This issue

The most wonderful time of the year….

Yes, its back! And it’s bigger than ever! See our Christmas Gift Guide that starts in our November edition for inspiration.

Health & Welfare

From hooves and skin, to beating the winter blues and mudfever, our winter healthcare guide has it covered. See November edition for details.

Veteran Horses Rule!

As golden-oldies continue to hold their own in the competition arena, we ask what special care our treasured older equines need and how best to look after them in to old age.

The low-down on Cushing’s Disease

Our October edition will be looking at ‘Understanding Cushings’ – discussing what the disease is, signs/symptoms to look out for, how it is diagnosed, how to deal with it, asking if the diet can help. See October edition for full article.

Competition announcement

We’ll be teaming up with leading footwear expert, Grub’s, to offer two lucky winners each the chance to win a pair of Grub’s Outline boots in our October edition – so do keep your eyes peeled for the competition entry details!

Love Dogs

In our next Love Dogs feature we look at the real threat posed by ticks with information about The Big Tick Project, which is the largest ever veterinary study of ticks and tick-borne diseases in the UK. Full information in our August edition.

Herbal Heaven

Read our guide to the top herbal products available for your horse, while top herbalists explain why they are so useful for so many equine conditions…full article in our August edition.

Wonky – is she really Tokyo-bound?

We meet up with HorseHage-sponsored para-equestrian rider, Bert (Roberta) Sheffield, to find out how her unhandled, feral horse is coming on. See our August edition for the full interview.


Saracen Horse Feeds Houghton International

CIC3* and FEI Nations Cup

Great Britain finished second with a team score of 142.5. Despite a rather exciting ride through the influential picnic table and corners at fences 18 and 19, Collien P 2 completed on her dressage score of 45.7 in individual fourth place, one penalty ahead of Oliver Townend’s team ride Arctic Mouse, that penalty leaving Oliver in 7th. Piggy French and Vanir Kamira took eleventh place and Georgie Strang on Cooley Early fourteenth – see our July edition for full report.

Summer Healthcare Advice

From climate control for your feet, through to sunburn advice for your horse, our article for beating the summer heat has it covered! See July edition for details.