World Horse Welfare receive £5,000 in Movement for Good Awards

Posted: 12/06/2024

From left to right, Emma Cook, Senior Marketing Officer at World Horse Welfare and Katie Oswald, Head of Marketing at SEIB Insurance Brokers World Horse Welfare receive £5,000 in Movement for Good Animal and Wildlife Awards SEIB Insurance Brokers and Benefact Group have announced the ten winning animal welfare charities who will... Read More

The Dynamic Duo: Paddocks and Flail Mowers

Posted: 12/06/2024

When it comes to maintaining expansive outdoor spaces like paddocks is essential to have the right equipment. Paddocks, traditionally used for grazing animals, can be found in equestrian facilities, agricultural setups, and even as part of large residential properties. Maintaining a paddock involves regular mowing, weed control, and ensuring the ground... Read More

Moulton College Open Event

Posted: 12/06/2024

Moulton College are holding an open event to find out more about their full-time courses on Saturday 15 June 2024 from 9am until 12noon. Our Open Events are an opportunity to discover all you need to know about our courses, see our beautiful campuses, discover our state-of-the-art facilities, meet our friendly staff... Read More

Featured Property June 2024

Posted: 11/06/2024

Cornwall calling… Fancy having your horses at home and a myriad of beaches to send your family to surf on while you perfect your moves in the school or join them for a little cobweb clearer along the beach? Doesn’t sound too rubbish does it! This equestrian property in North Petherwin, Cornwall really... Read More

The app that is changing the livery world for good

Posted: 11/06/2024

Livery yards are a vital part of the equine infrastructure and we would be lost without them, but many livery yard businesses are being forced to close, because the running and management of a livery yard is becoming increasingly difficult, with rising feed and transport costs. In fact, there are some... Read More

WCUC Equine student scoops dissertation challenge award

Posted: 11/06/2024

Tom Horn, a final year higher education student studying for a degree in Equine Therapy and Rehabilitation at Moreton Morrell College has received a student nominated award at a recent Inter-college dissertation challenge at Derby College. With twenty one delegates attending from WCUC, the estimated total number of student and tutor delegates... Read More

Leather Riding Boot Designed for Petite Riders

Posted: 06/06/2024

Rhinegold Equestrian, a leading name in equestrian apparel and accessories, is thrilled to announce the launch of their newest innovation: a long leather riding boot specifically designed for ladies with shorter legs or petite frames. This latest addition to the Rhinegold footwear collection combines style, comfort, and functionality, ensuring that all... Read More

New report on the impact of fireworks on animals

Posted: 24/05/2024

NEW REPORT CHALLENGES ‘ILLUSION’ ANIMAL WELFARE ACT IS EFFECTIVE IN DEALING WITH SUFFERING CAUSED BY FIREWORK DISPLAYS    A new report, published and released by Redwings Horse Sanctuary today (Thursday 23rd May,) says the Animal Welfare Act does not offer recourse or protection for pets or livestock caused to suffer because... Read More

APPEAL FOR INFORMATION

Posted: 23/05/2024

APPEAL FOR INFORMATION AFTER BURGLARY AT REDWINGS ADA COLE VISITOR CENTRE Redwings Horse Sanctuary is appealing for anyone with information about a burglary at the charity’s Ada Cole Visitor Centre in Nazeing, Essex on Tuesday night (21st May) to contact the police. The break-in happened late in the evening at the... Read More

HM THE QUEEN BECOMES PATRON OF NHRM

Posted: 23/05/2024

HM THE QUEEN BECOMES PATRON OF THE NATIONAL HORSERACING MUSEUM IN NEWMARKET Following in the footsteps of her late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II, a keen race goer, Her Majesty Queen Camilla has accepted the invitation to become Patron of the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket, the home of British Horseracing.... Read More

Life After Racing

Posted: 17/05/2024

The Royal Veterinary College is calling for owners of former racehorses for rehoming survey Researchers from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) are calling for owners and previous owners of former racehorses in the UK to participate in a new survey and share their experiences of rehoming racehorses to uncover the... Read More

Jacksons of Yorkshire sponsor class at HOYS

Posted: 17/05/2024

Jacksons of Yorkshire sign up as sponsors of the Mountain and Moorland Working Hunter Pony of the Year Championship We are pleased to announce Jacksons of Yorkshire have joined as new sponsors at Horse of the Year Show and are sponsoring the Mountain and Moorland Working Hunter Pony of the Year... Read More

Featured Property May 2024

Posted: 16/05/2024

The Long Barn, Stoke Goldington, Buckinghamshire. It’s really nice to get some seller insight in to a property…so we are simply going to leave you with that today…but given the hideously wet winter we have all just had to endure, of particular note is the comment about being able to walk from... Read More

JOIN IN WITH #COLICCHECK THIS SPRING, URGES AGRIA EQUINE

Posted: 16/05/2024

Agria Equine is this month shining a spotlight on the prevalence of colic in the UK’s horse population with the use of a #ColicCheck hashtag, to help educate owners better about common causes and early symptoms. Every year, thousands of horses suffer from colic, which is very painful and sometimes fatal for... Read More

New Sponsorship Announcement

Posted: 16/05/2024

The British Grooms Association (BGA), and Equestrian Employers Association (EEA) are delighted to announce their new partnership with Equine Bio Genie. As world leaders in equine environmental health, Equine Bio Genie are the perfect match for both the BGA and the EEA. Lucy Katan, Executive Director of the BGA said “We... Read More

Donkey has a spring in his step as friendship blossoms

Posted: 15/05/2024

A donkey named Lewis, who was given a new home through The Donkey Sanctuary's Rehoming Scheme, has put a spring in the step of his new companion who was mourning the loss of his own close friend. Lewis joined the herd at Woods, one of the animal welfare charity's farms near Sidmouth,... Read More


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