Many problems affecting foals in the first week of life have similar and subtle symptoms
Which parent is more important when it comes to breeding better-behaved horses?
Irish draught fans are mourning the loss of the popular stallion Grange Bouncer who was put to sleep in December
The number of thoroughbreds being bred in Britain is in sharp decline, which is welcome news to racing and welfare bodies
H&H sport horse breeding editor Alice Collins enjoys a whistle-stop tour of some of Germany's best stallions at one private stallion parade and two public
The Stallion Showcase GB will host dressage, showjumping and eventing stallions at Addington Manor in Buckinghamshire this weekend
At the recent World Horse Welfare Conference, a panel of equestrian experts shared their thoughts on the best way to tackle this thorny issue
A product that could transform thoroughbred breeding by allowing foals to be born closer to 1 January will go on the market next year
Defra has recognised gypsy cobs as a breed and the Traditional Gypsy Cob Association is now the official passport issuing office for them in the UK and the European Union
H&H looks at some of the training courses on offer that can give you the edge and impress prospective employers
The top five youngsters all scored elite premiums at the evaluations, held yesterday (10 July) at Catherston Stud
Stricter rules in place for this year's British Equestrian Federation (BEF) Futurity evaluations - a nationwide scheme for the assessment of youngstock - mean that, with some exceptions, only offspring by graded stallions will be allowed to participate
Horse & Hound gets expert advice for a reader looking to breed a successful event horse from her successful event mare
Equine reproduction experts are to join forces with the British Society of Animal Science for next year's Colloquium for Equine Reproduction
Horse shows in the Netherlands have been disrupted by an outbreak of the neurological strain of the equine herpes virus (EHV-1)
A worrying lack of education was demonstrated by some mare owners wanting to take part in our "Which stallion suits your mare?" magazine feature
Less traditional coloured competition horses are becoming increasingly sought after, so how can you predict the colour of your mare's offspring?
Every breeder will know that the most critical meal in any horse's life is its very first one
Would you welcome free advice from an expert about which stallions would suit her best?
The former chairman of an Australian racetrack is testing Australian thoroughbred breeding's ban on artificial insemination (AI) in court