A horse with a broken bone is a terrifying thought for any owner, and although in some cases a repair may be possible, it is not a straightforward process

Bruce McGorum of Edinburgh Vet School’s Easter Bush Veterinary Centre explains the best way to manage a horse suffering from recurrent airway obstruction

Lice can be a problem in youngsters kept together and repeat doses of treatment may be required to combat the problem effectively

A worrying trend of owners using non-equine drugs to try and enhance their horse's performance has arisen in recent years and is putting equine welfare in danger

Thicker than water and lot more useful when it comes to monitoring health, your horse’s blood can tell you a lot about him, says Horse & Hound

Your horse’s pulse is the mirror to its wellbeing so being able to check it, know what is normal and what to do if it deviates from that norm is a basic but vital area of horse management

What do we know about equine airway disease and how should this effect the way we feed fibre to horses? Teresa Hollands reports on the latest findings from the BEVA Congress last week