Representatives of City Hall and the Central Park horse-drawn carriage industry are still working out a deal
Ms Stahl: 'Either I ate her up, or the worms did'
Wendy Williams discovers that the modern horse is descended from 56-million-year-old ancestors with three toes
Owner Ashleigh Butterworth labelled the attack, which took place outside the pony's stables in Manchester, 'disgusting'
Hurricane Fly confirmed he will not give up his crown at Cheltenham in March without a fight after clinching a fourth successive BHP Insurance Irish Champion Hurdle and his 19th Grade One win in thrilling style at Leopardstown on Sunday.
Favourite beaten after 420 days out with injury as 66-1 shot claims galliardhomes.com Cleeve Hurdles at Cheltenham
Big Buck’s is back. More than a year after effortlessly extending his unbeaten sequence to 18, the four-time World Hurdle winner returns to Cheltenham for the Cleeve Hurdle on trials day to great fanfare and the delight of everyone connected with the sport.
Toormore followed in the shadows of Frankel and Dawn Approach when he was ranked the unbeaten champion two-year-old of Europe, but an uncrowned king did not take long to challenge the fragility of his claims to follow in their Classic footsteps.
Last season’s Cheltenham Gold Cup runner-up Sir Des Champs will miss the remainder of the season after sustaining a tendon injury.
A major police search is now underway in south Wales
Annie Power, unbeaten in eight starts, goes on trial at Cheltenham on Wednesday in the Dornan Engineering Hurdle, but nobody seems really sure which Festival race she is on trial for.
Bill de Blasio has called the long-running tourist practice of horse-drawn carriages in Central Park ‘inhumane’
Twenty-one people have been arrested after an investigation into claims that meat from horses used in laboratory experiments was sold for food.
As fascinating as the emergence of fresh equine talent to watch is the blossoming of one of the human elements of the centaur partnership, and yesterday’s programme at Cheltenham presented both.
The absence of Sprinter Sacre from today’s Tingle Creek at Sandown, though a disappointment to those impatient for another demonstration of his talent and superiority, does at least give the best of the rest in the two-mile chase division a rare chance of glory.
Nine horses in the trainers care tested positive for banned anabolic steroid