We take a look at some of the many highlights of Jennie’s career, and some things you may not have known about her
Rick Farr B.Sc (Hons), B.V.Sc, MRCVS of Farr & Pursey Equine Veterinary Services shares his expert advice on sarcoids
Giving your horse a good groom every day means you can keep them looking smart while keeping an eye out for any problems. Sara Walker explains what you’ll need to do the job...
The girth just holds your saddle on, right? Actually, choosing and fitting a girth requires as much careful consideration as the rest of your tack...
Can keeping goldfish in your horse’s water trough, save you the task of having to clean it?
Sudden stiffness and discoloured urine could indicate a muscle disorder. Andrea Oakes investigates causes and management techniques
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
Clipping – and particularly the timing of the final clip of the season – is a subject which always generates a healthy debate. H&H asked grooms, producers and owners when – or if – the clippers get put away for the season
Top vets have shared advice on how to get horses and ponies in suitable condition before the spring
A shock cancer diagnosis has sidelined top show cob Our Cashel Blue for the season. Andrea Oakes follows his story
We don’t mean to nag, but there are a few chores that, in an ideal world, you’ll have done before February arrives...
Lymphangitis is a potentially serious equine condition caused by bacterial infection of the lymphatic system
A contaminated supplement was found to be responsible for two horses’ positive tests for a banned substance
Find out everything you need to know about this key scheme in the world of horse feeds and supplements
A mysterious lump or an unexplained illness might call for a biopsy, but what does this procedure involve? Karen Coumbe MRCVS outlines the key points
‘He has been much loved and I am very grateful to both the teams at Stallion AI and Bolesworth who ooked after him beautifully to the end’
Automatic waterers may save labour, but are they for the best? Kieran O’Brien MRCVS discusses the pros and cons
Good wound closure is critical to effective healing. Patrick Pollock FRCVS looks at modern methods — and explains what to do if your horse sustains an injury
When you’re an equine vet, tasked with saving horses’ lives, things shouldn't go wrong but inevitably they do, as six equine vets reveal...
Flexion tests can offer clues about a horse’s soundness, so why are they so controversial? Andrea Oakes investigates