Call us high maintenance, but there are some things in our tackroom that we're not sure we could survive without...
An orphaned miniature foal has formed a 'real bond' with his adopted mother and sister
Treatment of soft tissue injury in the hoof is most successful when vet, farrier and technology come together, as vet Dr Peter Milner and farrier Ian Hughes explain
Grade A showjumper Loughnatousa Raven has adopted an orphaned foal whose mother had to be put down due to colic
What is the significance of blood in a horse’s nostrils after hard work? Dr Colin Roberts discusses exercise-induced bleeding and its effect on athletic performance
The race was on when Balthazar King was left fighting for breath after fracturing his ribs in a Grand National fall says Andrea Oakes. Find out about his recovery
Whether you’ve owned horses for years or will soon be buying your first, remembering to make the following checks on a daily basis will ensure you know what is normal…
When a promising young racehorse lost his form, the culprit was found to be an enterolith — a grapefruit-sized internal obstruction. Tim Mair MRCVS tells us more
The all-rounder is often the hardest horse to buy, so be prepared to take enough time to find the right animal for you
If we were creating a fantasy stable yard, here's what we'd put on our wish list...