Turmeric: Pellets vs. Powder

Posted: 07/10/2021

The benefits of feeding turmeric to horses are widely recognised amongst equestrians and include general wellbeing, joint support, improved digestion and coat and skin. However, turmeric is not easily absorbed by the body so its delivery and formulation is vital to ensure horses receive maximum benefit and you don’t waste money on... Read More

Bennington Carriages Osberton International Results

Posted: 07/10/2021

Bennington Carriages Osberton International Proves a Big Hit with Carriage Drivers This year’s Osberton International Horse Trials played host to a national driving event for the very first time. Following the huge success of a test driving trials in 2019, the team at organiser’s BEDE Events pulled out all the stops to bring... Read More

YOUNG EVENTERS PROGRAMME RIDERS ANNOUNCED

Posted: 01/10/2021

The Windrush Equestrian Foundation is pleased to announce the new intake of riders for the start of the 2021 programme. A change of format to the programme that offers young event riders educational, business and welfare support, alongside mentoring and coaching from Pippa Funnell, has seen the programme extend to... Read More

IMPROVE EQUINE BIOSECURITY WITHOUT TOXIC CHEMICALS

Posted: 01/10/2021

IMPROVE EQUINE BIOSECURITY WITHOUT USING HARMFUL TOXIC CHEMICALS Preventing the spread of equine infectious disease should be the collective responsibility of everyone involved in the horse world, urge experts – but at what cost? Whether running a veterinary practice, an event, a yard, or competing regularly at home or abroad, it... Read More

Girths - elastic on one or both sides?

Posted: 29/09/2021

In this article Society of Master Saddlers’ Master Saddler, Master Bridle Maker, Master Harness Maker, Registered Master Saddle Fitter and Registered Qualified Bridle Fitter, Helen Reader, provides advice on girths. I see there are leather girths with one side elastic or both - what would you recommend? Elastic in a girth will allow... Read More

First Aid for Horse and Rider Just Got Better

Posted: 29/09/2021

The Horse & Rider First Aid Kit from Robinson Animal Healthcare has been updated to include a wider selection of first aid products for the rider, to treat minor injuries at the yard and when away competing. When dealing with horses and carrying out yard duties, cuts and scrapes can often occur,... Read More

Edith and Little Betty get back to Pony Club

Posted: 29/09/2021

When nine-year-old Shetland, Little Betty became unsound the Land family from Norfolk knew they had to do everything they could to get her comfortable. Owned by Nicola Land and ridden by her four-year-old daughter, Edith, Little Betty is a huge part of the family. Said Nicola: “We first noticed Little Betty was off... Read More

Hold Tight with a Neck Strap from Cathedral Equine

Posted: 29/09/2021

When dressage rider and trainer Lara Edwards started Cathedral Equine she never imagined that the most popular product would turn out to be a simple neck strap. This basic piece of equipment has sold out time and time again as soon as stock arrives. Often associated with novice riders, the neck strap... Read More

Haygain announces partnership with British Grooms Association

Posted: 28/09/2021

Haygain is excited to formalize its long-time partnership with grooms as an Official Partner of the British Grooms Association. "As an equine health company, we appreciate the countless hours grooms spend caring for their horses behind the scenes, their keen ability to catch health and performance issues in their earliest and... Read More

Catch Team GB Superstars at Osberton International This Week

Posted: 27/09/2021

The triumphant ‘golden girls’ that made for such a fantastic result at this weekend’s FEI Eventing European Championships at Avenches in Switzerland are all heading to Osberton International this week. With a team gold medal for Nicola Wilson, Piggy March, Kitty King and Ros Canter, as well as individual gold for Nicola,... Read More

Helen Reader is New President of Society of Master Saddlers

Posted: 24/09/2021

HELEN Reader has been appointed as the new President of the Society of Master Saddlers. Well-known throughout the industry, Helen runs HR Saddlery in Carmarthenshire and is a Society of Master Saddlers Master Saddler, Master Bridle Maker, Master Harness Maker, Registered Master Saddle Fitter and Registered Qualified Bridle Fitter. She also very... Read More

Society of Master Saddlers’ Awards 2021

Posted: 23/09/2021

THIS year’s Society of Master Saddlers’ National Saddlery Competition at Saddlers’ Hall, London proved a huge success with the organisers delighted at the number of entries and the very high standards. At the start of the evening Society of Master Saddlers’ President, Bea Blakeman thanked everyone for their hard work over... Read More

