How to ride safely near livestock

How to ride safely near livestock

07/01/2021

If you’re keen on outdoor life then you’ll undoubtedly enjoy riding horses. However, this popular activity can come with its own set of risks. And while equestrians might be used to the more common causes of accidents, like poor equipment or speeding traffic, what about other dangers?

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Top tips for buying an ex-racehorse

Top tips for buying an ex-racehorse

05/01/2021

Providing a forever home for an ex-racehorse can be a rewarding way to find an athletic, intelligent and well looked-after horse at a good price. With the right owner, a well-handled ex-racehorse can make an excellent riding companion – a win-win situation for all concerned.

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Paula's Blog - We hope everyone had a good Christmas!

Paula's Blog - We hope everyone had a good Christmas!

04/01/2021

We hope everyone had a good Christmas? How many neddies got spoilt indirectly by us asking for things for them? Aria got treated to a pair of magnetic boots to help her legs, I had done a bit of research and found a lot of good reviews on them so thought it was worth a go to help with her legs as they become filled when the horses have to stay in for a few days when its wet. I also bought Autumn a new fly mask and Bob a haynet (he was more interested in the contents!)

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How do I know if my horse has arthritis?

How do I know if my horse has arthritis?

17/12/2020

Transporting a horse can be stressful at the best of times. But if you suspect your animal has a medical condition such as arthritis it can be even more so. Our equine friends give us so much pleasure that it’s awful to think they might be living in pain, especially as they get older.

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Paula's Blog - Thwarted Again

Paula's Blog - Thwarted Again

17/12/2020

I do have to say I am not a fan of the winter weather as yet again its been causing havoc with the arena build, well more over its completely brought it to a standstill.  We’ve had several bouts of heavy rain, then a couple of dry days before more rain (I think our new yard is stuck in a heavy rain zone as that’s all we seem to have?), so the field is currently ready for ducks to move in.

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