With savvy turnout techniques, you can make the most of your horse’s appearance and conformation — and boost your chances of success in the ring

The manager of Hartpury’s Equine Therapy Centre is inspired by a visit to the Injured Jockey’s Fund’s flagship at Oaksey House

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Roughing off your hunter: dos and don’ts

Find out how best to prepare horses that have been stabled and rugged up during the winter for being turned out 24/7 during the spring and summer months

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Colic in horses: the risk factors and how to reduce them

Prevention of colic is obviously far better than cure and, unfortunately, many of the things we do with our horses, such as stabling and competing, increase the risk of colic

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12 ways to manage the diet of a horse with Cushing’s disease

There is no cure for Cushing’s but with careful management, appropriate nutrition and veterinary treatment, horses can have comfortable active lives for several years with the condition

Read Carole Mortimer’s punchy views on why horses should not be raised or kept on small patches of land where they can’t roam or stretch their legs sufficiently

Take a look at our expert advice on managing horses and ponies prone to or at risk from laminitis

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Fizz Marshall’s therapy blog: all taped up and equine Jimmy Choos

Fizz talks about Kinesio taping, dissertation fever, bespoke shoeing and getting out competing in her latest update

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How to keep your horse healthy when travelling [H&H VIP]

New research has highlighted some surprising findings about travelling horses. Find out what you can learn from it to keep your horse healthy

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William Fox-Pitt’s feeding, fitness and horsecare tips [H&H VIP]

H&H guest editor William Fox-Pitt shares his thoughts on training the event horse, the ultimate equine triathlete