Cutting the Cost of Horse Bedding Without Compromising on Quality

Posted: 03/08/2022

Bedding is one of the big costs of horse ownership, so with the cost of living and keeping a horse rising dramatically, we’re looking at ways you can help your owners cut their bedding costs but still maintain their commitment to high standards of equine health care. Our top three tips... Read More

Three Reasons to Work in the UK Leather Industry

Posted: 03/08/2022

Jobs that require working with leather can be diverse, ranging from saddle, bridle and harness making to shoemaking in the fashion industry. The British leather industry is growing at an exponential rate. In 2017, it had an estimated annual growth of £195 million and an estimated turnover of £1.14 billion. However, there... Read More

Are there any benefits to feeding MSM to your horse?

Posted: 03/08/2022

MSM for horses? A common topic discussed between equestrians, some saying it has really improved their horse’s health and others calling it a myth. So, what are the FACTS about MSM for horses: MSM (Methyl Sulphonyl Methane) is a rich source of sulphur. Sulphur is an essential mineral for optimal muscle metabolism... Read More

Do I need horse insurance?

Posted: 03/08/2022

Owning a horse is a huge financial commitment, not only in the initial purchase but the ongoing costs of care as well. However, it can be the unforeseen costs that rapidly spiral out of control and cause significant stress and worry for owners. Having horse insurance is a way... Read More

Featured Property August 2022

Posted: 03/08/2022

What a stunning picture of English country life this property in Catton, Derbyshire paints with its fine, period, 7 bedroom home, south facing gardens (including kitchen garden) and orchard…and then there is the space for your horses. The immaculate stables, manege and flat, post and rail fenced paddocks are the stuff... Read More

This Business of Horses-Getting to know..Charles Louis Commercial

Posted: 03/08/2022

Episode summary introduction: In this episode we chat to Anthony Meadowcroft, a Director at Charles Louis Commercial agents about why he specialised in commercial estate agency, NAEA Propertymark, his current Chairmanship of the Commercial Advisory Committee, selling equestrian commercial property and businesses, the things to consider when doing so and the... Read More

Church Farm Equestrian Launch Non-Ridden Horse School

Posted: 28/07/2022

Church Farm Equestrian Centre based near Keynsham between Bristol and Bath is launching an exciting new programme called 'Horse School'. The Centre is already Accessibility Mark and Pony Club accredited, and this new initiative is aimed at school age children, particularly those at risk of being excluded from mainstream education. During the... Read More

First Aid Essential - Cavalor FreeBute Gel

Posted: 26/07/2022

Cavalor FreeBute Gel is an intense gel which can be used for swollen legs, painful joints and sensitive or overworked muscles and tendons. The externally applied gel is packed with natural ingredients. It contains a unique mixture of eight essential oils, including eucalyptus, lavender and tea tree, which are known for their... Read More

Keeping Your Horse Replenished

Posted: 26/07/2022

The average body temperature of a horse is between 36 and 37 degrees. Under load, the body generates energy, and this energy is then converted into heat. In order to maintain their body temperature horses and ponies then dissipate the excess heat. This is done in two ways - once through the lungs... Read More

Wave Red Light Therapy Pen 2.0 launches in the UK

Posted: 26/07/2022

The Centre Line have just announced their exclusive UK distribution of the Wave Red Light Therapy Pen 2.0. These cleverly designed pens use red light therapy to support your horse without any side effects, enabling them to perform at their best. This is an incredible bit of kit using the latest... Read More

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