Plaiting your horse's mane correctly can make all the difference to the way he looks, but how do you make them last the course?
Expert advise on selecting the right feed to suit your horse's nutritional requirements
At the start of the season, it's important that your horse is adequately fit and there are steps you can take to avoid typical hunting injuries
First aid for horses varies from treating minor injuries to providing serious emergency care until help arrives
New reports on controlling ragwort say control is more effective when carried out during the winter months
Kitchen cupboard remedies you can use safely to keep your horse in the best of health
A vet who specialises in homeopathy offers his advice on natural remedies to combat mud fever
Making a date for your farrier's next visit is vital if you want to keep your horse's hooves in good order
A seemingly insignificant wound can harbour an infection as serious as tetanu, emphasising the dangers of kicks
How to treat saddle rash and saddle sores
A puncture wound in the horse's hoof is common cause of lameness
Advice on clipping nervous horses and helping to make a "first-time" experience stress-free
Over the past 30 years, "open" ventilation of stables has been considered essential to the horse's wellbeing, but have horses become more prone to infection as a result?
Protect your horse's legs with exercise bandages
The "fright and flight" attitude of horses makes them prone to injury, which is why even the tiniest wound needs careful attention
Di Lampard talks about this invaluable training aid, which helps horse stretch over their back
The sport of endurance riding looks set to reap the rewards of an increasingly high-tech approach to horse care.
Building a stable at home is an investment which could add to the value of your property
Q: I have been a horseowner for about three years and currently own a wonderful schoolmaster who has given me lots of confidence and taught me the basics in riding and horsecare. I am planning to compete at local level this season and have bought a horsebox. My first show…
Long stretches in the stable for an animal evolved to live in a herd can lead to stress and vices. Here we look at two of the most common stable vices - weaving and crib-biting