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5 facts about pedal bone fractures [H&H VIP]

Fractures of the pedal bone are fairly common and can occur in horses and ponies of all ages, types and breeds. Karen Coumbe MRCVS gets the facts straight

The 'Legends' of racing

11 horsey things to do this week

Stuck for things to do? We've picked a selection of equestrian events to keep boredom at bay over the next 7 days

A horse jumping a cross-country fence

How to buy an eventer: what to look for

Eventing is often deemed to be the ultimate test of horse and rider, but with so much to ask, what do top riders prioritise when they're looking to buy an…

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34 fantastic Foxhunter winners in pictures

To celebrate this year's championship at HOYS, we look back in pictures at 33 of the outstanding horses that have claimed the Foxhunter title

Stabled horses

When to bring your horse in at night

If he lives out 24/7 in summer, but is stabled at night during winter, you’ll be deliberating at what point to bring your horse in