A showjumper turned heads by competing without a bridle in a $10,000 championship class at a major international show.
Melanie Ferrio-Wise rode Wings, known at home as “Vlad”, in the Washington International Horse Show (WIHS) adult jumper championships with just a strap around his neck for steering.
Thugs who assaulted a Shetland with a broom handle and left her strung up for hours have been described as “disgusting low-life scum” by the pony’s devastated owner.
Simon Bilkus’s 11-year-old mare Crumpet has been “dull and quiet” and unlike her normal self since the attack, on 19 October.
A fresh petition has been started calling on the government to ban the sale of fireworks for public use.
The petition, which was launched on 6 October, has already attracted more than 27,500 signatures.
A man who trussed up a colt using a makeshift rope harness has been sentenced to community service after photos of the foal wearing a bit sparked widespread outcry on social media last year.
Photos of the foal tied up in a tight harness and wearing a bit sparked widespread outcry on social media last year.
The 11th Duke of Beaufort has posthumously been announced as the winner of the Horse & Hound lifetime achievement award at a star-studded ceremony tonight.
The duke, who passed away at the age of 89 at his home at Badminton on 16 August this year, was honoured at the second H&H awards at Ascot racecourse, where his widow Miranda, Duchess of Beaufort, collected the award on his behalf.
An equine vet has been suspended from practising for two months for falsifying a horse’s vaccination records.
The incident happened at Ascot sales in October 2014.
Could salt be the answer to keeping your horse in good health?
Australian Richard Butterworth said he has “no doubt” that within a decade, salt therapy will be a “standard inclusion in the training regime of thoroughbred horse stables across the globe”.
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