Top riders and H&H readers share their tips for coping through the winter months — from exercising horses in the morning to investing in a turnout rug with a neck hood
Sometimes no amount of scrubbing can shift the stains on grey coats or white socks. Horse & Hound asks the experts to reveal their most dazzling tips
With the clocks about to turn back, now is the time to assess your horse’s chances of staying healthy through the cold months ahead. Roger Lee MRCVS outlines factors to consider
Here are a few time saving horse care tips to make life at the yard run that little bit more smoothly…
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
Our chartered physiotherapist investigates back pain in horses and how to recognise if your horse is suffering from it
All horse owners need to understand why the parasite group cyathostomins (small redworm) are the most deadly
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
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
When temperatures soar, knowing how to keep dehydration at bay when your horse is on the move is more important than ever
Are you cooling your horse correctly after competition? Fran James MRCVS outlines the most effective means of bringing down core body temperature
Come December when it's pouring with rain or we're breaking the ice on the trough, these things will be the least of our worries. But right now, here are a few summer hardships we're struggling with...
Our chartered human and equine physiotherapist explain how your own anatomy is not as different to your horse's as you might initially think
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
We all know about applying sun cream to our skin to avoid burning and skin damage — but how often do you remember your horse?
Bad behaviour could be due to discomfort or disobedience, but unravelling the root cause can be a challenge, as Roger Lee MRCVS explains
Dr David Marlin explains why riders shouldn't think a horse that coughs during its warm-up is in the best of health
Find out how to preventing your horse from becoming dehydrated and signs to look out for
We might be excited about the prospect of some sun — but with it comes the pesky flies. So we asked readers to reveal their handy tips for keeping flies at bay. Start stocking up...
Here’s what you need to know about your horse’s tongue — a vital yet often over-looked part of the equine anatomy