July 2019 Issue - Perfect turnouts in historic locations

July 2019 Issue - Perfect turnouts in historic locations

In this issue

This month, we look at the benefits of garlic and the issues associated with ticks, explaining what to look out for, and the do’s and don’ts of removing them. Fiona Powell has a guide on how to prepare for your first show. We take a step back in time at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum. In our Spotlight on Scotland feature, we discover logging horses and the role they play in protecting the habitat and Sanchia May explains why Scotland is the perfect place for driving. We head to France with Rosemary Neale, Valkenswaard in the Netherlands with Amy Mundell and Susan Dunne meets Vilmos Jambor, one of the driving forces behind carriage driving in Hungary. Bob Elliott reports from Devon Pennsylvania and, back on UK soil, highlights a piece of coaching history. Our rare breed this month, is the versatile and multi-talented New Forest pony, known as the architects of the forest. We have reports from the Hackney Annual Breed Show, Royal and County shows alongside area and regional events.

From the editor