The mighty Clydesdale horse is considered an “at risk” breed, on the brink of becoming an endangered species. Gayle Ritchie meets a man on a mission to keep the breed alive and thriving
One the great spectacles of the Scottish Game Fair is the class for working hill ponies. Ahead of the event, Gayle meets one of the entrants and her handler
Sponsored: Parkside Veterinary Group Ltd announce agreement to provide services to all Provost Farm and Equine customers
Parkside Veterinary Group Ltd is pleased to announce that an agreement has been made with Provost Veterinary Group to provide veterinary services to all the Provost farm and equine customers when Simon Hiles retires at the end of May. This will extend the area they cover to include the whole of Fife.
Farming and agriculture makes up a large part of the Courier Country economy and with the great businesses in the area, it’s easy to see why.
Parkside Veterinary Group is a dedicated team of large animal veterinary surgeons with more than 65 years of combined experience.
The world of equestrian showing is always enriched by the characters you’ll meet on an agricultural show day.
Every little girl dreams of owning her own horse but for Maisie Sharp that dream became reality at the age of just two. Now, at 19, her sights are set on becoming a professional jockey and racing in the Grand National.
The North of Fife Foal Show Society celebrated its centenary show in style with a quality turnout of Clydesdales at Highfield at Howe.
The Cupar Foal Show will celebrate its centenary year in style on November 5 by bringing a record entry of Clydesdale horses to the heart of Fife
The development of a new state-of-the art facility at Auchlishie has now broken ground.