No time to sit down with good book? Then this selection of equestrian-themed audiobooks maybe just the answer as you can listen to them while you work
In this week’s Horse & Hound magazine, out on Thursday 15 February 2018, don’t miss our feature on duns, we talk to owners who say there is no such thing…
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Cian O’Connor’s new flying horse Clenur, who boasts a particularly extravagant front leg action over a fence
The cheeky Shetland also took a swipe at The Queen’s flowers when Her Majesty visited Stirling Castle last summer
Join us as we take a look around the home of leading KWPN jumping sire Numero Uno...
The company behind the series hope this will attract major new sponsors and more people into the sport
Why would you put over reach boots on hind legs? Geoff Billington uses this simple solution to a testing problem
Sophie Rohan said working with judge Jennifer Hudson is ‘every bit as amazing as you might think’
The Rio triple gold medallist has finally found her potential WEG partner
H&H's sport horse breeding editor reflects on an eye-opening trip to Germany's stallion shows
The 12-year-old gelding won the grand prix and the freestyle at both Windsor and Bolesworth in 2017
It's natural for horses to find others to interact with, but they don't always have to be horses, as this selection clearly shows...
If you'd like to offer your horse an unusual treat, then find out from the experts which types of fruit and veg are a good choice to try
All eyes have been on West Sussex this week with the Hickstead Derby meeting. Why not make it a local event with one of these great equestrian properties?
Your horse’s intestines are teeming with millions of friendly bacteria that could provide the key to his overall health. Richard Hepburn MRCVS explains
Get all the details you need to know about the 2018 native breed shows
The film looks back at the horrors faced by rescuers, to how they went about rehabilitating the equines and finally visits happily rehomed survivors
Grant Hayter-Menzies chronicles the life of Dorothy Brooke, founder of international equine welfare charity Brooke, and her efforts to relieve the suffering of former war horses in Egypt
Willows Animal Sanctuary has said a final farewell to a much-loved veteran and sanctuary favourite. Fluke, who was believed to be 42, arrived at the Aberdeenshire centre in August 2016…
Catch up with the latest sponsorship news from the equestrian world