Horsemanship Journal + Western Horse UK

Achieve your horsemanship goals and build a meaningful connection with your horse with Horsemanship Journal Magazine. Get the most from your western riding with expert advice and horse training tips only in Western Horse UK, the UK's western horsemanship magazine.

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What's included with a Subscription?


📬 Western Horse UK & Horsemanship Journal magazine delivered to your door bi-monthly

📖Thoughtfully curated articles from leading trainers, coaches and horse professionals

🔐Access to the members' barn with access to all of our online articles

Two Great Titles, One Magazine

Our unique magazine is two titles printed back-to-back, giving you the most comprehensive western and horsemanship magazine in the UK. That means you get both great magazines included in your subscription.

Explore enlightening ways to be with your horse

Horsemanship Journal seeks to bring together inspiring and educational articles from horsemen and women the world over.

With no bias towards one method or another, Horsemanship Journal features experts from many disciplines and schools of thought.

Our authors and experts will help you to explore ways of being with your horse to develop a relationship that benefits both horse and handler.

The UK's only Western Riding Magazine


If you're just getting started in western or a seasoned western enthusiast, you'll find articles and information that you'll love.

Bringing you the best in western horsemanship from internationally acclaimed trainers, coaches and industry experts.

Proud to be at the forefront of western riding in the UK, covering all western disciplines.

 Explore enlightening ways to be with your horse  
 Western Riding

What is western riding? How do I get started?  What tack should I use? What do I wear?

If you want to learn western but aren't sure where to start, what questions to ask or just want to learn the lingo, then read our quick guide here to learn more about the wonderful world of western riding.

Most of us have an idea of western riding, at least in part based on watching Hollywood movies. As with all types of horseback riding, there is a fascinating history behind the western style of riding. But, most importantly it is born out of the need to get a job done and that was to move cattle and horses over distances on varied terrain. While you might imagine this is fast-paced work, for the most part, it is slow and careful, to maintain the value of cattle they must arrive in good condition.


  What is Horsemanship?

Horsemanship is an ancient skill that has been passed down through generations for centuries. Horsemanship can be used to describe any equestrian sport and refers to the process of training and caring for horses and riding them. There are many horsemanship principles that you might want to know about to increase your understanding of this fascinating world!

For a long time, horses were used for work and needed to be trained quickly to become compliant, these methods may yield fast results, but they are not reliable over time and can damage horses mentally and physically.

The most important thing to remember is that horses are not machines. They have their own minds and thoughts, which means they need a lot of patience from the rider for them to be happy with what's happening around them at any given time!


An equipreneur is someone who starts their business because of their passion for horses, hoping to make a profit or a difference in the world to help horse owners and their horses.  Some dare to do both!

An equipreneur is willing to take risks to get their business off the ground and isn't afraid to seize new opportunities as they arise. They diversify; they are always learning and probably also mucking out, riding, taking care of the family, all while making their business a success.

👋 Hello fellow equipreneur, I'm glad you found us! We love meeting and working with talented equine business owners.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the magazine subscription work?

A magazine subscription is the perfect way to ensure you don't miss a single issue of your favourite magazine; our bi-monthly magazine is only available by subscription.

You can choose to pay monthly £2.40 or annually £29 (UK prices), the magazine will be delivered every other month, and you also have 24/7 access to all of our online articles when you log into the members' area of our website.

Payments are taken automatically until you cancel, which you can do easily from your account or by contacting customer services ([email protected]).

What Payment Methods can I use?

You can pay your subscription with your credit/debit card or by using PayPal. You can select the payment method you prefer during checkout.

How much is delivery

FREE! Delivery is included with your subscription.

When will I receive my first issue?

We'll post the current issue within 48 hours, and then you'll receive the latest issue as soon as it is published.

When is the magazine published?

We publish the magazine in February, April, June, August, October and December.

We typically post the magazine on the 20th of the month and it takes around 48 hours to make its way through the post to door.

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