There are a range of troublesome flying insects for horse owners to look out for this summer. Take a look at our useful advice on what to do if your horse is bitten
It's always exciting bringing a new horse home, so to ensure it runs as smoothly as possible, here is our ultimate guide to the process
We all know about applying sun cream to our skin to avoid burning and skin damage — but how often do you remember your horse?
Ceiling fans, avoiding watercourses and oiling coats — don’t let sweet itch cause you and your horse misery this summer
Riders love sunshine, but the rise in temperature can impact on your horse. Make sure his time in the sun is as enjoyable as possible with the following handy advice
At last we are able to enjoy some warm weather — but that means horse owners need to be prepared for the flies, sunburn and hard ground that are the inevitable result, so here are H&H’s summer tips to help you and your horse keep your cool…
Buttercups are a common feature on many equine pastures, but how much of a problem are they and what risks do they pose to horses?
Should you turn out your horse 24/7 or should they come in? We ask some experts and get the low down from some other equestrians to find out
Do your paddocks resemble the aftermath of a battle field? This step-by-step guide will have your paddocks back to health in no time
Thinking of buying a lean youngster, or taking on a horse who could be in better condition? Kieran O’Brien MRCVS discusses the implications
We may have hoped that spring was just around the corner, but then the 'Beast from the East' arrived, delivering another covering of the white stuff...
Have you ever wondered whether turning out on frosty grass could be harmful to your horse’s digestive system? Here's what you need to know...
For horses confined to their stable and owners wanting to spend the best possible time with them, we bring you our pick of products to help keep your box-rested horse happy
Enjoy a taster of what Pony Club members can expect when they take part in the horse and pony care competition
When a horse loses a companion or field-mate, do they also feel loss? Veterinary behaviourist Gemma Pearson MRCVS shares her thoughts on the matter
If you'd like to offer your horse an unusual treat, then find out from the experts which types of fruit and veg are a good choice to try
Whether horizontal or vertical, hoof cracks can vary in size and degree of severity. Richard Stephenson MRCVS outlines causes, treatments and prevention
Retirement livery yards typically specialise in caring for old or injured horses, providing a useful service for owners without their land
An abscess in the hoof can be excruciatingly painful for the horse but this common problem is normally quite straightforward to treat
We don’t mean to nag, but there are a few chores that, in an ideal world, you’ll have done before February arrives...