With the abundance of grass during a mild damp autumn, the threat of laminitis may well raise its ugly head. Baileys Horse Feeds have compiled this health and nutrition guide to reduce the risks whilst maintaining a healthy diet.
A highlight at Sworders’ upcoming Sporting Art, Wildlife and Dogs Live Online auction on Tuesday 6th October is a painting by Suffolk 19th century artist Alfred Hitchens Corbould (1821-1874). Titled 'Major Stayplton’s Phaeton Horses - putting to.’
Charity braces for influx of sick and abandoned horses following the pandemic that will cripple resources, despite new microchipping law coming into force
As the microchipping of horses becomes compulsory this month, the RSPCA fears it will not be enough to prevent an impending horse welfare catastrophe.
In the latest issue of Carriage Driving, Lester Dagge continues his insight into people across Europe who participate in Attelage de Tradition events. He meets with three very determined and inspirational women who have discovered the world of Attelage.
The war horse is often thought of simply as an officer’s mount or a cavalry charger. However the role of Army horses in the First World War was much more varied. Emma Mawdsley, Head of Collections Development and Review at the National Army Museum explains more.
First published in Carriage Driving November 2018
The British Grooms Association is urging all grooms to check that their employers have liability insurance.
Following a recent legal case where a groom had a life-changing injury and had to settle on a reduced amount of £75,000, the BGA is encouraging everyone to check that their employers have Employer’s Liability Insurance.
Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) is definitely “trending” at the moment and many horse owners are adapting their horses’ diets, whether they’ve been diagnosed or not. Jane Buchan from Baileys Horsefeeds has the following advice.