Home Kissing spines Kissing spines Kissing spines in horses *H&H Plus* Kissing spines can cause severe pain and seriously affect a horse’s performance. Find out what the signs are and how it can be treated A long-term solution to kissing spines *H&H VIP* Follow-up studies suggest that an innovative procedure for this common back condition can be a long-term solution, as Patrick Pollock FRCVS explains The 5 most difficult decisions you’ll ever have to make as a horse owner Horse owners and vets face difficult decisions everyday. Vet Roger Lee lists the toughest choices an owner will ever have to make and shares his advice to simplify the dilemmas How to promote correct core muscle strength in your horse and prevent spinal issues *H&H VIP* A horse’s mid-section must serve as a sturdy, central link if he is to fulfil his athletic potential and avoid injury. Rachel Murray MRCVS discusses the importance of core strength and stability H&H Ask The Vet: banish winter blues, get weight-wise and cope with serious accidents Find out what's inside the latest jam-packed issue of Horse & Hound’s Ask The Vet — on sale now Kissing spines treatment options [H&H VIP] Does your horse having kissing spines? Surgery is just one option for treatment Ask H&H: buying a horse with kissing spines What is the legal position for a horse dealer if a horse is found to have kissing spines after being sold?