wiola
wiola

https://aspireequestrian.wordpress.com/2015/05/19/aspire-eventing-diary-through-coachs-eyes-emma-shabhash-and-merehead-at-aston-le-walls/

Aspire Eventing Diary. Through coach's eyes: Emma, Shabhash and Merehead at Aston Le Walls

Aspire Eventing Diary. Through coach's eyes: Emma, Shabhash and Merehead at Aston Le Walls

Having had a very hectic month I am a little late with this report which in fact I am writing after the third event we have just came back from (Rockingham Castle International Horse Trial). It went better than the Aston event I shared my observation with...

Hannah Arscott
Hannah Arscott

Jack had a loose jump tonight another first since his operation :) I wasn't sure if he'd enjoy it but he was flying! Never seen him jump with such confidence, he was taking strides out and really giving them some room most noticeably he was releasing much more behind than he ever has before :) exciting times!!

HorseScience.co
HorseScience.co

Results from this survey suggest that endurance and trail riders are more likely to use bitless bridles than other disciplines. http://horsescience.co/2015/05/survey-of-bit-noseband-spur-and-whip-usesage/

Survey of bits, spurs, nosebands & whips | HorseScience.co

Survey of bits, spurs, nosebands & whips | HorseScience.co

An online survey of 1,101 Australian riders performed by researchers at the University of Sydney aimed to investigate use of bits, whips, spurs and nosebands across disciplines. The study found that compared to other disciplines endurance and trail riders...

Haynet Admin
Haynet Admin

After spending two days in dusty sheds and the tack room, I am off this morning to sell some of my equestrian hoard at an equine car boot sale! I will let you know if I come back with more tack than I went with!

ClassicEquineEquipment
ClassicEquineEquipment

The more visible your trailer is, the more safe your horse will be on the road!
http://blog.classic-equine.com/2015/05/tips-to-make-your-horse-trailer-more-visible/

Tips to Make Your Horse Trailer More Visible - Classic Equine Equipment Blog

Tips to Make Your Horse Trailer More Visible - Classic Equine Equipment Blog

When you're hitting the road with your horses, the more visible your horse trailer is the better chance you have of standing out to other drivers and potentially avoiding an accident. There are a number of ways you can help to make your horse trailer more...

Judi Daly
Judi Daly added a blog post
He Arrives

He Arrives

He Arrives   We thought he would be here on Tuesday, but that was changed to Wednesday because a Canadian holiday messed up their schedule.  Then, they called me and said it have to be Thursday.  There was another horse that they were shi...

Anna Blake
Anna Blake added a blog post

The Long Goodbye: Meet Vinnie

It makes perfect sense to tell the story of an off-the-track Thoroughbred in the midst of the Triple Crown frenzy–with two weeks until the final race. Some of us love racing and some can’t stand to watch, but we all agree on one truth: Thoroug...

Movensee

Why not start writing your equestrian story, the Haynet way?

I imagine you have come across in the equestrian media, celebrity and well known riders writing about the trials and tribulations of competing their horses. They are interesting to follow and also it gives us an insight into their lives in the equestrian world.

Have you ever thought about writing about your life with horses? Haynet was started to give the opportunity to the every day riders out there to put "pen to paper" in the virtual world of blogging. There are many equestrian bloggers out there, but before Haynet was launched it was difficult to try and find these great diaries that were out there on the web. Now through Haynet you can follow and read Haynet members writing about their ups and downs and also we have nearly 300 independant equestrian blog writers. We have blogs on every equine subject that is out there. Read more......             

Sam and Zeb founders of Haynet

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