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Hay Bale
03 October,2017

Living With Cancer and Horse Ownership

Imagine our stunned faces at my yard when a good friend sat down and told us she has breast cancer. […]

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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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Guest
01 October,2017

Keeping Cool, Calm and Collected in the Show Ring

In every sport especially in front of an audience, requires a cool head and calm exterior to perform at your […]

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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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News
28 September,2017

Bridle fit is as important to horses as saddle fitting: Here’s why

Even though you may know that your bridle has to fit your horse properly, you may be surprised to hear […]

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Guest
28 September,2017

Safety Tips When Horse Riding On The Road

Whether you’re riding on a main road or a country lane, horses and their riders are amongst the most vulnerable […]

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Guest
25 September,2017

To Rug – Or Not….

What the hell happened to summer? One minute we were whinging about the flies and the hard ground and the […]

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Hay Bale
20 September,2017

All Worked Up – Dealing With Sensitive Horses

I sometimes wonder whether my horse has a split personality, very sunshine and showers. Luckily the sunshine comes through most […]

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Hay Bale
16 September,2017

Buying A Horse That Is Right For You Both

Talking with a friend recently who had finally bought a horse after a lengthy search, it came to me that it […]

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Hay Bale
15 September,2017

A Typical Worry

Summer seems to have skipped by and autumn is knocking on the stable door. The flies will soon disappear, the […]

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Book Reviews
10 September,2017

Legend – A True Story

Legend – A True Story by Elizabeth Spencer Published by Forelock Books This beautifully produced hardback book, complete with its […]

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Guest
10 September,2017

How To Rehabilitate Your Horse After Injury

When your horse sustains an injury of any severity, it is vital to ensure they have been properly rehabilitated. Like […]

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Blog
26 August,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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Haynet is also the host of the Country Style and Equestrian Blogger of the Year Award celebrating top class bloggers within the industry. We are also the founder of the #HorseBloggers channel and the host of #RuralBloggers, a dedicated network to share countryside related content, engaging with the rural blogging community. Working also with equestrian and rural companies, Haynet brings you all the views, news and latest products that you will find of interest.

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