Saddle Length: Is it such a problem?

Saddle Length: Is it such a problem? written by Kay Hastilow Master Saddler, Master Saddle Fitter. Kay trained as a bench saddler with Bliss and Co, London in the late 1960s. Having set up her own manufacturing and retailing business in the 1970s she became increasingly interested in the effect that the fit of the saddle had on her own……...

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Equine BioSecurity: Healthy practices for any horse owner

Setting up handwashing points is an easy way to improve hygiene and biosecurity on any yard.

Equine BioSecurity: Healthy practices for any horse owner Biosecurity is a fundamental process of helping keep our horses safe, as successful measures can help prevent the transition of infectious diseases. Whether you look after your horse yourself or pay a livery service to do so, it’s wise to practice safety measures throughout our interaction with our fellow equines. In this……...

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Showing Turnout and Etiquette

Showing Tips for You and Your Horse

Showing Turnout and Etiquette: Tips for Success Showing turnout and etiquette so you and your horse don’t lose your cool There are many different types of showing classes, from in-hand to working hunter. It can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to requirements for the rider, etiquette and the turnout of the horse. There can be……...

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Livery Yard 101 – What to ask and consider when looking at livery yards

Livery Yard 101 - What to ask and consider when looking at livery yards

Livery Yard 101 – What to ask and consider when looking at livery yards Have you ever arrived for a viewing at a livery yard and found yourself overwhelmed with everything you need to take in? Do you fail to think of essential questions that need to be asked so you can make a well-informed decision on whether or not……...

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ABRS+ on expanding services to support livery yards

ABRS+ on expanding services to support livery yards

ABRS+ on expanding services to support livery yards The Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS+) is a well-known and highly respected organisation in the equestrian industry. On learning of a recent rebrand and development in services to support livery yard establishments, we were keen to discover more about what the future holds for the organisation. In this article, Cheryl Johns……...

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5 Reasons Your Horse Needs A Horse Rug for New Horse Owners

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5 Reasons Your Horse Needs A Horse Rug for New Horse Owners As a responsible horse owner and handler, you will make it a point that your horses stay healthy and are comfortable. From providing food to shelter and overall living space, horses need a lot of extra care as compared to other common domestic pets.  While some people might……...

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