Telling your storiesfrom the stables to the fields

Product Reviews
08 October,2017

A Muddy Cure

Mud fever, greasy heel, dew poisoning, pastern dermatitis or whatever you choose to call it, I hate it and my horse really hates […]

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Friends
04 October,2017

Planning Hoops And Hurdles Finally Equals A Shiny New Arena by Teri Warner

It’s been all systems go at Merrywood farm, we have been working hard to keep moving forward and building our […]

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News
02 October,2017

Horses Stepping Up For New Glue-On Horseshoes

A new twist on the ancient practice of shoeing horses has emerged, with a British company developing a new design […]

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Hay Bale
01 October,2017

Battle of the Bots!

There are some summers where the bot flies stay away or there are summers where they make their presence known..by […]

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News
30 September,2017

Calls for horse boot safety standards

A physiologist is calling for a recognised standard for horse boots, saying they should have a protection rating similar to riders’ […]

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Book Reviews
30 September,2017

Heart to Heart with Horses – An Equine Lover’s Guide to Reiki

The author, Kathleen Prasad is a very well respected Reiki Master and the co-founder & president of the Shelter Animal […]

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Hay Bale
30 September,2017

What To Do In A Horse Riding Accident

Having recently been involved in assisting a very serious horse riding accident, it became apparent that there were certain things […]

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Product Reviews
27 September,2017

Renasan Equine First Aid Spray: A Review by Gee Gee & Me

They say knowledge is power and in November 2016 it was as if I had been given a new pair […]

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News
23 September,2017

Visiting New York City’s last horse stables by Nathan Kensinger

It wasn’t all that long ago that transportation in New York City meant horses. Coaches, carriages, trolleys, omnibuses—all were dependent […]

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News
20 September,2017

Owners urged to safeguard their horses’ futures by including them in their will

A leading British equine charity is calling on owners to ensure they make provision for their horses in their wills […]

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Guest
19 September,2017

Get Ready For The Vet

Accidents can and do happen with horses. They also get ill, suffer minor injuries and also need routine treatments on […]

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