The Field

Rory Fairfax recounts the historic 1990 Cheltenham Gold Cup, when the Sirrell Griffiths-trained Norton's Coin become the biggest priced winner of the race in its history

It’s not often that you see pensioners in the shooting field – canine I mean, not human – as shooting is, for a dog, hard work. Many of us hope…

There is nothing better when standing on the peg than being presented with birds that fly high and make a good show of it.  Giving pheasants and partridges the best…

Bagpipes, long associated with royal reveille and haggis, are hitting the right note in other areas, says Mary Skipwith

Since it first appeared in 1879, the round action has been produced by just three Scottish gunmakers. It has lost none of its appeal over the years, says Donald Dallas

The Blackmore & Sparkford Vale secretary and riding expedition leader Rose Cameron on nights under the stars and the (equine) wedding present of dreams

This month we offer an insight into where to go, what to do and what’s best in March. In the magazine, with the game shooting season drawn to a close…

The Field selects the very best properties on the market in Devon now. From nearby coastlines to magnificent histories and careful restorations, our pick features a 19th century Dartmoor house…