Today (19 October 2017) the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will parade in Hyde Park to mark its 70th anniversary. Go behind the scenes to see what life is like for the horses on the yard in Woolwich, London
Thanks to a new video released by Horse & Country TV, you can now enjoy the highlights of Olympic gold-medallist Valegro’s stellar career in one sitting
Make sure you can recognise the signs of equine fatigue and know how to delay its onset through appropriate riding
From finding breeches that are long enough to always having to get people's tack down for them, there are a few problems tall riders have to contend with...
We find out which brands, labels and fashions the 28-year-old is currently wearing both at home and in competition
With such a wide range of bridles available, choosing the right one for your horse can be a challenge, so here is some help from amateur eventer Lizzie Reid
The Countryside Alliance's hunting newcomers' week provides the ideal opportunity for those new to the sport to have a go. Here's how you can get involved
The approach to perfect hoof health has become contentious, at times even a combative discussion between shoeing the horse or keeping it barefoot
In this week’s issue of Horse & Hound magazine (12 October 2017), read an exclusive extract from Nick Skelton’s new autobiography Gold, which hits the shelves on 19 October. Here Nick reveals his five favourite horses of all time
With a lot of schools currently on their half term breaks, make the most of your free time and take a look at this range of competitions you need to enter
However long you've looked after horses there are some inevitable firsts that you can only experience as a horse owner or rider — from frosty receptions in supermarkets to the walk of shame after being ditched over a hedge
We asked you to give us examples of when your livery yard owners went above and beyond the call of duty to make your time on the yard perfect
We delve into the diet plan of 2017 Burghley winner Ballaghmor Class, to find out the details of his winter feeding regime
Not in a position to buy? Here's our pick of equestrian properties to rent — from a state-of-the-art home to a livery yard in an enviable location
Who blames these horses and ponies for taking a closer look at the delights of what goes on indoors (central heating, comfy sofas, well-stocked larders...)? We're just glad we're not the ones doing the clearing up...
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 share your secrets
If you quite fancy the idea of producing a young horse this winter, take a look at this selection for sale on the Horse & Hound website this week
Enjoy some of our favourite updates from equestrian social media channels during the past week
Horses have been around for, well, donkey’s years. They’re inextricably woven into the fabric and folklore of Britain — and many countries round the world, too. As it’s Friday 13th, what better time to round up a few horsey superstitions...
We celebrate the superstar Frankel — whose progeny are proving popular in the sales ring with one filly making 2.5m Guineas recently at Tattersalls