Featured Equestrian Property for sale May 2021

Posted: 06/05/2021

Fairview, Heath Road, Mistley, near Manningtree Essex £1,150,000 Fairview is an imposing 1920’s home found in a superb location and with a fabulous outlook over its own paddock land. 6.0 acres of well-drained paddocks with a 60m x 20m arena New stable block: (4 stables, tack rm, wash bay, feed room & hay... Read More

Join the SMB College Group for a Virtual Open Event!

Posted: 06/05/2021

The SMB Group would love you to join them at a virtual open day or campus tour! Situated on a stunning 850-acre countryside estate in the heart of Leicestershire, the SMB Group’s Brooksby Campus offers a wide variety of Equine courses, from Level 2 through to degrees. With excellent facilities, great industry... Read More

Grab your FREE TICKETS to the Farm Business Innovation Show!

Posted: 06/05/2021

We’re absolutely delighted to be partnered with the Farm Business Innovation Show and would like to offer all of our readers and members complimentary tickets to attend the show. This is the UK’s most innovative event for any forward-thinking farmer, country house or landowner, who is looking to diversify into the... Read More

Garside Sands - Pro Arena

Posted: 06/05/2021

Thank goodness for the longer, warmer days! With Summer around the corner, we are getting more time to do more of the things we enjoy. If, for you, this involves riding and schooling horses then it's likely your manège is going to get plenty of extended use - and as such... Read More

Breakthrough in equine allergen avoidance with Haygain

Posted: 06/05/2021

While much of the world only recently learned the health hazards of microscopic airborne particles, horses have been struggling with their impact for years - whether their owners know it or not! Allergic reactions that manifest as respiratory issues, skin problems, general malaise and poor performance start as tiny airborne particles... Read More


Posted: 06/05/2021

As riders, we at Lotus Romeo know how important a truly comfortable jacket is whether riding down the centre line or popping over fences. We have tried them all, made to measure and custom made, cheap and expensive and nothing ever seemed to work just right, despite the rhetoric and the... Read More

Horse Transporters Speak out on Strangles

Posted: 06/05/2021

Together we can beat Strangles by improving biosecurity for our horses and being more open and supportive of each other. During this year’s Strangles Awareness Week (3-9 May), we’ve been hearing people’s wisdom on Strangles management and prevention through the Strangles Awareness Week podcast. In this episode global horse shipping expert, Chris... Read More

Understanding your horses Respiratory System

Posted: 06/05/2021

The respiratory system is extremely important to the horse, especially competition horses, where a compromised respiratory system can limit a horse’s athletic career. It is an extremely large organ which primarily works to exchange oxygen for carbon dioxide which is distributed around the body in the blood. The respiratory system... Read More

Saddlery Care Explained!

Posted: 06/05/2021

In this issue the team at The Society of Master Saddlers offer advice on tack care and maintenance to help ensure it lasts and stands the test of time. Good quality, handcrafted saddlery can last for years but only if carefully maintained and looked after. When using saddles and bridles on... Read More

How to Find a Qualified Saddle Fitter

Posted: 06/05/2021

In this issue Master Saddler and Society of Master Saddlers’ Registered Qualified Saddle Fitter, Kay Hastilow answers: What is the best way to find a Qualified Saddle Fitter? Are there any qualifications I can look for? Answer: There are many people out there claiming to be saddle fitters but in my opinion there is... Read More

Eventing with Equitex

Posted: 06/05/2021

Hurrah, at long last we can walk the course and get the adrenalin rush in the start box. If like many other event riders you have kept your horse ticking along, you may suddenly notice that the increase in work and excitement at getting back on the lorry has seen your... Read More

Get Competition Ready

Posted: 06/05/2021

Looking for a low sugar, low starch diet as you get out and about competing again? Whether heading to the white boards for a dressage competition, taking to the coloured poles for a show jumping round or heading out on the cross-country, a calm, focused ride will help achieve the best results. After... Read More

Equerry Cool Mash For All-Round Good Health

Posted: 06/05/2021

Equerry Cool Mash is an efficient quick-soaking mash for horses that need a low energy feed. Designed for horses and ponies in light to medium work Equerry Cool Mash is cereal-grain-free. It has low levels of starch and benefits from a ‘Non-Heating’ formula. Equerry Cool Mash contains highly digestible fibre sources including sugar... Read More

The Lighter Diet

Posted: 05/05/2021

Summer can be a risk for horses and ponies prone to laminitis as the new grass contains high levels of soluble sugars and non-structural carbohydrates (NSCs) and this high sugar content can be one of several different triggers for laminitis Many people have the misconception that horses and ponies suffering from laminitis... Read More

Try Carriage Driving with the Bennington Team

Posted: 04/05/2021

Have you ever watched in awe at the skill of carriage drivers as they manoeuvre their way through cones or obstacles on the marathon after the glamour and precision of the dressage phase. For many horse and pony enthusiasts competing at the highest level may not be there dream but simply getting... Read More

Travelling Your Horse and What to Look For

Posted: 30/04/2021

In this issue, the team at Bucas provide advice on travelling your horse and offer tips on how to do this safely and what to consider before setting out. Whether you’re travelling to a competition, the vet or the farrier, making sure your horse is safe whilst travelling is key. Travelling can be... Read More

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