Acupuncture is now included in the treatment of injuries by many mainstream vets. We look at the techniques and theories behind the practice.
How to cope if your horse goes lame or gets injured out hunting
The Chinese Year of the Horse may not be until 2002, but Eastern medicine can help you understand and harmonise with your horse now
While competing in mounted games, Tizzy slipped and fell onto the post.
The Alexander Technique has been used as a means of enhancing performance among musicians and actors, but riders can benefit too
Find out how treatment usually used for humans put this Cushing's disease sufferer back on his feet
What looks like a little cut can be a serious problem, so act quickly
Leg wounds are an occupational hazard for working horses. However, if managed correctly, they stand a good chance of healing cleanly
Lyme disease is passed on to horses by sheep ticks and is common in woodland areas
All injections carry a small degree of risk and adverse reactions will require veterinary attention
Although a broken bone can seriously limit or ruin a horse's career, pedal bone fractures are an exception and have an excellent prognosis.
Horse&Hound's Groom of the Year 1999 Anne Chivers explains what to do with a pony with grass sickness
A simple nosebleed turned out to be something much more serious