From Carrots, to you!

Posted: 03/02/2014

A recent addition to the Carrots collection has been the lovable bear, Tatty Teddy – the ‘face’ of one of the high street’s best known designs – Me To You. This super cute bear is a firm favourite with adults and children and now equestrian lovers can sport the fun look... Read More

Has an MRI Scan Changed Your Horse’s Life?

Posted: 03/02/2014

HAVE you owned a horse, where diagnosing lameness proved a headache, with months of uncertainty and worry? If you own one of the 40,000 horses that have already been scanned using a Hallmarq Standing MRI the team want to hear from you. Hallmarq MRI has launched a campaign to find the stories behind... Read More

TopSpec Sponsor British Dressage Intermediate II Championship

Posted: 02/02/2014

TOPSPEC, well known for their range of feed balancers and other innovative horse feeds are the new sponsor of the British Dressage Intermediate II Championship. Horse and rider combinations have the chance to qualify for the Championship at eight prestigious British Dressage Premier League shows around the country from March through... Read More

Probiotics Protect after Worming

Posted: 02/02/2014

Worming may be necessary to keep horse’s parasite free but anthelmintic drugs themselves can actually cause disruption to the horse’s digestion. Jonathan Nelson, Equine Director at Protexin, explains how probiotics help repopulate the gut microflora following worming treatment, and why they are an important consideration along with the usual anthelmintic. Anthelmintic... Read More

Biosecurity - Tackling Ringworm

Posted: 02/02/2014

Whether you are regularly competing up and down the country, based on a large livery yard or just a single horse owner with your own stables, it is important that you try and protect your horse from infectious diseases. Biosecurity is just that. A simple routine of preventative measures to help protect... Read More

Choose High Fibre and Timothy HorseHage for Laminitics!

Posted: 02/02/2014

There is often a misconception that HorseHage is rich in energy and therefore unsuitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis. This is not the case with the High Fibre and Timothy varieties of HorseHage. Forage can vary in quality as well as nutritional composition. Some batches of hay can contain... Read More

Sophie Wells joins Toggi as a new Brand Ambassador

Posted: 30/01/2014

Sophie Wells is an outstanding young athlete who combines a successful Para Dressage career with competing at Grand Prix in able-bodied dressage competitions. At the age of just 23, Sophie is not only the reigning World and European Champion with eleven championship gold medals between her two top horses, she was... Read More

200 Days to go to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014

Posted: 30/01/2014

February marks 200 days to go until the start of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy France. 200 days will fly by in no time and for title sponsors Alltech and their official feed partners Baileys Horse Feeds the excitement is building. Held from the 24th August –... Read More

The Best Start in Life with Lifeforce Formula

Posted: 28/01/2014

Ensuring your mare is provided with the best possible nutrition can have a huge impact on the growth and development of a newborn foal. Newborn foals rely on their mother’s colostrum in the milk for nutrients for growth, as well as establishing a healthy immune system. By ensuring the correct balance... Read More

Get the new All Season package from Veterinary Thermal Imaging!

Posted: 28/01/2014

Veterinary Thermal Imaging (VTI) has introduced a new ‘All Season’ package, to help professional and amateur riders monitor their horses during the season. “Lots of people think of VTI as an important part of monitoring rehabilitation, but it’s incredibly useful as a preventative tool too,” says Helen Morrell, Managing Director of... Read More

Great Reception for Parelli Demonstration at Easton College

Posted: 27/01/2014

The Parelli East Anglian Professionals team presented an evening of education and inspiration at Easton College, Norfolk. There was a great turnout with around 70 people braving the cold for the demonstration. Three-Star Parelli Professional Jody Ruysen led the presentation with fellow instructors Cath Langley, Anthony Greenleaves and Jennifer Woods supporting... Read More

Perfect Advice for Dexey’s Diet

Posted: 27/01/2014

Tanya Waterhouse and her 15.3hh Irish Sport Horse, Dexey, have enjoyed a full and happy life together eventing, show jumping and even taking up dressage. But when Dexey entered her veteran years, Tanya decided that she may need to review the mare’s feeding regime. Said Tanya: “Although I have used TopSpec... Read More

Hip-hip-hooray…VTI’s four in February!

