If putting your horse in its paddock is blur of flying hooves and leadropes, then H&H has some useful suggestions to make your life easier

Practical advice from HORSE magazine on turning mares and geldings out together in one paddock

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Q&A: Horse isn’t keen on being turned out

Expert advice from HORSE magazine on coping with a horse who hates being turned out

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Q&A: Introducing a newcomer

Expert advice from HORSE magazine on the best way to introduce a new horse to his companions

Horse grazing separated with post and rail and electric fencing

Q&A: Solving turnout troubles

Expert advice from HORSE magazine on coping with a horse which doesn’t like being turned out

Expert advice from HORSE magazine on coping with an “escape artist”

Expert advice from HORSE magazine on catching an elusive equine

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How to catch a difficult horse or pony

Catching an unco-operative horse takes confidence and a touch of horse sense.