Carriage Driving

Carriage Driving Magazine

Carriage Driving Magazine is the only magazine dedicated entirely to sport and recreation with the harness horse.

It is a must-read publication for all carriage driving enthusiasts, covering all aspects of recreational and competitive driving, including private driving, light trade, coaching, show Hackneys, scurry driving and horse driving trials.

Every month the magazine will bring you the latest carriage driving news, views, legal and veterinary advice, and show and competition coverage, as well as tips and guidance to help you improve your driving skills.

Carriage Driving’s extensive classified advertising section is also the best place to buy and sell your driving horses, harnesses and carriages.

Ensure you don't miss out on anything going on in this exciting and growing equestrian activity – get Carriage Driving today.

Carriage Driving Magazine

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Issues 12 RRP £59.40 Saving £55.00 Direct debit
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Annual Subscription
Issues 12 RRP £64.00 Saving £61.00 Visa Paypal Mastercard Maestro Giftcard
Our Price £61.00
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Issues 12 RRP £64.00 Saving £61.00 Visa Paypal Mastercard Maestro Giftcard
Our Price £61.00

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How much is Carriage Driving magazine?

Subscriptions start from £55.00

How often is Carriage Driving magazine published?

12 times per year

How can I buy Carriage Driving magazine?

Carriage Driving magazine can be bought right here on magazine.co.uk by either credit card or direct debit

How many issues of Carriage Driving magazine are published each year?

12

Who publishes Carriage Driving magazine?

Mark Allen

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