Top Tips for a Tidy Tack Room

Posted: 23/09/2021

When was the last time you organised your tack room and took stock of all your horse wear? From piles of rugs to boxes full of equipment you forgot you even had, a good sort out now will have you all set for winter. Items you no longer need can be turned... Read More

Going Above and Beyond to Support Riders

Posted: 21/09/2021

For some riders the closure of riding centres due to the pandemic had a profound affect. Riders that participate in Accessibility Mark sessions often gain more from the experience than just learning to ride. This could be a physical benefit as riding is a form of therapy or a mental benefit,... Read More

Discover Newmarket releases dates for behind-the-scenes tours

Posted: 21/09/2021

Going, going, gone! Discover Newmarket releases dates for behind-the-scenes tours VIP treatment includes exclusive access to the Parade Ring on race day An exclusive peep behind the scenes at Newmarket Racecourses and the chance to watch the bidding at Tattersalls, Europe’s leading bloodstock auctioneers, are now possible on three returning day-long experiences... Read More

Chill Out With Mollichaff Calmer Complete!

Posted: 21/09/2021

Is your horse or pony feeling a little fresh and excitable? It’s always important to look at your management routine and environment to ensure that any potential stressful situations are kept to a minimum before relying on a change to the diet. Fizzy behaviour may also be due to pain from... Read More

Moreton Morrell College Degree Open Day 25 September

Posted: 20/09/2021

If you’re considering a future in equine or animal management, Moreton Morrell College offers courses for school leavers, apprenticeships, degree courses and part-time land-based professional courses. The College provides on-site Halls of Residence and livery facilities, as well as a very popular and unique ‘Loan a Horse Scheme’, for students who... Read More

Aztec Diamond Equestrian launch The Dream Wishlist Competition

Posted: 15/09/2021

Aztec Diamond Equestrian are running a once-in-a-lifetime competition with their “Dream Wishlist Giveaway” which features a huge collection of equestrian items to support the winner both physically and mentally. A prize of this magnitude has never been seen before within the equestrian industry. A year ago, Aztec Diamond Equestrian invited... Read More

HorseHage Bringing in the Compliments for Snoode

Posted: 14/09/2021

16-year old Morelyn Another Good’un, known as Snoode in the stable, has been inundated with compliments since turning to High Fibre HorseHage. Owned by 26-year-old Tamsin Thatcher, Snoode who stands at 16.2hh is a Thoroughbred x Welsh sired by Another Hoarwithy and is out of Morlyn Rose Maree. Based in Worcestershire, Tamsin has... Read More

David Deillon - Moving with the Times

Posted: 14/09/2021

The new Alogo movement sensor has been researched and developed over a number of years and is the most accurate technology ever implemented in an equine sensor. Here we talk to CEO David Deillon, the brains behind Alogo and how he came up with the idea. 1, Tell us about... Read More

Stoneleigh Proves a Huge Success for BETA International 2021

Posted: 13/09/2021

BETA International ended its first year at the NAEC, Stoneleigh, on a high with organisers delighted at the smooth running of the inaugural event and excellent trade carried out over the three days at the much applauded new venue. Well known for its fantastic networking opportunities, educational seminars, chance to see the... Read More

Society of Master Saddler’s Competition A Great Success at BETA

Posted: 13/09/2021

BETA International showcased saddlery craftsmanship and the skills of talented apprentices and trainees over the three days as they competed for top awards in the Society of Master Saddlers’ competitions. Always a popular draw for visitors to the trade fair, the competitions bring a lot of interest to the Saddlery Pavilion to... Read More

Innovation is a winner at BETA International 2021

Posted: 10/09/2021

BETA International’s Innovation Awards, with their fresh, new format for 2021, certainly hit the spot with the trade-only audience who gathered to hear the winning products announced as the first day of the show ended at the NAEC, Stoneleigh, on Thursday 9 September. The latest new product innovations were entered into the... Read More

BETA International 2021 Best Stand Awards

Posted: 10/09/2021

Exhibition stands at BETA International are always polished, professional and powerful sales and marketing platforms guaranteed to impress and delight visitors attending this leading trade show. They take time, effort and a huge amount of creativity, and the very best are rewarded in the BETA International Best Stand Awards. Every exhibitor is... Read More

The Power of Magnetik

Posted: 09/09/2021

World leaders when it comes to equestrian sporting equipment and protection, Veredus, developed the Magnetik Line, a range of products that use magnetic therapy. But what is magnetic therapy? Magnetotherapy is a medical method used for helping certain conditions and has long been used on humans and animals. It works by creating... Read More

Family pony's unusual digestive issues lead owner to Steamed Hay.

