Leg wounds are an occupational hazard for working horses. However, if managed correctly, they stand a good chance of healing cleanly
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?
Expert advice on the natural breeding season of mares and the practice of cycle manipulation
Good management is the key to preventing a case of equine rhabdomyolysis syndrome, which is often shortened to simply ERS
New reports on controlling ragwort say control is more effective when carried out during the winter months
Lyme disease is passed on to horses by sheep ticks and is common in woodland areas
All injections carry a small degree of risk and adverse reactions will require veterinary attention
The pros and cons of feeding bran
Good feeding is a major factor in helping you achieve the best from your competition horse
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
Finding your way through the supplement maze
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
While competing in mounted games, Tizzy slipped and fell onto the post.
Seasonal feeding advice when autumn days drawn in
Is your horse not being cooperative? Feeding less starch could be the answer
Producing a horse in peak condition used to be considered an art, but now the range of ready-mixed feeds is so large that the dilemma facing horse owners is which ones to use.
A puncture wound in the horse's hoof is common cause of lameness
The Chinese Year of the Horse may not be until 2002, but Eastern medicine can help you understand and harmonise with your horse now