You've finally found a horse that's perfect, so don't fall at the last hurdle. Here is a checklist of important things not to forget
So you've got your new horse home. It's an exciting time, but, what if something goes wrong or you're not sure where to start? Here's some expert advice to help you...
If you're planning to buy a horse, make sure you know what your legal rights are first to avoid any disputes arising
H&H looks at the factors that affect the response to flexion tests
With professional help and advice there are plenty of success stories to show that an ex-racehorse can adapt to and excel in a number of disciplines
Follow H&H's advice for picking up a bargain at horse sales
If you have recently advertised with H&H and receive a call from someone asking for your payment details again, don't give them out
Incurring an injury when trying a new horse is a real danger and a current court case has called into question who is responsible if a horse misbehaves when being tried
If you were offered a blank cheque for your best horse, would you pocket it and run, or turn it down in the hope of fulfilling a lifelong ambition?
Spotting a potential top-class horse or pony can be tricky
Have horse prices been affected by the recession and are there bargains to be had?
Expert advice on getting horses vetted overseas
H&H's top tips for snaffling an elusive family all-rounder
Is it legal to have a loan horse euthanased without the owner's consent?
Work out if you can afford to keep a horse with our guide to the regular costs involved
Legal advice on what you can do if you have unknowingly bought a horse that is a rig
What legal action can be taken if a new horse is not as it was described upon purchase?
How do BSJA points and grades work when a horse has been imported?
What to do if the trailer you have bought is not compatible with your towing vehicle
Do you need insurance when trying out a horse you are looking to buy?