Herbal treatment proves promising in US trial
Expert advice from HORSE magazine on choosing the right vet for you and your horse
Providing you follow some basic safety guidelines, there are some common ailments, which can be treated at home with essential oils
Horse Magazine's resident vet has some expert advice on how to develop good relations with your vet
Essential oils can be used to treat many equine ailments
Equine warts can affect young horses, but as they are hamless they should be left alone
American horse racing fans mourn death of two-times Kentucky Derby winner Chris Antley
Horse & Hound''s resident feed expert explains the facts about feed intolerance
Advice on how to deal with coughs from Horse & Hound's veterinary expert
Horse & Hound's veterinary expert explains why horses are susceptible to coughs
If a horse's condition is difficult to treat, either vet or owner should ask for a second opinion
Hands-on treatments for horses have long proved effective in promoting health. Now a series of specially designed equine stretching exercises can help get your horse back to top form.
Healing with magnets is a form of complementary medicine that is seeing increased use.
Acupuncture is now included in the treatment of injuries by many mainstream vets. We look at the techniques and theories behind the practice.
How to cope if your horse goes lame or gets injured out hunting
The Chinese Year of the Horse may not be until 2002, but Eastern medicine can help you understand and harmonise with your horse now
While competing in mounted games, Tizzy slipped and fell onto the post.
The Alexander Technique has been used as a means of enhancing performance among musicians and actors, but riders can benefit too
Find out how treatment usually used for humans put this Cushing's disease sufferer back on his feet
What looks like a little cut can be a serious problem, so act quickly