“THE most cheerful, busiest and hardest working woman I know,” says former joint-master and huntsman of the West Norfolk, Charles Carter, when describing his one-time joint-master Tania Bullard. A veritable superwoman with a phenomenal work ethic, she has few spare minutes in her full life.
Brought up hunting with the North Norfolk Harriers and then from the age of 15 with the Belvoir in Leicestershire, Tania Fenwick, as she was then, recalls Belvoir huntsman Jim Webster being “a most lovely man”. Lord Kimball, a former master of both the Cottesmore and Fitzwilliam and chairman of the old British Field Sports Society, was Tania’s cousin and one of her mentors.
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Tipping the balance
Even forage and pasture can contribute to an excess of sugar and starch, triggering a cascade of health problems. David Rendle FRCVS offers dietary advice
Smooth as silk
A part-bred mare reigns in a breed role, last year’s supreme novice is recrowned and an Exmoor turns heads
‘He'll jump the moon'
Henry Squibb lands the feature class with Kilcurry Dawn as huge fields of young jockeys emerge from lockdown in flying form
Jessica von Bredow-Werndl
The German dressage rider of the moment chats to Polly Bryan about her Olympic aims, going vegan and why she nearly quit the sport
The effects of fire
We hope it never happens, but if your horse was caught in a fire, what would be the implications and how would we restore them to health? Andrea Oakes investigates
Double booking for Damsel
A young rider makes her debut in open horse classes, landing a spot at the 2021 Hickstead final in the process
A Mighty victory fulfils Russell's long-held ambition
Scotland’s showcase meeting produces a fairy-tale finish in the Grand National with an unexpected family connection
Keeping a veteran active for longer
With advances in medicine, our horses are staying healthy well into their twilight years. Stephanie Bateman discovers how to keep our veterans sound and active for longer
Dargun shoots to the top
Piggy March cements her partnership with Dargun, while Kitty King takes the other CCI4*-S at the first British international of the season
A guide to box rest
When a horse has to stay in the stable for a prolonged period of time, all kinds of problems can ensue. Gil Riley MRCVS advises on how to manage box rest
A Wealth of Opportunity But For Whom?
Over seven decades, Norfolk leveraged federal tax breaks to remake itself. Now the Virginia city is using them to demolish its historically Black neighborhoods
KATE GETS BACK TO WORK
REPORTING FOR DUTY! AFTER THREE MONTHS OUT OF THE SPOTLIGHT, KATE MIDDLETON IS EAGER TO BE A HANDS-ON ROYAL AGAIN.
Painting Through Pandemic
Vibrant illustrator Tania Yakunova talks about her life as an artist in quarantine and shares her hopes and fears as we all wrestle through this pandemic.
High-water barge strike knocks Tombigbee bridge out of alignment
Rivers Wilson was pushing six barges up the rushing Tombigbee River when its port-side aft barge hit the Norfolk Southern railroad bridge near Jackson, Ala. The tow spun to port after impact and became pinned against a support pillar.
Jackie O In Biker Boots
JA The Future Antiques—and informed by her time abroad. “I became very enchanted with e old black-and-white mansions in Singapore, so when I moved back, everything sort of ged,” she says. “I’m inspired by everywhere I’ve lived. That room really is an amalgam of that.”
Tania Ruiz Eichelmann
La modelo mexicana, quien desató polémica al aparecer en unas fotografías junto a Enrique Peña Nieto en España, posa en exclusiva para CARAS y nos habla por primera vez del expresidente, de su familia, infancia y su hija Carlota.
Entrevista – Tania Rincón
Una mujer que ama y trabaja. Así se define esta conductora que hizo de la televisión su casa gracias al carisma que la convirtió en toda una celebridad. Certera en sus decisiones y consciente del compromiso que tiene con el público que la sigue apasionadamente –¡son dos millones de followers solo en Instagram!–, nos cuenta detalles de cómo construyó su éxito sin descuidar lo que le es esencial: su familia. Keep growing, pretty girl!
Having ‘done his bit' Duke enjoyed active retirement
PRINCE Philip was able to spend much of the last years of his life enjoying the sanctuary of the Sandringham Estate.
NEW LOOKS TO LOVE
From nature-inspired motifs to sunny holiday colours, these are the latest trends to bring happy style to our homes
Wigeon under a winter moon
When goose fever sets in, an evening flight beckons, but the wily birds are upstaged by the spectacle of wild duck making one of their mysterious midnight journeys