterly (recurring) £9.99

Annual £22.99

Includes web, iOS and Android access via Exact Editions apps.
Full refund within 30 days if you're not completely satisfied.
Please note: you are buying an online subscription - we don’t send printed copies through the post.

WESTERN HORSE UK, the online and print resource for all western riders throughout the UK and abroad. We are committed to bringing you the best in western horsemanship from internationally acclaimed trainers, coaches and industry experts with award-winning editorial, photography and design.


Proud to be at the forefront of western riding in the UK, we cater for all reining, western pleasure, all around showing and trail riding riders, as well as western horsemanship enthusiasts. We have split our magazine departments into the following categories for ease of navigation, and you can find excerpts of all our content online as well as a full western riding directory and classified listings.


Horsemanship

Find everything you need to know about western horsemanship from masters including Chris Cox, Clinton Anderson, Pat Parelli, Monty Roberts, Julie Goodnight and more. From working on the ground to advanced riding techniques, our stellar line-up of world-class horsemen will help you create a partnership with your horse. Featuring help for common behavioural problems, insights into how the horse’s mind works and training tips for enhancing your communication with your horse.


Training

We pride ourselves on our training pages and have an incredible list of contributors from the UK and abroad including Patrick Hopgood, Tina Kaven, Michael Langford, Bob Mayhew, Lou Roper and many more. We have articles to appeal to all levels of western horse and rider, and in all disciplines including western pleasure, trail and reining. Our training pages have won awards for their clarity of design and content, and we love hearing how the information they contain has helped readers on their western horsemanship journey.


Coaching

It’s not just a buzz word! We believe in coaching and are happy to bring our readers support and inspiration from a team of influential western riding coaches including Al Dunning, Linda Durocher, Bob Mayhew and Pauline Brimson. Our coaching pages are full of motivational tips to empower western riders to improve and reach their goals.


Out & About

It’s great to hear how many western riders in the UK love to get out and about on their horses and explore the countryside. If you like adventures on horseback and want to read about other fellow trail riding enthusiasts, then dive into our Out & About pages that contain excellent articles from riders who have explored the British countryside and father afield.

  • First Issue: Volume 7 Issue 1
  • Latest Issue: April 2018
  • Issue Count: 20
  • Published: Not set