Inharness is your carriage driving magazine with no less than 68 glossy pages in every issue.  Inharness magazine is produced six times per year and is packed with regular training features, reader stories, club, British Carriage Driving, British Driving Society news, interviews, Q&A’s, photo galleries and news, as well as bringing you first hand show reports.


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Inharness is a specialist magazine that aims to inform and inspire with appealing content, inspiring features and useful product information. The magazine also includes a variety of reports from grassroots through to championship level. Inharness magazine offers a cost effective route to market for advertisers who know that there adverts will be seen.


Carriage driving is an activity that's accessible to everyone - you can watch and enjoy the tradition, the spit and polish of the show ring, heavy horses and the coaching brigade; marvel at the speed of the scurry ponies or obstacle driving indoors and out, admire the elegance of driven dressage, and join in the fun and camaraderie of pleasure driving.


You can join in the sport as a passenger, groom or backstepper on the carriage or as a volunteer at a local show, club or group, whatever your age, income or ability.


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Highlights in issue 66 (December/January 2020)


  • The dressage judges’ comments explained, with Sara Howe

  • Winter skin problems - sorted!

  •  Meet Harley the Hackney pony

  • Toots Cromarty and Hools Voyager

  • The big Christmas quiz

  • Christmas gift ideas

  • Winter feeding and treats for your horse