Owners could be investigated for tax evasion by HMRC for dishonestly claiming vehicles as company expenses
As numbers of equine rare breeds drop, societies remain upbeat but why are Briatin's native breeds in decline?
A new classification policy has been launched by the RDA and BD designed “to give clearer guidance and offer a more structured system"
Walkers near Yelverton, Devon, found the pony with a crossbow bolt embedded in its front leg
Woman claiming to be a private seller knowingly sold dangerous horses to unsuspecting clients
H&H talks to Badminton event director Hugh Thomas about changes to this year's cross-country course
Horsemart's marketing has been condemned by equine charities for a second time, after a sales newsletter suggested that people should consider buying multiple horses
A court case against two members of the Lunesdale hunt has collapsed just one day into a scheduled two-day trial
The rider died after being thrown from her horse while she was trying to remount last year
Changes to the International Stairway series, including a greater prize fund, means more riders will have the opportunity to qualify for HOYS this year