In the latest issue it is good to be able to include event reports once again in a year when so many have been cancelled.
• Amy Mundell was at Ashfields for British Carriagedriving's National event and has a full report alongside stunning images, so, although there were no spectators it is still possible to get a real flavour of the Competition.
• We also have reports from the BDS Essex & North London Show, the Attelage de Tradition at Euston Hall and the Bucks Counties Spectacular Show with reports from those who were organising or competing and again stunning images from Paul Orchard and Evelyn Radnai.
• Lester Dagge discovers more about the history of driving livery and etiquette, when he talks with Savile Row tailors Henry Poole & Co. Bob Elliott explains why some driving traditions simply disappear, whilst others endure the test of time.
• In part two of our training feature with international driver and coach Sara Howe, we find out that by helping scurry driver Chris Orchard to try out a new discipline things are starting to pay off.
• In Health and Welfare we have sound advice for keeping hooves healthy – whether shod or un-shod.
• We take a look behind the scenes with the British Scurry and Trials Driving group, to find out more about the hard working and dedicated volunteers who work behind the scenes making sure that events run smoothly.
• Emily Ham has all the latest news for young drivers in Junior Spotlight, Carey Knox gives an hilarious insight into the road to becoming an equestrian commentator.
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