Posted: 08/09/2021

Diarrhoea, colitis and irritable bowel syndrome can be taboo topics in polite society. Teresa Wilson, however, was desperate to discuss and dive deeply into anything she could find out about these digestive issues when they presented in the family pony, Rocko. And not because he's a fancy, expensive show pony. Teresa found... Read More

Bumper Entries and World Class Riders Head to Osberton

Posted: 08/09/2021

Most of the country’s leading riders are entered and set to converge on Osberton International Horse Trials later this month. Well known as a training ground for many horses that go on to compete at world class level, the top eight horses at this year’s Chedington Bicton Park CCI5* Horse Trials were... Read More

Equitex launch Loden Range

Posted: 08/09/2021

Equitex have taken the market by storm with their luxury, equine back care protection in the form of their unique saddle pad. Renowned for their non-slip properties and reducing pressure and impact, they are also a coveted item for their rich velvet fabrics in a wide variety of colours. To further enhance... Read More

A BALE TRAILER FOR ALL from Fresh Group!

Posted: 07/09/2021

Transporting bales in the pastures and paddocks doesn't have to be hard work or a tedious task! If you are moving round bales or Heston bales of hay, haylage, silage, or straw, have a look at our selection of ATV bale trailers, designed to make life easier. Our range of ATV... Read More

When a School Trip Inspires a New Hobby

Posted: 07/09/2021

12-year-old Roo Hirons from the Isle of Wight had often asked to go horse riding but with lockdown restrictions and family commitments, Roo’s mum Helen had not managed to make it happen. When Roo came home from school one day excited at being given the choice to either go surfing or horse... Read More

Visit us at Farm Business Innovation 2021!

Posted: 06/09/2021

Farm Business Innovation (FBI) is an outstanding event for any equestrian business looking to expand, improve, innovate or diversify their existing offer. FBI offers a well organised, vibrant atmosphere for serious business networking as well as hosting free to attend, relevant, insightful speakers encouraging entrepreneurial thinking and providing real solutions to... Read More

The Haygain Way

Posted: 06/09/2021

The Haygain Way Hay Steamers, The Forager and ComfortStall are entry points for path to well-being and peak performance. Mother Nature and modern science inspire The Haygain Way. It's a proactive approach to modern horse management that addresses multiple aspects of the horse's health, well-being and performance -- without medication.... Read More

Horse of the Year Show tickets selling out fast!

Posted: 06/09/2021

The biggest week of the year for equestrian entertainment is back, with something for every member of the family to enjoy. We are delighted to announce that this year’s Horse of the Year Show will take place at NEC Birmingham on 6th – 10th October 2021. Alongside the abundance of shopping opportunities... Read More

Colic, don’t let it end in tragedy

Posted: 06/09/2021

Hundreds of horses lose their lives to colic each year. While most cases can be cured medically, 5-10% will require surgery to save the horse’s life. If you found yourself faced with the prospect of life-saving surgery for your horse, could you afford to foot the bill? Luckily, this is where SEIB... Read More

Why & when to support your horse’s immune system?

Posted: 06/09/2021

The immune system is the key to a healthy horse and should not be overlooked. For many horses, the demands of training, performance, travel, weather, staying away and parasites raise the stress level and put the immune system under pressure. The Immune system can also be compromised by age and lack... Read More

Equestrian property for sale September 2021

Posted: 06/09/2021

An impressive 21st Century Georgian style property, set in approximately 36 acres, with approx. 12,467 sq ft of exceptional living space, outbuildings and premium equestrian facilities. The extensive equestrian facilities include numerous outbuildings. There are 15 extra-large loose boxes, 9 of which are in the well appointed American style barn, with secure... Read More

Garside Sands Pro Arena Surface

Posted: 06/09/2021

With the British summer beginning to fade, the opportunity to get out into the countryside is likely to become more limited. Not only will conditions underfoot undoubtedly deteriorate, but the weather will definitely become less accommodating. For these reasons, many riders may well be increasing their time inside covered schools and... Read More

Osberton International - There’s No Better Place To Be!

