Put your mind at rest before setting out on a journey with your pride and joy stowed in the back with PRP Rescue Services’ Jon Philips’ top tips
Every so often there’s a horse that catches the equestrian world’s imagination, based not on British Eventing points or four-star wins, but instead on an unusual star quality and the…
Buttercups are a common feature on many equine pastures, but how much of a problem are they and what risks do they pose to horses?
Executive director and secretary of BETA Claire Williams explains the different standards of body protector and the levels required for competition
Fancy getting out competing in dressage but aren’t keen on doing it alone? The British Dressage Team Quest series might just be the answer
Do your paddocks resemble the aftermath of a battle field? This step-by-step guide will have your paddocks back to health in no time
Find out what vaccinations your horse needs and when they should be given with Horse & Hound’s expert guide
Veterinary physiotherapist Hayley Marsh offers a variety of strengthening exercises to do at home — including stretches to increase muscle length, flexibility, suppleness and joint range of motion
Veterinary physiotherapist Hayley Marsh offers a variety of strengthening exercises to do at home in between treatments using polework
If you are going to get out and about with your horse this winter, you are likely to be loading and unloading in the dark. So how can you do…
Find out about the dangers of ragwort and how best to get the poisonous plant under control
Keeping competition horses in peak condition through the winter can be a challenge. We delve into the diet plan of Team GB dressage horse Supernova II, to find out the…
Keeping competition horses in peak condition through the winter can be a challenge. We delve into the diet plan of 2017 Hickstead Derby winner Golvers Hill, to find out the…
We delve into the diet plan of 2017 Burghley winner Ballaghmor Class, to find out the details of his winter feeding regime
Heaving wet rugs across the yard and attempting to dry them in freezing conditions can prompt a flurry of expletives. But is there an easier way? We ask you to…
If you're considering a hanging cheek snaffle bit for your horse, then read a bitting expert's view on how it works and what types of horse it best suits
The Olympic dressage riders shows us how you can use your body to influence the horse, improving the horse's reaction to the aids by engaging the rider's seat and balance
Snaffles are the most widely used bits on the market, but what is the difference between a loose ring and an eggbutt and which horses do they suit best?
Have you ever wondered what the British Dressage Petplan Equine Area Festivals competitions are all about? Here’s everything you need to know...
Enjoy competing in unaffiliated dressage and looking for the next step? Then check out British Dressage’s My Quest series