At this grim time of year many of our horses rely on conserved forage, which can lead to respiratory problems. So should you be soaking or steaming your hay?
We spoke to the World Horse Welfare for advice on how to keep your horse healthy and happy in snowy conditions.
Did you know that horses with fungi in their airwaves are nearly four times more likely to be diagnosed with IAD? According to research this could be prevented by steaming hay.
It’s silly season again – and no, we’re not talking about Christmas. We spoke to the Berks and Bucks Draghounds to find out more.
Guy Fawkes night is this weekend, which can be a very stressful time for your horse. We spoke to the BHS for advice on how to keep your horse safe during fireworks season.
With winter closing in, what better way to spend your evenings than learning how to take better care of your horse?
Trying to decide what rug to use, and how to take care of them is always difficult – so we spoke to Michelle Burkey from FALPO to find out more.
If you fancy having a go at the SEIB Search for a Star series, make sure you check out this advice from Nicolina MacKenzie, who was the brains behind this great amateur series.
International showjumper Jay Halim has a great exercise to help improve your horse’s balance, control and acceptance of the aids.
There is fabulous shopping at Blenheim, alongside the great equestrian action. We spoke to Fairfax & Favor, to find out what should be looking out for this year.