A yard fire is every horse owner’s worst nightmare, so what do the experts recommend as the safest materials to use when constructing stables?

Thieves targeting livery yards are going for a quick fix — items that can be stolen then sold on easily. So how can you protect your premises?

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Stable and arena lighting tips

Does your stable and arena lighting system need an overhaul? Check out H&H’s top tips on the best and safest lighting for your yard

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Ask H&H: Changes to fire regulations

Horse & Hound finds out how new fire regulations will affect the equestrian industry

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Top tips for better security

Expert advice from Horse & Hound on how you can make your yard and possessions less of an easy target for thieves

The BHS is encouraging all riding schools and livery yards to contact their local fire station to set up safety procedures in the event of a fire

Expert advice from HORSE magazine on how to prevent your yard from being targeted by thieves

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Avoiding stable fires

Expert advice from HORSE Magazine on preventing fires in the stableyard

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Stop thief!

With stolen tack on the increase, taking precautions is essential

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Tackling the problem of tack theft

Expert advice from Sentinel ID on beating the tack thieves