Horse Bridle Styles - hdr

Choosing a Bridle For Your Horse

The bridle is such an essential part of your horse tack, that you should make sure you choose the right type and size of bridle for your horse while considering the type of work you want your horse to do.

Equine Health Care - hdr

Equine Joint Supplements – What’s Right for Your Horse?

If you want to minimise the risk of joint disease; if you want to make sure that your horse does not suffer from mobility problems; if you want to make sure that your horse stays healthy and active; then you should supplement your horses diet with good quality joint supplements that contain active ingredients.

A Horse With Scope - Jazz & Houdini

What is a Horse With Scope?

The largest showjumps can reach heights in excess of 1.80mtrs which is when a horse with scope becomes an absolute necessity if you want to win. A scopey horse gives you something to work with

Stay Safe Horse Riding - localriding.com

Horse Riding Apparel – Safety vs Fashion

Equestrian fashion trends can dictate how pretty a picture you present on your horse, but sometimes you can forget the safety aspects. Make sure your riding apparel conforms to current safety standards.

Horse Facts - Fun & interesting equine information

Horse Facts – fun & interesting equine information

Our horse facts are a collection of interesting and fun equine Information. Learning basic horse facts and figures as well as the more fun and interesting ones is often placed on the back burner or never considered important because horse owners are far too busy doing horse stuff. Knowing a few equine facts though, can help when you least expect it.

Ragwort and Horse - A Poisonous Plant Toxic to Horses

Ragwort - A Poisonous Plant Toxic to Horses

Ragwort and Horses make for a poisonous combination. Most horse will avoid ragwort as long as they have access to good grazing but overgrazed or poached pasture not only keeps your horse hungry it also encourages the spread of ragwort. So, how do you deal with this poisonous plant that’s so toxic to horses?

Horse Feet Facts - What Horse Owners Need to Know

Horses Feet - 30 Facts to ensure you have a sound horse

Do you know that your horses feet have a landing side and a loading side or that your horses front feet should never be steeper than your horses hind feet? Or that your horses hoof quality is directly related to its moisture content, or the main essential functions the hoof performs? No! well isn’t it about time you did.

Conditioning & Weight Loss In Horses

A horse that appears thin or malnourished is often suffering weight loss due to a number of issues. There are three common issues that can cause unexplained weight loss in horses.

Reriders Getting Back in the Saddle

The Challenges & Joys of Getting Back in the Saddle

Jumping on a horse and going hell for leather over a cross country course is fine when you’re young and fit, but getting back in the saddle when you’re older can offer some challenges. Older re-riders are a growing part of horse shows and equestrian centres are slowly recognising the need to cater to them. So, what are you waiting for?

Horsebox Maintenance and maintaining your horsebox to keep your horse safe

Maintaining Your Horsebox

Breaking down on a small country lane or on the motorway in the pouring rain with one or more horses in your horsebox, isn’t anyone’s idea of fun. The next time you’re organising your show schedule or busy checking your horse or pony, give a thought to your horsebox maintenance

Cleethorpes Beach Ride

Our Cleethorpes Beach Ride was Fantastic. Sandblasted, soaked, frozen in our t-shirts and we couldn’t hear each other talk for the howling wind