Meet the mare who has been producing a star-studded lust of descendants including Charlotte Dujardin's latest national champion
Horse & Hound's sport horse breeding columnist talks about thinking it through before breeding horses
Discover a solution to the dilemma facing many owners whose horses become stable-bound when it snows
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
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
With snow forecast for some parts of the UK later this week, Lottie Butler finds out how to get prepared and avoid a total lock-down
We don’t mean to nag, but there are a few chores that, in an ideal world, you’ll have done before February arrives...
A pioneering new replanting technique may yet bring the treatment of equine tooth problems in line with human dentistry. Andrea Oakes reports
As horse owners set their goals and targets for the season ahead, Blue Chip explains why now is the ideal time to add a balancer from its range to your horse's diet
The mundane task of filling your horse's haynet becomes significantly less mundane when you have a flattened frog or stray address book to contend with...
What makes the perfect equine athlete? Andrea Oakes discovers whether there’s a blueprint for sporting success
Spillers' equine nutritionist Clare Barfoot provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to feed a cob in light work but who has very little grass in his field
When you have been looking after horses for longer than you can remember, and have got your grazing management down to a fine art, it's likely you don't give your grass much more thought. But here Jonathan Holmes explains the role of an equine agronomist
Why do some horses form such strong bonds with others — and panic when parted from their companions? Gemma Pearson MRCVS explains the causes of clingy behaviour and how to deal with it.
Dressage rider and self-confessed "control freak" Sarah Millis shows H&H readers how to produce plaits which will wow the judges
Hopping lame with a leg like a tree trunk — is it a fracture, or infection? Andrea Oakes discovers the possible causes of dramatic inflammation and finds that prompt action is vital
Rick Farr of Farr & Pursey Equine Vets shares his expert advice on Cushing's Syndrome
The large intestine can be likened to the horse’s major food-processing factory. Tim Mair MRCVS delves into the equine bowels for the latest of our anatomy guides
Horse & Hound's sport horse breeding columnist talks about a ecent passport recommendations and why it may cause an issue
Spillers' equine nutritionist Clare Barfoot provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to feed a horse with suspected gastric ulcers