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.
Your horse can’t communicate verbally but you can use equine body language just like your horse does with you, to understand what your horse wants. Equine Body Language or the language of Equus
When horses drinking water was restricted to the two automatic watering systems, it was found the horses spent more time drinking, but took in less water. This caused a decline in hydration levels. So, what’s the best way to provide your horse with fresh drinking water?
Essential Horse Health advice, horse care and horse facts. What are strangles? What are sarcoids? How do I check my horses conformation? How do I tell my horses age? Your horse’s health should a top priority, because our equine friends rely on us for care and attention when they need it
Think you know horses then test your horse knowledge with our online equestrian quiz. If you believe you and your friends have the answers to questions like … Do you know what a fetlock is? What does Robert Whitaker do? …
England & horse friendly English equestrian counties provide excellent access to good trail riding and superb equestrian events. A rich network of bridleways allows for pleasant all year round trail riding, hacking or a daily gallop
In most sports or hobbies a terminology builds and new members or participants can benefit from a glossary of terms used. The equestrian glossary will help you understand common equestrian terms and abbreviations
Greek mythology presents horses as sea creatures ruled by their god Posiedon. Other mythologies present different versions and countries often have differing views on the history of the horse and its relationship with man. What we know for certain is that Horse drawings exist that date from about 3000 BC and the horse has served man well for a very long time …
UK Landowners share a responsibility to keep UK bridleways clear, but it is also up to horse riders, walkers and other users to clear natural obstructions such as fallen trees and undergrowth. If you want to ride safely in your local area, pitch in and make sure we can all enjoy our UK Bridleways for years to come …
Horse riding confidence problems are notoriously difficult to overcome. When you have suffered a serious fall or an accident this applies even more. Read how this horse rider recovered her riding confidence
Having had one bad experience in purchasing a western saddle I thought this article might offer help to anyone thinking of starting western riding and who is thinking of buying a western saddle off-the-peg
Did you know that 90% of falls and horse related injuries are related to inexperienced horse riders? Clinton Lyons has been raising foals and horses for over 35 years; he’s a professional horse trainer and expert horseback riding instructor. This is his guide to horseback riding.
An Alternative Treatment for Equine Navicular Disease is Applied Equine Podiatry. When presented with a horse diagnosed with navicular disease, it is imperative to evaluate the foot structure.
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Classical riders develop wonderfully light responsive horses because they ride from their centre. The classical dressage horse is ridden from the seat first, then the legs and into the hands
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