Posted: 06/09/2021

This year’s Osberton International Horse & Driving Trials looks set to provide a fantastic day out as well as top class eventing action attracting the sports leading riders. Held at the picturesque Nottinghamshire estate - September 30 to October 3, visitors can watch major names from the eventing world as well as... Read More

Nedz Advance supreme absorbency

Posted: 02/09/2021

A research study carried out at Hartpury University’s Equestrian Performance Research Centre has looked at the absorbency of five different types of equestrian bedding, to establish which material provides the most absorbency. With horses spending more time in their stables it has become increasingly important that the environment they are being... Read More

New Veredus Safety Bell Boot Light

Posted: 02/09/2021

The Veredus Safety Bell Boot Light provides the ultimate protection for the horse’s hoof and heel area. Giving your horse 360 degree all-round coverage whilst ensuring freedom of movement, flexibility and comfort, the shock absorbing safety bell boots are designed to protect the entire heel area. The boots are hard wearing and heavy... Read More

What should I look for in a General Purpose saddle?

Posted: 02/09/2021

In this issue Society of Master Saddlers’ Master Saddler, Master Bridle Maker, Master Harness Maker, Registered Master Saddle Fitter and Registered Qualified Bridle Fitter, Helen Reader, provides advice on General Purpose saddles. What should I look for in a General Purpose saddle? A GP saddle is designed to allow the rider to participate... Read More

Veredus Therapeutic Magnetik Pro Wrap

Posted: 02/09/2021

The Veredus Magnetik Pro Wrap is a therapeutic device with six neodymium magnets that develop a power of 2400 Gauss each. The magnets are carefully arranged and distributed on the pastern area. Made from a soft and breathable neoprene, the Magnetik Pro Wrap is lined and trimmed in Lycra, to guarantee maximum... Read More

MOCHARA, perfect for pre-teens

Posted: 02/09/2021

Young riders from the age of 8 can now live an active life in style with MOCHARA Equestrian. The sizing from their latest collection offers young riders a modern and smart look, on and off the saddle. All items available in XXS are suitable for girls age 8 – 11 and... Read More

Veredus Magnetik Rug

Posted: 27/08/2021

The Magnetik Rug from Veredus helps to stimulate the flow of blood in the horse’s body, which helps reduce swelling and speeds up the elimination of toxins and the regenerative processes. The rug also helps to prepare muscles and tendons for work. Made of breathable microporous material, the Veredus Magnetik Rug is... Read More

Advice on Martingales from Master Saddlers

Posted: 27/08/2021

In this article Society of Master Saddlers’ Master Saddler, Master Bridle Maker, Master Harness Maker, Registered Master Saddle Fitter and Registered Qualified Bridle Fitter, Helen Reader, provides advice on martingales. My horse is unsettled in his head carriage. It has been advised that a martingale may help, what type should I... Read More

Reducing the Respiratory Challenge

Posted: 27/08/2021

Over the past few decades, we have become more aware of respiratory disease in horses and the need to pay close attention to the environment as well as the horse’s diet, in order to reduce the level of exposure to the disease-causing agents. If the horse is suffering from a viral or... Read More

Granite Looks a Picture of Health

Posted: 27/08/2021

Horse owner, Jasmine Smith was just about at her wits end when looking for a horse feed for her beloved Connemara, Granite. On the one hand the 10-year-old gelding is fussy when it comes to forage, but is also a good-doer, while at the same time needing a low starch, low... Read More

A Touch of Rose Gold from Cathedral Equine

Posted: 25/08/2021

Rose Gold has become increasingly popular and not just with jewellery, it is now a colour option on everything from phones to homeware. To keep up with the trend Cathedral Equine has introduced the subtle shade of pink to a number of items in the range. For riders that like to experiment... Read More

The Natural Way with Cathedral Equine

Posted: 25/08/2021

Dressage rider, trainer and Cathedral Equine owner Lara Edwards has long been an advocate of natural horsemanship methods, successfully using the techniques on her stallions and during the early education of her homebred youngsters. Lara was introduced to natural horsemanship when her stallion Cadans M, was asked to take part in a... Read More

FOAL SET ALIGHT IN SUSPECTED ARSON ATTACK RECOVERING AT REDWINGS

Posted: 20/08/2021

A rescued foal who suffered horrific burns as the result of an apparent arson attack is continuing to fight for his life at Redwings Horse Sanctuary. The seven-week-old colt, named Phoenix, arrived at the charity’s Horse Hospital in Norfolk this week having spent over a fortnight receiving emergency care at Lingfield Equine... Read More

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