Don't know the difference between a banker and a bumper? Hat or no hat? Swot up with our guide for first time racegoers
Horse & Hound's point-to-point columnist talks about maintaining 'grassroots' hunter chases.
Take a look at our pick of properties for green-fingered horse owners
The then seven-year-old was destined for slaughter but was given a chance to show his talent
Hurrah for Exmoor ponies! Hairy, loyal, strong, versatile... And on the cover of this week's issue of Horse & Hound magazine. Here's why we're (just slightly) in love...
The world's first private equine airport "lounge" has opened in New York
Feeding is a complicated science — never more so than with a competition horse aiming for peak performance. Emily Bevan sorts the facts from the fiction
Horse & Hound's racing columnist on why Altior shouldn't be compared to Sprinter Sacre quite yet.
Test your knowledge of this week's news stories on www.horseandhound.co.uk with this fun quiz
The life-size bronze took six months to make and will stand on the Best Mate Plaza on the northern entrance to Cheltenham racecourse
Watch the British Eventing JAS (Jumping and Style) final from Hartpury. Action starts at 4.30pm on Sunday 19 February and is brought to you by BETV
Be wealthier, healthier, happier and smug, all because you own a native pony or horse
The two ponies are now in the care of Bransby Horses and are receiving veterinary treatment
Horse & Hound's guest showjumping columnist on how courses in the USA differ to ours
Watch the live action from Bury Farm's British Showjumping small pony premier show on 18-19 February, brought to you by Canter Banter
Watch international showjumping action from week six of the Winter Equestrian Festival at Wellington in Florida
Horse & Hound's dressage columnist urges riders to help raise funds for the sport
Londoners would be excused for thinking that they were seeing things when the 2016 Grand National winner Rule The World made his way through the centre of the capital yesterday...
'We will be implementing a strict biosecurity policy in order to bring the infection under control as soon as possible.'
Irish-trained horses have dominated the top of the Grand National 2017 weights, but the highest-rated entry will not be starting this year's race