Spectators and exhibitors braved the cold for this year’s Clydesdale Winter Fair at Lanark Mart, on Saturday, which enjoyed its biggest entry for a number of years, with 113 catalogued.
Buckingham Palace is to stage a special exhibition dedicated to royal animals.
More than a dozen saddles have been stolen from an Aberdeenshire riding school.
A two-year-old filly was crowned cream of the crop at the City of Aberdeen Clydesdale Show.
A neglected horse who was saved by an Aberdeenshire rescue centre has been crowned the Rehomed Horse of the Year for helping his owner get through a serious illness.
A new blood test to diagnose small redworm infections in horses will launch this autumn.
Lifting the Queens Cup for the overall light horse champion at this year’s Royal Highland Show was the junior mountain and moorland champion Wynbrook Playfair.
There was a delivery with a difference at a north-east stable as staff welcomed a very rare set of twins.
Horse entries for this year’s Royal Highland Show are up despite threats from exhibitors that they would not participate in the event due to a requirement for all horses and ponies to be vaccinated against equine flu.
A Moray teenager has turned his back on university in order to pursue his dream of running a horse-riding school.
A long-running row over the alleged stench of horses affecting neighbours in a Western Isles village is finally resolved after two years.
Sanctuaries and stables in the north-east have been affected by the "serious" outbreak of flu in horses.
Two north-east animal sanctuaries have stepped in to rehome creatures great and small following the closure of a rescue centre.
A north-east horse owner has been left "sickened" after her prized pony needed 28 stitches following a brutal and unexplained night-time attack.
An Aberdeenshire woman has voiced her support for a campaign to educate cyclists on riding alongside horses.
A charity which looks after and rehabilitates retired racehorses is looking to expand after earning a rare accreditation.
North-east equestrians are being encouraged to give a stallion a new stable as part of the nationwide Rehome a Horse Month.
Riding Clubs from Orkney, Caithness, Edinburgh and Aberdeenshire all competed in individual and team competitions at the Saddle Up International Scottish Riding Club Championships at Aucklishie, Kirriemuir.
Campaigners on the Black Isle are aiming to raise awareness on road safety for horses and their riders.
Riders from the north and north-east held their own at the Land Rover Blair Castle International Horse Trials with Aberdeen-based riders claiming the top two spots in the BE90 Scottish Championships
An Aberdeenshire man has been fined £3,300 for treating two horses so badly that they had to be put down.
Riders and equine enthusiasts were out in force at the Turriff Show.
The woodland of the historic Aberdeenshire market town of Huntly has seen the return of a centuries’ old practise in an effort to protect its woodlands.
Two horses are reported to be "on the loose" on Hazlehead road in Aberdeen.
A good catalogue entry of horses and ponies for this year’s Royal Northern Spring Show was decimated thanks to the weather.
It is not often you get to meet your sporting hero not once but three times in one weekend.
Scottish scientists have been awarded funding to develop a blood test to detect small redworm parasites in horses.
Fire crews are currently in attendance at an Aberdeenshire horse breeding farm after a barn fire reignited, destroying hundreds of bales of hay.
A team of five riders from St Margaret’s School for Girls in Aberdeen secured the overall UK schools league title in the Just For Schools British Showjumping National Championships.
The Clydesdale champion West Glen New Dawn, owned by Captain James Anderson, maintained the breed's recent 100% record in the Sanderson Trophy when lifting the overall supreme title of Scotland's native horse breeds at the Royal Highland Show.
Here's a round up of the native horse breed results from the Royal Highland Show.
Gordon Group Riding for the Disabled Association (GRDA) ran the annual dressage qualifier event at its purpose-built centre at Tweeddale, near Inverurie.