Contrary to myth, laminitis occurs all year-round and not just in the spring. It is an emergency that needs prompt action so find out how to recognise it and what to do if your horse is showing signs
Thinking of buying a lean youngster, or taking on a horse who could be in better condition? Kieran O’Brien MRCVS discusses the implications
If you selling a horse, horsebox, tack or items of clothing, then read our helpful guide to avoid some of the most common scams found online
Behind every great horse is a great stallion, but can you identify these top horses’ sires?
Splints are common in performance horses and rarely cause a problem once they have formed, but will require the horse to be rested when they first occur
Find out what vaccinations your horse needs and when they should be given with Horse & Hound’s expert guide
Fungus that grows undetected in hidden cavities called the guttural pouches can have devastating consequences, as Andrea Oakes and Phil Cramp MRCVS explain
1. Lots of energy but no fizz Who would have thought that Alfa-A Oil provides the same amount of energy as cereal based feeds – well it does! Alfa-A Oil provides 12.5MJ/kg of Digestible Energy but with much lower levels of sugar and starch – about 10 times less starch…
From damsires to covering and AI to gestation period here are the answers to some questions you have always wondered about
Rick Farr of Farr & Pursey Equine Vets shares his expert advice on the pros and cons of going unshod with horses and ponies
Lustrous lower leg hair can harbour unwelcome visitors at this time of year. Nadine Page MRCVS offers advice on mite management
We may have hoped that spring was just around the corner, but then the 'Beast from the East' arrived, delivering another covering of the white stuff...
Have you ever wondered whether turning out on frosty grass could be harmful to your horse’s digestive system? Here's what you need to know...
For horses confined to their stable and owners wanting to spend the best possible time with them, we bring you our pick of products to help keep your box-rested horse happy
Spillers' equine nutritionist Clare Barfoot provides one H&H forum user with some helpful advice on the best way to feed hay to a horse
Suspensory ligament injuries can limit the future athletic ability of sport horses, so we explain all you need to know about how to identify and treat them
Food that becomes trapped in a gap between the teeth can decay, with serious consequences for dental health. Neil Townsend MRCVS explains
Enjoy a taster of what Pony Club members can expect when they take part in the horse and pony care competition
When a horse loses a companion or field-mate, do they also feel loss? Veterinary behaviourist Gemma Pearson MRCVS shares her thoughts on the matter
Equine Recurrent Uveitis, also known as ‘moon blindness’, is far more common in Germany and America than in the UK where it remains quite rare, explains H&H