While there’s nothing more satisfying than a neatly-clipped horse, all velvet smooth and ready to work without working up a sweat, getting to that point isn’t always plain sailing...
Lack of shuteye could make a big difference to his mood, health and performance, says Kieran O’Brien MRCVS
Finding your dream horse can be a daunting challenge for any rider. But what about if you are registered as blind?
Keeping competition horses in peak condition through the winter can be a challenge. We delve into the diet plan of 2017 Hickstead Derby winner Golvers Hill, to find out the details of his winter feeding regime
Withdrawal of funding puts British breeding back two decades, says Horse & Hound's sport horse breeding columnist
Spillers' equine nutritionist Clare Barfoot provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to feed a cob through the winter
Today (19 October 2017) the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery will parade in Hyde Park to mark its 70th anniversary. Go behind the scenes to see what life is like for the horses on the yard in Woolwich, London
We investigate the clinical signs which tell you how serious a bout of colic actually could be
Using a twitch to restrain a horse can be a controversial technique — but how do they actually work?
Should wolf teeth be extracted before they become troublesome? Andrea Oakes investigates
We delve into the diet plan of 2017 Burghley winner Ballaghmor Class, to find out the details of his winter feeding regime
Heaving wet rugs across the yard and attempting to dry them in freezing conditions can prompt a flurry of expletives. But is there an easier way? We ask you to share your secrets
Rick Farr B.Sc (Hons), B.V.Sc, MRCVS of Farr & Pursey Equine Veterinary Services gives his expert advice on navicular disease
Expert advice from H&H on how to recognise mud fever, what treatment is necessary and how to avoid the condition from taking hold
Make sure you and your horse don't get caught out by the autumnal weather with our seasonal horsecare guide
Soreness or swelling can indicate material lodged in the eye or under the skin, but what if the object has been swallowed? Gil Riley MRCVS highlights the dangers
Online scammers are getting more and more convincing, so H&H offers expert tips to help you protect yourself
Rick Farr of Farr & Pursey Equine Vets shares his expert advice on how a pre-purchase exam works, what to expect and whether getting one is always worth it
Wave goodbye to lie-ins, crack out the handcream and get ready for rug dilemmas — autumn is back
When a horse dies, it can be as traumatic and raw for the owner as losing a best friend or family member. But there are ways to lighten the sense of loss, says animal communicator and intuitive healer Zoë Henderson