If you want to keep your yard owner happy and on side, here are some things to avoid...
You don’t have to spend very long on a yard to start to know your ‘gossipy rider’ from your ‘reluctant rider’. Vanessa Fletcher rounds up some of the more common types of equestrians — and the faux pas to avoid on meeting them
Horse & Hound readers reveal their comedy encounters with the stars of the equestrian world
There are some competition days that we will never forget — for all the right or wrong reasons. Emma Shadbolt asks top riders what their most memorable moments are
If you spent more time playing Mary King's Riding Star computer game than riding your real-life pony — it's likely you were a horsey child of the 90s
Rewind to the shows of your childhood and fondly remember the tantrums, collisons, loose ponies and the rising stars who won everything
Do you miss the water fights and musical rides? Read on to discover what legacy Pony Club camp has left you
Always knowing which way is home, working out whether an electric fence is on or off and spitting out wormer after convincing you they’ve swallowed it. If you think your horse or pony is particularly clever, you may relate to several of these...
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...
Scientists put modern day jouster Roy Murray through his paces to see how he fared against other top athletes
From Broomstick the skinny thoroughbred who liked to take off, to the German-bred Kraut, some horse names are so bad, they're unforgettably good
Does your horse ever look at you as if you're asking him the most absurd questions? If the answer is yes, you're not alone
Tough, resilient, reliable and brilliant fun. Of course no horse is perfect, but cob owners and riders have got a pretty good deal. Here are 18 reasons why H&H's showing editor Aimi Clark thinks they are so much better than thoroughbreds. Thoroughbred lovers — get ready to fight your corner...
In the midst of winter when you were unsure if you would ever feel your right big toe again, you were longing for the summer to arrive. But now it's here, you're wondering if it might not be all it's cracked up to be...
Here we give you a beginner’s guide to life with horses in the ‘language’ of emoji...
If you’re heading to the races this week (20-24 June), watching from home, or merely just perusing the daily papers, here’s a snapshot of some of the characters you’re likely to come across
To celebrate Father’s Day today (18 June 2017), we take a light-hearted look at what our long-suffering dads have to put up with
Nearly one week on from the General Election and the dust hasn't quite settled in Westminster. But what did the horseworld make of the political upset?
From bacon butty errands to disposing of unwanted rats, Father's Day this Sunday (18 June 2017) is a good opportunity to say "three cheers" for the unhorsey dad
The venue for the 2018 World Equestrian Games will be hosting an equine series with a difference this summer