A rare degenerative condition isn’t forcing Alsager teenager Caitlyn Saddington to rein in her ambitions.
Holly, one of BBC presenter Louise’s rescue ponies, caused her more than a little anxiety
A Knutsford horsewoman who has Russian Cossack blood in her veins, says her job specialising in equine law is just perfect, writes Mairead Mahon.
Equestrianism is an important part of The Royal Cheshire County Show as Christine Newton Chairman of the Light Horse category explains.
Whether you’re horse crazy or just along for the ride, equine events are an important part of the Cheshire social calendar.
Shetland ponies are such sweet harmless creatures, aren’t they? BBC TV presenter Louise Minchin used to think so...
Gold medallist Sam Quek steps out in style after swapping her hockey stick for horse racing. It’s all in a good cause, writes Janet Reeder
A glamorous crowd was out in force for the thrilling Wirral Ladies’ Cup at Cheshire Polo Club, near Tarporley
One Northwich photographer has combined his two passions to create stunning results. Words by Rebekka O’Grady.
Martin Pilkington meets some young people in Cheshire who just love riding horses.
Horses need tender loving care at the best of times, and even a ‘therapist’ now and again. Mairead Mahon went to meet an expert in Moore, near Warrington.
A passion for horses and a human romance is behind the success of a Mottram St Andrew equestrian business, writes Mairead Mahon
Sam Ecroyd has always been mad about horses and now this young three-day eventer is living his dream. Martin Pilkington went to meet him at his family’s farm.
Cheshire ladies showed off their fashion prowess at the 2016 Bolesworth International event in Tattenhall
An irresistible mix of sunshine, G & Tea and thrilling on-pitch action proved a winning combination at the Wirral Ladies’ Cup
The county’s annual showcase of farming, agriculture and rural interests is back, but with a very special seal of approval.
Champion for the second year running, international event rider Paul Sims managed to retain his crown at this year’s Kelsall Hill Horse Trials at Organsdale Farm.
Riding a horse is second nature to many people but for someone who spends their life in a wheelchair, the thrill of being on horseback can be life-changing.
Owning a horse changed the life of Stockport photographer Joanne Thibodeau, writes Janet Reeder
The Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials is approaching fast, and it’s shaping up to be a busy schedule for this stunning event held in the beautiful grounds of Chatsworth House on 13th-15th May
The most anticipated equestrian event of 2016, Bolesworth International is a date for your diary not to miss
When a TV team making a new primetime natural history series wanted to film a horse giving birth they headed to Tarporley, writes Martin Pilkington
World-class riders, champagne, fire breathers... there was so much to see at the inaugural Liverpool International Horse Show
When things go wrong, North West horse owners have a world-class facility on their doorstep. Martin Pilkington reports
After the loss of a dear friend and mentor, Jemma Coburn and Adele Plant were determined to carry on a Willaston equestrian business in his memory
Megan Nicholls, daughter of leading National Hunt trainer Paul Nicholls was in super form at Knutsford Races Point to Point meeting amid parkland at Tabley House.
Horses, the polo club and a family of handsome sons. Melissa Porter went along to meet the Smiths in Tarporley
If you were thinking of buying someone the present of a pony, what would you be letting yourself in for? We asked a horsey-mad colleague all about it
A talent for capturing the strength and magnificence of an animal is earning Dodleston equestrian artist June Fox admiration far and wide
Nina Barbour is continuing the hard work of her parents at Cheshire's Bolesworth Estate. Emma Mayoh reports PHOTOGRAPHY BY JOHN COCKS