Posted: 23/01/2014

Nationwide thermal imaging company Veterinary Thermal Imaging (VTI) is celebrating its fourth birthday during February…and has captured an amazing amount of images since its launch! “When VTI started, it was just me, but we’ve grown since that time and now have thermographers all over the UK, meaning that we truly are... Read More

Laminitis management made easier

Posted: 23/01/2014

The spring months can sadly go hand in hand with an increased risk of equine laminitis. The lush spring pasture can bring about this harmful, painful condition providing a real worry for horse owners. If your horse or pony is affected this season then both the equine diet and the environment... Read More

Animal Health Company opens a new online store!

Posted: 23/01/2014

Trusted and respected health care experts Animal Health Company launch new website. Full of helpful expert advice and products from their nine ranges, the informative new ecommerce website has a completely new design and extensive online store. With products available for equines, canines and poultry the new online store ensures... Read More

Ulla Salzgeber buys Grand Prix prospect at Westphalian Auction

Posted: 21/01/2014

Ulla Salzgeber will be taking home the third best selling horse of the auction, the 5-year old chestnut gelding Quintessenz (by Quaterback x Ehrentusch x Damenstolz). The German A-team rider and Olympic medallist paid €40,000 (£33,000) for the youngster. "I tried him out last week and after two minutes I knew... Read More

Use your head(piece)! New padded headpiece from Kate Negus

Posted: 21/01/2014

Kate Negus Saddlery has launched a completely redesigned padded headpiece for 2014. The Grand Prix Headpiece is made using quality English leather and was designed by the company’s Managing Director, Julia Andrews. It combines a padded headpiece with a design that reduces pressure around the back of the horse’s ears with... Read More

Hiho Silver releases Spinal Research Beaded Friendship Bracelet

Posted: 20/01/2014

Hiho Silver is delighted to announce that the new Spinal Research Beaded Friendship Bracelet is available now…and for each bracelet purchased, Hiho will donate £7.50 to Spinal Research. “Spinal Research’s valuable work really came to light, to us, after Claire Lomas completed the London Marathon using a pair of ReWalk robotic... Read More

Getting Competition Ready with Elim-a-Net!

Posted: 20/01/2014

After a long, dull winter many of us have been looking forward to the dawning of the competition season. So why not while away the last of the winter weeks planning how you can get organised for your spring events? Whatever discipline you compete in considering important factors such as health,... Read More

10 Things You Didn’t Know About the World Equestrian Games

Posted: 20/01/2014

On the 24 August, 2014, the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (TM) 2014 in Normandy will open. Over two weeks, the world’s best riders will compete in this equestrian spectacle that will see eight world championships crowned at the largest equestrian competition ever held in France. Here are 10 interesting facts... Read More

A Career in Saddle Fitting

Posted: 17/01/2014

Question: I have worked in the equestrian industry for some time and was thinking about becoming a saddle fitter, what would I need to do to become a Qualified Saddle Fitter that is recognised by the Society of Master Saddlers? Answer: The Society of Master Saddlers replies: If you are... Read More

A Calmer Gypsy Stays Fit and Well at 21

Posted: 17/01/2014

Despite being 21-years-old, 13.3hh Irish cob, Gypsy still remains a handful for owner Janet Pilling when at a driving competition. Janet has enjoyed driving trials for many years and was delighted when she found and bought Gypsy. Explains Janet: “I have owned Gypsy for 14 years now and bought him from... Read More

New Promotional Leaflets from the Society of Master Saddlers

Posted: 17/01/2014

Are you familiar with the Society of Master Saddlers and what they do? Why you should use a registered qualified saddler fitter? and Why they need to be a Society member? These are some of the questions answered by the Society of Master Saddlers in three new informative leaflets. The Society... Read More

Support for EquestrianClearance.com BRC Winter Champs Qualifiers

Posted: 16/01/2014

WITH more than 20 events already held, competition is proving fierce at the EquestrianClearance.com British Riding Clubs Winter Championship qualifiers. Held at Hartpury College, Gloucestershire on March 29/30, the event is one of the highlights in the British Riding Clubs calendar, drawing competitors from all over the country. Over 150 senior show... Read More

Sharon Hunt selected as British Eventing U18 Eastern Region Coach

Posted: 16/01/2014

International Event rider Sharon Hunt is set to have a busy year after being selected to be the British Eventing U18 Eastern Region Coach. In this exciting new role Sharon will be working with the British Eventing U18 programme to improve the skills of younger riders developing them for future Pony,... Read More

Grub’s Sponsor Arena Eventing Series at Northcote Stud EC

Posted: 16/01/2014

Neoprene performance footwear specialists, Grub’s will be sponsoring the Arena Eventing Series at Northcote Stud Equestrian Centre in Lancashire. The series is aimed at ‘grass root’ level eventing with junior and senior classes of 80cm, 90cm and 1m taking place. Competitor will jump a course of 16-20 fences set up in... Read More

Topped up and ready for action!

