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Life after racing: new film showcases versatility of ex-racers - Horse & Hound

Life after racing: new film showcases versatility of ex-racers - Horse & Hound

Denman has returned home to start his full... When I realised his full background I just... Top showing producer Katie Jerram gives her top... Novice eventer Daredevil Boy, ridden by Kelly Harrison, is shown jumping in the artistic film. Also featured is ...

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The Dreaded Drop Fence

The Dreaded Drop Fence

Alongside yawning ditches, heart-stopping drop fences rank amongst the scariest on any cross country fence. And yet, with correct training of the horse and a confident centred position from the rider there is very little to jumping a drop fence.   ...

Emma
Emma

Just 6 days until the live stream for Rolex starts! Check out my top 10 riders here:
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People to Watch at Rolex 2017

People to Watch at Rolex 2017

If you are in the eventing world, or if you know anyone in the eventing world, it's pretty much impossible to not know about Rolex. But, for those of you that don't know what it is, I'll give you a little synopsis of "The Best Weekend All Year!"

Carly Kade Creative
Carly Kade Creative

Happy Friday! I wanted to share my chat with Jan Ruth. She recently released the 3rd book in her Midnight Sky series. I devoured these horse books. Happy reading! http://www.carlykadecreative.com/blog/equestrian-author-spotlight-meet-jan-ruth

Jan Ruth Author Interview on her Horse Book Series for Adults

Jan Ruth Author Interview on her Horse Book Series for Adults

In this eleventh Equestrian Author Spotlight, my spurs are really jingling because I talk with Jan Ruth. She is the author of the Midnight Sky Series. I am a HUGE fan of her horse book series for adults! Of course, Jan and I discuss the best topics on ear...

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Handling a Foal

Handling a Foal

Early handling of the foal is essential to produce a well mannered horse. Time spent getting the foal used to being stroked all over and having its head and legs touched will pay off in the long run. Teach to foal to pick up its feet, holding them up for ...

Haynet Showcasing Small Equestrian & Countryside Businesses In New Series!
With so many small equestrian businesses that are out there, Haynet has decided to showcase these companies and the hard working people behind them. The equestrian and countryside industry is tough and competition is high. However, it is a thriving industry with many small businesses opening every month.

From Monday, Haynet is giving a small rural business one week on Haynet to showcase their company and what service they provide. You will find out about the person behind the brand, what service or products they have to offer even giving Haynet some generous discounts with them! We will also find out what their hopes are for the future within equestrian and countryside business, championing their enthusiasm for the products or services they provide.

So please come and follow this series on Haynet and show support for these unsung businesses that are making their way in the equestrian and countryside industry. You never know if this is something you are thinking about delving into, it may give you the inspiration you need to start your very own equestrian or countryside business!