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Avoiding Colic

Mar 15, 2018

Our equine friends are notorious their sensitive digestive systems with many horses and ponies prone to digestive problems such as colic or gastric ulcers. In our latest blog we take a look at how to avoid these all-too-common issues. The horse has a unique and incredibly sensitive digestive system which requires nurturing in a domesticated environment, as for many horses modern lifestyle has ...

Tackling your Equestrian Goals for 2018

Feb 21, 2018

As the days start to get longer,  many equestrians are getting their horses fit and ready for the 2018 season. Whether your goals are to get your horse up to full fitness after a layoff period, or to achieve competition ambitions in your favourite discipline, now is the time to draw up a plan! Preplanning helps everyone reach their goals and having a staggered process of increasing workload, a...

Can you give an unwanted dog a loving home?

Jan 12, 2018

There are many unwanted dogs right at this moment gazing out of kennels hoping to attract each and every passer-by's attention in order to find a family and home of their own. So if you are considering getting a dog yourself why not re-home a dog from one of the many canine rescue centres? Often the cost of taking on a rescue dog is very little and many come already vaccinated, microchipped and...

Safety when Hacking and the UK’s Bridleways

Jun 23, 2017

The warmer weather and longer evenings June has brought, has inspired we equestrians to get out hacking and enjoying the countryside! However in order to enjoy hacking our horses and ponies to the full it is essential that we are up to speed with our riding and road safety knowledge and where we can ride off the road to enjoy the UK’s bridleways. Our horse’s are flight animals and this means t...

The Joys of Spring

Mar 29, 2016

Many of us are now enjoying some time off over the Easter Holidays. This time, for many equestrians is likely to be spent at the yard, riding, grooming and getting those extra jobs done. This provides the perfect opportunity to give your equine friend a 'spring clean' to provide some much needed TLC post-winter and to ensure his skin and coat remains in optimum condition. Here is our Guide... ...

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