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
Sara Walker explains how the confusing world of rugging your horse through the winter months works...
Ricky Farr MRCVS gives some helpful tips on how to keep your horse’s hooves healthy through the winter with some easy to follow preventative measures like these...
Investigation of breathing problems requires examination of the myriad tubes that make up the horse’s airways. Professor Tim Mair discusses endoscopy
Horse & Hound's sport horse breeding columnist wonders what might prompt improved regulation
There's just one more week to nominate your mare for this prestigious award
We take a look back at some of the fabulous mares who have been honoured with this prestigious award so far…
What should you do if your horse is well and truly wedged against his stable wall? Roger Lee MRCVS offers advice
We're all looking looking to keep our horses happy and healthy while making our lives easier, so find out how to ensure you and your horse thrive this winter with these tips from the professionals
Here's everything you need to know about cobs
Clever grafting techniques can save a diseased or damaged eye, and even restore vision. Fernando Malalana MRCVS discusses the options
Here are nine things to consider when assessing whether your horse is feeling cold
Natural substances in the sheath can accumulate into small, hard lumps — but hold fire before trying to remove them, says Lesley Barwise-Munro MRCVS
If your horse’s heart is beating out of sync, your vet may suggest investigation in the form of an electrocardiogram. Edd Knowles MRCVS outlines what to expect
If he lives out 24/7 in summer, but is stabled at night during winter, you’ll be deliberating at what point to bring your horse in
Hotter summers will mean more midges and mosquitoes, with associated itching. But the health risks don’t stop there, as Professor Debra Archer explains
Horse & Hound's breeding columnist wonders where the British-bred eventing youngsters are
Being aware of the benefits and shortfalls of different forages will help you make an informed decision when it comes to selecting the right products for your horse