Should you turn out your horse 24/7 or should they come in? We ask some experts and get the low down from some other equestrians to find out
Whatever your preference or circumstances regarding turnout, it is important to look at your horse as an individual and make the decision based on what is right — and works — for them
The depths of winter are nearly upon us. Your hardy horse lives out all year round without a care in the world, saving you a fortune on livery bills and mucking out… But what do they really think about it?
This perfectionist bunch has taken equestrian standards to another level...
Dressage rider and self-confessed "control freak" Sarah Millis shows H&H readers how to produce plaits which will wow the judges
It might be nearly the end of the season, but Heythrop stud groom Tony Stroud gives Horse & Hound his top tips for turning your horses out perfectly for a day’s hunting
For some, turnout boots are an essential part of keeping their horse protected while in the field. Others, however, believe bare is best when it comes to legs. H&H looks at the pros and cons
If the rain and mud have resulted in your horse being stable-bound, then you and your horse may be feeling pretty fed-up, so take a look at these boredom busting tips
Want to impress the judge in the showring? Showing supremo Katie Jerram shares her secrets for preparing horses to win time and time again
An American product has been launched in the UK designed to make plaiting your horse easier
The "Vegas 300 Turnout" is made from 600 denier waterproof and ripstop polyester material, has 300g of filling and is lined with polyester
Equestrian rug manufacturer Masta has added new lines to its collection for autumn/ winter 2012
Scientists in Japan wondered whether the surface available for rolling would affect the frequency and duration of the behaviour
Turnout is all important for any showing class, so make sure you and your horse look the part when making your working hunter debut with Horse & Hound's expert tips.
A new "best turned out" series for National Hunt horses has been launched by Racing Welfare
New research suggests that horses get injured far more frequently than thought
Want your horse to stand out from the crowd? You could always clip a carrot, L-plate or shamrock into his quarters
Irish riders sport a shamrock, Kiwis a fern — with a royal wedding looming, how about flashing a crown on your horse’s quarters?
A new study suggests that reducing turnout to restrict a pony’s grass intake may be pointless
H&H explains what is the correct dress for riders competing in BSPS classes