We don’t mean to nag, but there are a few chores that, in an ideal world, you’ll have done before February arrives...
Expert advice from H&H on how to recognise mud fever, what treatment is necessary and how to avoid the condition from taking hold
Making end-of-life arrangements for your horse may not be high on your agenda, but these difficult decisions can be easier to deal with ahead of time, as Andrea Oakes finds out
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...
As a horse-owner, winter can be a struggle. Follow our expert tips to get the most out of your riding time this winter
Ricky Farr MRCVS gives some helpful tips on how to keep your horse’s hooves healthy through the winter with some easy to follow preventative measures like these...
Here are nine things to consider when assessing whether your horse is feeling cold
We asked H&H readers to come up with their top winter survival tips. Here are some of the best...
Find out which type of clip will be best suited to your horse this winter
Lack of shuteye could make a big difference to his mood, health and performance, says Kieran O’Brien MRCVS
Today (19 October 2017) the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will parade in Hyde Park to mark its 70th anniversary. Go behind the scenes to see what life is like for the horses on the yard in Woolwich, London
That show is coming up, you want your horse immaculately turned out, but do you shave his whiskers?
Find out how to make the most out of your horse’s feeding regime during the winter months
‘If you can prevent deterioration until the vet arrives, you're going to do such an amazing thing’
Can a competition horse live in the field full-time? Martha Terry looks at the evidence for 24/7 grass management and assesses the pros and cons
Scientists reveal that horses take each other at face value when exchanging looks across the yard, says Andrea Oakes
In her book ‘Modern Horse Management’, showing supremo Katie Jerram looks at how to get the perfect plaits to suit your horse
Do we always listen to what our horses are trying to tell us? A new study is linking facial expressions with the presence of musculoskeletal pain, explains Dr Sue Dyson
Find out how to prevent your horse from becoming dehydrated, and the signs to look out for
Autumn is approaching and owners all over the UK are beginning to bring their horses into their stables at night. It’s that time of the year when you need to order more bedding, but which bedding do you choose? And why…? In our national BEDMAX Equine Health survey carried out…