Posted: 15/01/2014

With the winter season finally beginning to draw to a close many horse owners are starting to look forward to the competition season and getting “out and about” on the circuit in a variety of disciplines. But how do we ensure our equines have the condition, and particularly the topline, to... Read More

Saracen Horse Feeds Equine Nutrition Course for BHS Grooms

Posted: 14/01/2014

Saracen Horse Feeds and the British Horse Society have joined forces to provide a series of training modules on equine nutrition. The course which starts in March 2014 will be available to anyone from the professional groom, to the everyday horse owner. Equine nutrition is a key part of the BHS exams... Read More

Cyden Dressage Stallions Debut at British Stallion Event

Posted: 14/01/2014

The Cyden Dressage Stallions, standing at stud for the first time in 2014, made their public debut at the British Stallion Event held at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire. Owned by North Lincolnshire-based Lara Dyson, the Cyden Dressage Stallions team comprises of Cyden Cadans M, Cyden Bodyguard Moorland and Cyden Oostings Amigo. The one... Read More

One stop bridle solutions....Classic Dressage!

Posted: 14/01/2014

Classic Dressage has just launched a range of UK made, beautifully designed bridles that are interchangeable and premium quality without the hefty price tag! The new range of elegant double and snaffle bridles are bought as standard with a sparkling brow- bands, plain or patent nosebands and all manner of rein choices... Read More

New website for Tuffa Footwear!

Posted: 14/01/2014

Tuffa Footwear is delighted to announce the launch of its new website- packed with more images and information than ever before, for its growing range of riding and country footwear. The site has been designed to be easy to navigate and contains information about all the products as well as news,... Read More

Cyden Stallions Standing at Stud in the UK for the First Time

Posted: 13/01/2014

THREE new and exciting stallions from Cyden Dressage are standing at stud for the first time in 2014. Having previously concentrated on their dressage careers, North Lincolnshire-based owner Lara Dyson is making them available to mare owners for the season. The Cyden Dressage Stallions team comprises of KWPN approved Cyden Cadans... Read More

Ride Out in Grub’s Boots

Posted: 10/01/2014

The Rideline™ boots from Grub’s are ideal for riding and stable work and are sure to keep your feet dry and warm in all weathers. These boots combine the unique INSU-FOAM ULTRA™ technology with advanced 5.0 Thermal engineering for a comfortable warm and dry fit. The Rideline™ features the brand new... Read More

A healthy gut for spring!

Posted: 10/01/2014

Ensuring your horse has a healthy gut function is key. You can help to protect your horse against poor gut health, and boost immune support by simply adding a probiotic supplement to his daily feed. Protexin Equine Premium’s everyday probiotic for horses Gut Balancer provides daily immune support by delivering a regular... Read More

Oscar Wins The Face of TopSpec 2014!

Posted: 08/01/2014

Oscar, a six-year-old coloured gelding owned by Julie Hammond from Aberdeenshire has been chosen as ‘The Face of TopSpec 2014’ in a nationwide competition. For Julie, a health and safety advisor, Oscar is a very special chap as a homebred project horse and one who could easily have not made it... Read More

“Virtual” Team wins Dressage Anywhere Team Challenge

Posted: 08/01/2014

For the first time ever a team made up of competitors who have never met each other and live miles apart won the Dressage Anywhere Team Challenge. Teams made up of 3 members or more, compete at any level in the monthly competitions. The combined top 3 scores in any one... Read More

Windproof wonders from Tayberry!

