We're all looking looking to keep our horses happy and healthy while making our lives easier, so find out how to ensure you and your horse thrive this winter with these tips from the professionals
It’s a worrying time when reports of deaths due to the equine herpes virus hit the headlines, but is there cause for panic? Andrea Oakes investigates
A closer take-off point and a cafeteria-style diet — that is the key advice that Sian Barton received for her ex-racehorse during the last of her Saracen Horse Feeds/H&H ex-racehorse to event horse 2016 bursary training sessions
The top lot at the Addington sale was a three-year-old bay mare by Cardento
As a horse-owner, winter can be a struggle. Follow our expert tips to get the most out of your riding time this winter
Thuggish behaviour can make a rig a yard menace, but what are the options if you discover that you own one? Lesley Barwise-Munro MRCVS looks at the implications
Mucking out is never a favourite yard job, particularly in winter. For some, deep littering is the answer — but what are the pros and cons? H&H investigates
Here's a bite-size breakdown of this muscle condition
Surprisingly little is known about the equine jaw joint. In the next of our occasional anatomy series, Karen Coumbe MRCVS examines this hardworking hinge
Cold, dark months with muddy winter fields, short days and endless mucking out can test even the most dedicated horse owner’s commitment, but getting your winter feeding right can ease some of your worries, say the nutrition experts at Spillers
Spillers' equine nutritionist Clare Barfoot provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to feed a horse with poor hooves
While there’s nothing more satisfying than a neatly-clipped horse, all velvet smooth and ready to work without working up a sweat, getting to that point isn’t always plain sailing...
With temperatures plummeting and the nights drawing in, Andrea Oakes asks grooms how they make winter work — and keep motivation levels up
A foul-smelling discharge is often the first sign of a hoof infection. Thrush is the likely culprit, but could it be canker? Richard Lovejoy DipWCF explains
It is a well-known fact that horses are not the most predictable of beasts and the slightest change of environment can be detrimental to their stress levels and general outlook on life.
When the rain is driving down and you're sliding through mud to catch your horse who is wearing a drenched turnout, it's easy to question why it was such a good idea to own a horse at all
We asked H&H readers to come up with their top winter survival tips. Here are some of the best...
Two more are being treated in hospital, and another two have shown signs but appear to be recovering, but vets believe the outbreak is confined to one yard
Could exercise and a regular vitamin and mineral supplement help protect grazing horses from the devastating effects of atypical myopathy? Andrea Oakes reports
Caroline Hughes MRCVS explains the science behind her three golden feeding rules, and why you must follow them in order to keep your horse happy and healthy