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Horse Colic – Symptoms, Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Horse Colic – Symptoms, Causes, Treatment & Prevention

One of the biggest fears of being a horse owner is to find out that your horse has colic. The term colic itself is quite vague and covers a wide range range of gastrointestinal conditions. The severity of your horse colic can vary greatly and […]

5 tips on how to see the perfect stride

5 tips on how to see the perfect stride

Getting the distance correct when jumping a fence is one of the hardest parts of jumping. If you watch a professional jumper, one of the things you will notice immediately is how easy it seems for them to get the perfect distance for the jump. […]

9 Essentials every rider should have in their Grooming Kit

9 Essentials every rider should have in their Grooming Kit

If you are anything like me you probably spend as much time grooming your horse as you do riding. Grooming is an essential part of horse ownership and important for horse care. Regular grooming allows us to check on the horses general health and well […]

7 Unusual Equestrian Sports You’ve Never Seen Before

7 Unusual Equestrian Sports You’ve Never Seen Before

Horse sports are as old as the relationship between horses and humans. Each region of the world has their own preferred equestrian sport with racing, showjumping, and rodeo riding being some of the most popular. However there are tonnes of other horse sports that you […]

7 ways to use coconut oil for horses

7 ways to use coconut oil for horses

Sometimes it can seem like coconut oil is in every product that you own. From shampoos, medicine, foods and even household detergents. However there is a good reason for this. It has many proven health benefits and is extremely versatile. Over the last 20 years […]

5 reasons to regularly lunge your horse

5 reasons to regularly lunge your horse

If you have spent time around horses and stables you will be familiar with the practice of lunging. Lunging is a technique that involves the horse being lead around in circles on an extended lead rope. It is primarily done for training and exercise purposes […]

Tennessee walking horse – 7 facts you may not know

Tennessee walking horse – 7 facts you may not know

The Tennessee Walking Horse, commonly called the Tennessee Walker, is a light horse breed developed in middle Tennessee for use on southern plantations in the USA during the 18th century. The horse is synonymous with the south in particular Tennessee who have declared it the national horse […]

6 ways to include your horse in your wedding

6 ways to include your horse in your wedding

Your wedding day is a celebration of the commitment and love between you and your partner. The day traditionally includes friends and family and many people try to include the personalize the day by including their personality and other parts of the life in the […]

6 Ways to Stop Your Horse refusing

6 Ways to Stop Your Horse refusing

If you jump horses or have jumped horses in the past you are likely to have a experienced a refusal to jump. A refusal can come in different forms, the most common being a last second run out from the fence when the horse decides […]

8 ways Pilates can help your horse riding

8 ways Pilates can help your horse riding

Horse riders spend so much time taking care of their horse that they often forget to take care of themselves. What many people forget is that the efficiency of your own movements will directly impact the performance of your horse. The constant shifting from one […]