Posted: 06/01/2014

Tayberry’s windproof fleece collection is ideal for the windy weather we’re experiencing at the moment…and it won’t break the bank either! The collection includes four designs- Peak and Dale for ladies, and Marsh and Scarfel for men. All designs are made using a technical bonded fleece that is windproof, responds to... Read More

Activated Charcoal is now available from Equimins

Posted: 06/01/2014

Equimins has added a new product to its Digestion range- Activated Charcoal. Activated Charcoal can be used to help promote a calm digestive system in horses, as and when needed. Equimins’ charcoal supplement is created from a vegetable form of carbon, made using ground coconut shells. “Activated Charcoal is a new... Read More

Grub’s Team Up With Ben Hobday

Posted: 02/01/2014

Well-known boot manufacturer, Grub’s has teamed up with international event rider Ben Hobday to continue to build a strong sponsorship relationship. Based near Bolton, Ben has proved that from a young age he has talent in the eventing world. He won the U21 National championships and then went on to be... Read More

Luca Maria Moneta claims the Alltech Christmas Puissance

Posted: 30/12/2013

Under the gaze of an enthusiastic full house at Olympia, The London International Horse Show, Italian Luca Maria Moneta leapt to victory and claimed the Alltech Christmas Puissance title for 2013. Surprisingly this is Luca’s first ever puissance win clearing the 7ft 2in jump in the final round. After going head-to-head... Read More

Stylish accessorising for equine enthusiasts!

Posted: 30/12/2013

The Carrots Me To You design, featuring Tatty Teddy, has been a unanimous hit with kids and grown-ups alike! Now equestrian enthusiasts can accessorise any outfit with a cute Drawstring Bag! The brand new Tatty Teddy Drawstring Bags are perfect for young equestrians or those young at heart. The Berry Tatty... Read More

Put a spring in your horse’s step!

Posted: 30/12/2013

With the winter months nearly behind us many horse owners are looking forward to spring, so what better time to start planning your equine’s competition feeding plan? Not only should you be filling up your calendars with planned outings, trainings and show dates, but it pays to plan your feed schedule... Read More

A show-stopping shirt for the season ahead

Posted: 30/12/2013

With the competition season nearly upon us, riders can soon look forward to donning their show gear, saddling up and putting on a show-stopping performance. The Ariat Aptos collection of Show Tops has a longstanding following with riders of all levels, in all disciplines, and the technical, yet traditional garment now... Read More

Scrub up and sparkle this spring!

Posted: 30/12/2013

After a winter of mud, rain and stable stains, we can all be a little overwhelmed by the spring-cleaning process that follows! Grey horses, or those with white markings, can be especially tricky, and billowing white tails can often become yellowed and stained - a total no-no for show days! Fear... Read More

Tackle Mud Fever with Equi-Med Ag

Posted: 17/12/2013

IS your horse or pony prone to mud fever? Don’t worry help is on hand from Equi-Med Ag with their revolutionary break through products that are scientifically proven to help tackle mud fever and treat wounds. The Equi-Med Ag Stable Boots are just one of products from the mud fever... Read More

Speakers announced for the 2014 International Eventing Forum.

Posted: 16/12/2013

The annual International Eventing Forum (IEF) at Hartpury College is now an essential date in the diary for Professional and Amateur riders at all levels. The 2014 forum on Monday 3rd February will see the IEF join forces with British Eventing under the banner “Raise your Game”, to offer an even... Read More

Experience Montana & New Mexico With Ranch Rider's 2014 Brochure

Posted: 16/12/2013

Tour operator, Ranch Rider is adding two new ranch stays to its 2014 collection including, a working ranch in New Mexico, the area once frequented by infamous outlaw Billy The Kid, and a Montana based luxury property within easy reach of America’s first ever national park. Tony Daly, Managing Director of... Read More

Keep your saddle fitting ‘Korrectly’ this season

Posted: 16/12/2013

At this time of year horse owners are often faced with a constant battle to retain saddle fit for their horse. With unpredictable weather, time off over the festive period, weight fluctuation and an increase in fitness work in preparation for the forthcoming season, body shapes can vary greatly from week... Read More

Westphalian horses impress at Bury Farm High Profile Show

Posted: 16/12/2013

Two dressage horses who both featured in previous Westphalian Studbook auctions and licensing have gone on to recent high profile competition with much success. At the Bury Farm High Profile Dressage Show on 1st December previous Westphalian graduates Dragon Heart II and Pompidou took wins in the PSG and Grand Prix... Read More

Feeding forage for the year ahead

Posted: 14/12/2013

As horse-owners we all know that forage; including grass, hay and haylage, is the most important aspect of our equine’s management routine, and that feeding a high fibre diet is a trusted, long standing equestrian concept. As the competition season creeps up and spring is on the way, Parell Products give... Read More

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