Pelvic fractures can vary from a simple stress injury to a full-blown break of this sizeable bony structure. Matt Smith MRCVS discusses causes and consequences
At last we are able to enjoy some warm weather — but that means horse owners need to be prepared for the flies, sunburn and hard ground that are the inevitable result, so here are H&H's summer tips to help you and your horse keep your cool
In the first of a new occasional series, we take a closer look at the horse’s brain — how it functions and what can affect its health. Rosie Naylor MRCVS explains
What do you need to consider before making that all important purchase abroad?
Rick Farr B.Sc (Hons), B.V.Sc, MRCVS of Farr & Pursey Equine Veterinary Services gives his expert advice on navicular disease
Crossed wires during foetal development can trigger growth of a teratoma, a tumour containing body parts. Andrea Oakes investigates
Spillers' equine nutritionist Clare Barfoot provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to feed her ex-racehorse who requires more condition
Riders love sunshine, but the rise in temperature can impact on your horse. Make sure his time in the sun is as enjoyable as possible with the following handy advice
The two mares are heading to the Royal Paddocks for a breeding programme
Further investigations may be necessary if a heart murmur is suspected in your horse. Phil Ivens MRCVS explains the tests and terminology used
When temperatures soar, knowing how to keep dehydration at bay when your horse is on the move is more important than ever
Horse & Hound's breeding columnist reviews the number of British-bred horses selected for Team GB at the Rio Olympics
Are you cooling your horse correctly after competition? Fran James MRCVS outlines the most effective means of bringing down core body temperature
Box rest — two words no horse owner wants to hear. Becky Murray finds out how we can keep our horses and ourselves sane at this testing time
When an abnormal presentation cannot be corrected, assisted delivery or caesarean section under general anaesthesia may be required to save mare and foal. Andrea Oakes reports
Andrea Oakes talks to Lucy Brock MRCVS about when the broodmare's vital colostrum proves to be fatal for her offspring
It's amazing what a bit of elbow grease (and possibly a dose of sweat and tears) can do to get our horses looking show ring-ready
We know that ground conditions can be detrimental to horses' limbs, but what effects do they actually have and what are the signs that something is wrong?
When things do go wrong during the foaling process, quick and sometimes difficult decisions must be made, as Andrea Oakes explains
Come December when it's pouring with rain or we're breaking the ice on the trough, these things will be the least of our worries. But right now, here are a few summer hardships we're struggling with...