Do you know exactly what’s in your horse’s feed? Are you confident that your horse would pass a drug test? And, did you know that some of your tackroom staples are on the prohibited substance list? Keep reading for advice and guidance on how to keep your horse's feed clean.
Stress is a natural physical reaction, often in response to events that threaten or upset us. It is not a bad thing in small doses, in fact, it is the body’s alarm system designed to keep us safe.
Managing your horse’s weight can be difficult, especially during the summer when there is often an abundance of fresh grass. However, it is important that you pay particular attention to this area of your horse’s health to prevent problems occurring when you get to an event.
Infectious diseases such as equine influenza, strangles and herpes can have devastating effects on an event horse’s health. Vet Sarah Hunter discusses how you can keep your horses and yard healthy.
A groundbreaking research project into how horses see is shaping our sport, from the colours we use on fences and the way courses are designed. So, what do horses see and how does this affect their behavior?