Lack of venue readiness and an under-resourced Organising Committee, both from a financial and personnel perspective, ultimately impacted the delivery of the Games.
Equine care and trainingView All
A horse’s optimal temperature range is very different to that of humans. When we use ourselves as gauges, we risk over-rugging our horses.
Horse healthView All
The findings revealed specific bacterial species and assemblages that may be signatures of obesity and leanness in the horse gut.
Bidding process opens for individual world championships in all disciplines.
“This knowledge is extremely valuable to thoroughbred breeders and trainers,” says the lead author of the study.
Culture and the artsView All
New Horse Heroes website launched on Armistice Centennial fully documents horses and mules in WW1.
From the breeding barnView All
All is not lost if a stallion dies suddenly or must be castrated before standard semen collection.