As the annual Oscars circus highlights, human acting talent is something to be celebrated. However, we’ve all come across horses and ponies that perhaps embody popular movie characters much better,…
Scientific studies suggest that the trend for ever-tighter nosebands has serious welfare implications. Dr Orla Doherty explains how veterinary researchers are gathering evidence
Horse & Hound's point-to-point columnist talks about maintaining 'grassroots' hunter chases.
Feeding is a complicated science — never more so than with a competition horse aiming for peak performance. Emily Bevan sorts the facts from the fiction
Horse & Hound's racing columnist on why Altior shouldn't be compared to Sprinter Sacre quite yet.
Horse & Hound's guest showjumping columnist on how courses in the USA differ to ours
In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 16 February 2017, don’t miss our rare breeds special including a closer look into Exmoor ponies and what is being…
With Valentine's Day looming (tomorrow, 14 February), Ploy Radford susses out just how well prepared horse owners are for negotiating the perilous world of dating and relationships
Early-season roadwork can build bone strength and develop muscular and cardiovascular fitness, but the concussive forces created can be damaging. Dr David Marlin outlines the risks
Horse & Hound's guest eventing columnist looks ahead to the changes coming within the sport
When we stop and think, we have a lot to thank our horses for; whether it's dealing with failure, pushing our boundaries or teaching us what fun really means
In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 9 February 2017, don’t miss our families special including an interview with Lucinda Green and her daughter Lissa, we also…
Many people either choose to ride in warmer climes (very nice) or wait until spring or summer to head out on a riding holiday, which makes sense in many ways.
Forget large military 4x4 vehicles or helicopters — Struan Chisholm and Calum Nicoll recount their experience of crossing south-eastern Kyrgyzstan by horse (... and the challenges they encountered along the
‘There is only one way to jump a hedge and that is cleanly’, says Mike Felton, joint-master of the Blackmore and Sparkford Vale. He tells Tessa Waugh how to make…
The idea of inserting needles to alleviate pain and promote healing is nothing new, yet equine acupuncture is only now gaining widespread credibility in the UK. Andrea Oakes reports
In his latest book 'The Cobs Can! Workbook', Omar Rabia looks at progressive training exercises designed specifically for cobs. Here, ridden piaffe is introduced
Horse & Hound's showjumping columnist reviews his first major show of the year
Watch live the Sovaro Palm Beach Masters qualifier from the Palm Beach Masters in Wellington, Florida, US, which is part of the Longines FEI World Cup Jumping North American League…
THIS year’s BETA International saw young and talented apprentices and trainees competing for the top awards in the Society of Master Saddlers’ competitions throughout the three days.