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Perfect your riding position

Perfect your riding position

Discover how to overcome bad habits and perfect your riding position

7 tips to a smoother sitting trot

7 tips to a smoother sitting trot

Discover how to improve your sitting trot with these 7 easy tips

Win a lesson with a top rider plus Horseware gear

Win a lesson with a top rider plus Horseware gear

One lucky winner will receive training with a top event rider, plus Horseware clothing and rugs worth £750

Ditch the filler phobia

Ditch the filler phobia

Increase the chance of a clear round in showjumping by teaching your horse there is nothing to fear about fillers

Improve your jumping position

Improve your jumping position

Top showjumper Yazmin Pinchen responds to a Horse magazine reader's plea for tips to develop their jumping position

8 tips for a winning showjumping performance

8 tips for a winning showjumping performance

School your horse for success with handy tips from star showjumper Dan Neilson. Learn how to warm-up correctly and improve your horse's paces.

10 tips for training young horses

10 tips for training young horses

To bring out the best in them, young horses need correct handling and patient training. Here, we offer useful advice to set them on the path to success

How to open and close a gate

How to open and close a gate

It is useful to practice opening and closing gates as you may encounter them out hacking, or on a hunter trial course.

5 Groundwork exercises to try with your horse

5 Groundwork exercises to try with your horse

Groundwork can be the key to improving your horse's manners and enhance his performance under the saddle.

Hacking dos and don'ts

Hacking dos and don'ts

As the winter sets in some bridleways can become unusable which may mean you hack out on the roads more. Horse have some dos and don't to help.

5 Steps to a perfect position

5 Steps to a perfect position

Find out how to sit correctly in the saddle and influence your horse more effectively with exercises from trainer Mark Butler.

British Dressage Associates Online Championships 2014

British Dressage Associates Online Championships 2014

British Dressage and Dressage Anywhere have teamed up again to host the second annual online championships.

Summer Parelli courses

Summer Parelli courses

If you are looking to improve your bond and partnership with your horse, try Parelli.

Tips for the top

Tips for the top

Showjumper Anna Edwards' success is due to her hard work and dedication. To help other budding competition riders follow in her footsteps, she has these five top tips:

5 Exercises to make schooling fun

5 Exercises to make schooling fun

Revamp your schooling or improve your horse's paces.

10 tips for better manners

10 tips for better manners

A polite horse is safer to handle so Horse magazine's Nicky Moffatt asked the experts for tips to improve your horse's manners.

5 Tips to Make Loading Easier This Summer

5 Tips to Make Loading Easier This Summer

Take the stress out of transporting your horse with our smart advice

Sam Hutton jump training

Sam Hutton jump training

Top showjumper and trainer Sam Hutton suggests incorporating some easy exercises into your schooling sessions.

Five ways to work with a horse who naps

Five ways to work with a horse who naps

Spending more time with your horse will help your relationship. Take him with you when you are poo-picking, cleaning tack or just having a cup of tea.

Training an ex-racehorse

Training an ex-racehorse

Training an ex-racehorse may seem like a difficult task, but we have a few tips to help

Top 5 Training

10 tips for better manners

A polite horse is safer to handle so Horse magazine's Nicky Moffatt asked the experts for tips to improve your horse's manners.

5 Exercises to make schooling fun

Revamp your schooling or improve your horse's paces.

Tips for the top

Showjumper Anna Edwards' success is due to her hard work and dedication. To help other budding competition riders follow in her footsteps, she has these five top tips:

British Dressage Associates Online Championships 2014

British Dressage and Dressage Anywhere have teamed up again to host the second annual online championships.

Hacking dos and don'ts

As the winter sets in some bridleways can become unusable which may mean you hack out on the roads more. Horse have some dos and don't to help.

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Winter Ailments
Q: What does your horse suffer from the most during the winter months?

mud fever  
38%

 
 

rain scald  
1%

 
 

weight  
15%

 
 

thrush  
11%

 
 

colic  
1%

 
 

none  
35%

 
 

(168 votes)


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