Fascioliasis or liver fluke is common in sheep and cattle, but can also infect horses.
Dressage to music is the next logical step after ordinary dressage. With their excellent sense of rhythm, horses take to it easily.
Snakes are coming out of hibernation and now is a good time to brush up on your knowledge of how to treat a horse that's been bitten.
Keeping all tack clean is essential for the comfort of your horse and will keep both of you safer.
With a sport horse, the performance of the animal is critical to its success and to this end, it's essential to make sure the saddle is chosen carefully, says Dr...
Black, brown, bay, chestnut, palomino - horses come in several colours. Except white. Dr Mac explains why.
Summer brings flies and diseases to your stables. Kim Dyson gives some advice on how to protect your horse against the other critters and ailments the warm weather brings.
Knowing how soft tissue injuries occur will help you alleviate your horse's pain and speed up the healing process, writes Kim Dyson.
White line disease is an infection of the hoof wall of a horse, mule or donkey, which causes it to disintegrate, writes Dr Mac.
If you have itchy red spots, beware - you might have caught them from your horse, warns Dr Mac.
Before you start these lessons, it's essential for your horse to trust you completely. He must know how to relax and give in to positive pressure. Once your horse is...
Bathing your horse is important. It can help desensitise a sceptical horse, making handling a lot easier. Kim Dyson shares a step-by-step routine to make bathing a positive experience.