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How to cope with navicular disease [H&H VIP]

There was a time when a diagnosis of ‘navicular’ referred to a vague and often untreatable foot lameness. We’ve since learnt more about this condition and refined our use of…

An Island fit for horses

Are you on the hunt for a horsey holiday read?

It’s not often that your typical beach read centres around polo. If you’re looking for light-hearted holiday reading with a horsey twist, An island fit for horses could be the…

Anne Bullen

11 horsey treats for Mother’s Day

If your mother wakes up at the crack of dawn to help you load up for a competition, stands uncomplaining while you cross-country school in horizontal rain or mucks out…

Lion Bridge Double at Burghley

6 top riders reveal their favourite shows

With the competition season looming, we asked six top riders from across the disciplines to tell us which events they most look forward to

Waverley Stud

Preparing for a foal: what you need to know

Being well prepared, with essential foaling supplies restocked, is key to peace of mind. Sara Longworth at Waverley Stud tells us what needs to be on the checklist