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Guest
25 October,2017

Advantages and Challenges of Haylage

By Professor Meriel Moore-Colyer, Dean of the School of Equine Management and Science at the Royal Agricultural College.   With […]

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Hay Bale
24 October,2017

Edgar Degas – Painter of Racehorses

Edgar Degas (19 July 1834 – 27 September 1917)  was an acclaimed painter, printmaker, sculpture and an early pioneer of Impressionism. Today […]

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Book Reviews
24 October,2017

Book Review: The Principles of Riding – Basic Training for Horse and Rider

The German Equestrian Federation first published The Principles of Riding over 50 years ago and it has received wide ranging […]

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Guest
23 October,2017

Understanding and Recognising Fatigue in Horses

 by Dr David Marlin What is fatigue? In the context of horse sport, we use fatigue to describe the inability […]

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News
23 October,2017

Which Social Media Platform Should A Small Rural Business Use? by Rhea Freeman Podcast #3

Haynet has launched a new series of podcasts which we hope will be a learning tool for horse bloggers and […]

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News
23 October,2017

“If I sit on a horse, I’m free” by Angelika Trabert

Born with no legs, Angelika Trabert is now a medal-winning Paralympian – and an anaesthetist. Her motto is “it’s ability, […]

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Business Showcase
23 October,2017

Business Showcase: Introducing Inkpot & Press

Not just another Equestrian PR  by Emily Mumford   Believe it or not I am not a big fan of […]

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Hay Bale
22 October,2017

One Hand On The Reins And One Hand On The Cradle

It seems on the outside a very easy return for some high profile equestrian competitor mums that seem to jump […]

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News
20 October,2017

Haynet News – This Week’s Latest Posts

Come and have a read of the latest posts and news that have been on Haynet this week and through […]

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Hay Bale
20 October,2017

Riding In An Era Gone By

I won’t divulge my age on paper but I grew up in what is now a nostalgic time when learning […]

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Guest
19 October,2017

Handling a Foal

Early handling of the foal is essential to produce a well mannered horse. Time spent getting the foal used to […]

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