How To Clean & Care For Your Horse Rugs

How To Clean & Care For Your Horse Rugs

Horse rugs aren’t cheap. You will want to do everything you can to ensure that they last you a long time and remain in good condition. Cleaning horse rugs is a necessity. It is also worth bearing in mind that a tatty or damaged rug will fail to serve its purpose...
The best horse joint supplements : Ingredients Guide

The best horse joint supplements : Ingredients Guide

  Be warned: you shouldn’t wait until your equine is lame to start using horse joint supplements. As they get older or injuries worsen, changes can become irreversible. Supplements can be beneficial throughout their lifetime. They help younger horses to prevent joint...
Clipping

Clipping

  It’s coming up to that time of year again … Clipping season or as non horsey people know it, Autumn. You go onto the yard one day and see your beautiful trimmed horse with their summer coat. Then the next day you’re met by a woolly bear or it may feel that...
Mud Fever – “Prevention is always better than cure”

Mud Fever – “Prevention is always better than cure”

Where to begin. I’ve been wanting to do this blog topic from the very beginning. So here it goes and read on through, this may well save your horse this winter. This is she: Lake Street Bryony. Bryony. Brian. Big Butt. Bitch Features. Cantankerous Old Cow. AKA My...
Rider Fitness

Rider Fitness

Riders fitness is becoming ever more popular. Whilst a horses fitness is a major priority for most riders, not all of us take our own fitness into account. More and more people are realising their fitness plays a big role on how their horse performs as a result. An...
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