Find out which travel boots were chosen as the best in test and best value in our independent group test
The Riding for the Disabled (RDA) National Championships happened last weekend (13-15 July) at Hartpury, in Gloucestershire. To explain more about this event, here’s a few things you might not have known about it...
Spillers’ equine nutritionist Clare Barfoot provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on how to feed her horse for a shiny coat without adding calories and condition
One of the busiest people behind the scenes at Aachen this week will be Dale Hailstone, who works for Laura Kraut. Here’s some of his top grooming tips...
“Riding my horse is my release and escape from the military”
Meet the rider who was arguably one of the busiest at the recent RDA Championships (13-15 July)
Horsey mums tend to be the number one groom, the instructor, sports psychologist, bank manager and a whole lot more
Meet Lindsey and Hercules, who were competing at the RDA National Championships last weekend (13-15 July)
“Just when we thought we had got him right, we would be back to square one”
Meet this carriage driver, who was competing at the RDA National Championships last weekend (13-15 July), who was forced to turn her back on riding after an accident
They are more used to a racetrack than a running track, but find out how these two top jockeys got on in a new sport
To celebrate ‘world emoji day’ today (17 July), here we give you a beginner’s guide to life with horses in the ‘language’ of emoji...
Meet this inspirational rider, who was competing at the RDA National Championships last weekend (13-15 July)
Here top showjumper Louise Pavitt, who competes up to five-star level and also has pony and junior European medals to her name, shares her advice on how to make the most of your showjumping coursewalk experience to help maximise the chances of producing the best round possible
While many plants can be poisonous if eaten to excess, there are some poisonous plants that horses should avoid at all costs
From hounds and what to wear to food and shopping, find out all you need to know about the Festival of Hunting
Caroline Moore, former four-star eventer and British Eventing national under-18 coach and junior team coach, explains how you can use this gridwork exercise to encourage your horse to become more straight and quick on his feet
Here are just a few reasons why you should be there, plus one incredible opportunity that would make your day a particularly memorable one…
Not only does this place offer the perfect haven for your horses, but you can also earn the cash to keep them
On 1 July, Jane Hutchison had her first ever British Eventing (BE) cross-country fence judging experience at Hopetoun Horse Trials, near Edinburgh. Here she explains a few of the things she learnt from her day as a volunteer...