This issue

Medicine Cabinet for Your Horse

Dr Jessica May, UK lead vet at the on-demand online veterinary service, FirstVet, shares her expertise on what to stock in your medicine cabinet for your horses. See July edition for full article.

Simple Ways To Vet Check Your Horse

Like many of us, Equine Veterinary Surgeon Juliette Edmonds monitors her horses to make sure they are all feeling happy and well. Within our July edition she explains simple ways you can vet check your horse and prepare them for the summer months.



Your Next Adventure is Waiting

Whether you fancy participating in this years Dartmoor Darby, or perhaps trying a riding holidays a little further afield in Ireland or Andalucia, our July issue has it covered!

Bolesworth 2019 Elite Auctions

Building on their outstanding success in recent years and continued growth and development of their international competition portfolio, Nina Barbour and her team at Bolesworth are delighted to announce an exciting expansion of their highly regarded showjumping auctions for 2019. Read all about it in our May edition.

Exercise is beneficial for dieting horses

Next time you decide not to ride because you don’t have much time think again: New research has shown that even 25 minutes of light exercise may benefit your horse’s health, even if it doesn’t result in additional weight loss.

In the recent study 24 obese horses and ponies were followed for 12 weeks – read all about the results and findings in our May edition.

Laura Renwick tutorial

As Britain’s leading lady show jumper, Laura Renwick has graced top international show jumping for over a decade. Together with her husband, John, Laura has successfully bred and produced a number of internationally proven horses, with many high profile wins under her belt. In our May edition Laura will be offering advice on jumping a double combination fence… See May edition for full article.

Mother’s Day Inspiration

With Mother’s Day approaching on 31st March, we take a look at some of the beautiful country and equestrian clothing and accessories available for mums of all ages…

How tapeworms affect your horse and what to do about them

Most horses in the UK have some level of worm infection, but how we manage their parasite challenge is critical to health and performance. Gone are the days of routinely administering dewormers and hoping for the best. That strategy has caused widespread resistance in worms – meaning that worms are able to survive the killing effects of dewormers and persist after treatment, which can lead to disease and in worst cases, death. To reduce the risk of further resistance occurring, we need to ensure that dewormers are only used when they are genuinely needed.

In Dr Corrine Austin’s article in our March edition she will help you with strategies for managing tapeworm infections in horses

Laminitis is as common as colic across Great Britain

A study conducted by the Animal Health Trust in collaboration with the Royal Veterinary College and Rossdales Equine Hospital, and funded by World Horse Welfare, has identified that one in every 10 horses/ponies may develop at least one laminitis episode each year, making it just as common as colic.

See our March edition for full report on the latest research in to laminitis…


How sculptor Holly found inspiration for her work

With one of her sculptures now in permanent position in the entrance to the Equine Centre at Hartpury, Holly Hickmore shares her story about why studying A-levels helped shape her successful career as a professional sculptor.

Read all about Holly’s fascinating story in our February 2019 edition…