• The going was described as perfect jumping ground at the Tynedale point to point on Sunday, when large fields went to post and resulted in some very exciting finishes.

  • The judges, course designers, volunteers and helpers at the recent senior show at SNEC, near Broxburn, deserved medals for endurance after two busy days of competition from early morning to late evening.

  • Business support and negotiating regulations and rules has been our theme recently.

  • A TILT at the Scottish National is on the cards for Lie Forrit after a game victory at Haydock.

  • Morris EC's 148cm Premier show may not have been the busiest but it certainly produced some excellent results for our home based riders of which two earned qualifying tickets for the British Masters and one will be heading off to the Royal International.

  • When it comes to routine healthcare for your horse, a flu vaccination given once a year might seem like just another one of those things to remember to have done.

  • The Percy point-to-point took place on Sunday at a bitterly cold Ratcheugh, where Jessica McKie took her tally for the season to five winners from five runners, when Crazy Diamond was the impressive winner of the NPPA Club members' race.

  • The Stirling Bull Sales was less of an eye-opener that I expected when I made my first ever visit to the famous event earlier this month.

  • Recently returned from a successful Aintree International Elite show, the Dixon family hit the road once again from their base in Cargo, Carlisle, with a full team of horses to scoop up plenty of prizes at the Morris EC's three-day senior show.

  • Horse fencing options are as varied as horse breeds.

  • With the appearance of some milder weather it is now not hard to imagine that spring is just around the corner and breeding season will soon be upon us.

  • Joint, ligament and tendon disease can be difficult to treat with traditional methods.

  • WILSON Renwick has been the man to follow recently, with the Hawick jockey no stranger to the winner's enclosure.

  • NORTHUMBERLAND jockey, Nick Orpwood, completed a double at the first Scottish point-to-point of the season.

  • THE Scottish Horse Show committee has announced the judges for its 2015 show, which takes place on Tuesday, July 21, at the Royal Highland Showground.

  • Despite weather warnings, snow and freezing temperatures competitors still headed to the Scottish National Equestrian Centre (SNEC) just outside Broxburn for the last two weekend's fixtures.

  • LIE FORRIT is set to contest the Scottish National, following an impressive win in Kelso's feature £30,000 veterans' handicap chase on January 11.

  • AT A time of year which is depressing for more reasons than one, it came as light relief to receive the accompanying photograph which had winged its way via the Internet from the other side of the world.

  • LUCY Alexander has been crowned 'Lady Jockey of the Year' for the second year running.