Telling your storiesfrom the stables to the fields

We think reading and writing go hand in hand, so we are fortunate to work closely with Quiller Publishing, which are the UK’s leading publishers in the areas of equestrian and countryside interests. Their books are written by talented and enthusiastic authors who are widely acclaimed in their field. Kenilworth Press is an imprint of Quiller Publishing which is the leading and equestrian publisher for The British Horse Society and distributor for The Pony Club.

So please visit Quiller Publishing to view their large range of equestrian and countryside books. Remember they make great gifts for any horse rider or countryside sports person or enthusiast in your life!

Black Beauty: A Modern Review

Author: Anna Sewell Review by Samantha Hobden Publication: 2019 by Palazzo Editions Limited Illustrated by Christian Birmingham Even if the […]

The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse – A Review

Author: Charlie Mackesy Reviewer: Nikki Goldup Published by Ebury Press, 2019 This week was marked with International Kindness Day, a […]

Have A Cigar! A Review

Author: Bryan Morrison Reviewer: Amanda Best  If you love music, especially the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, then you will thoroughly […]

Riding Out – A Guide To Hacking And Trekking

The good old fashioned riding school has been under immense pressure over recent years, even with a threat of extinction. […]

The Horse Riding Tourist – Near and Far

by Rachel Lofthouse A travelogue of horse-riding adventures. The Horse Riding Tourist – Near and Far is the first book […]

Sara Cox’s Till the Cows Come Home – A Review

Book Review by Becky Wren from Country Bumpkin Chic Published by Coronet Like many folk for 5 days of the […]

The Horse From Black Loch & Dream of Fair Horses by Patricia Leitch

An e-Book Review This spring, some of the best loved but out of print and rare pony books galloped into […]

Till The Cows Come Home by Sara Cox

Book Review by Kathy-Anne Vincent from Patterjack & Tweed Published by Coronet A rural childhood is like no other- whilst […]

Many Brave Fools by Susan E Conley

Book Review – Louise Broderick Published by Trafalgar Square Many Brave Fools is a strange mix. The book compares the […]

Two Brains One Aim: A Review

Author: Eric Smiley with Ellie Hughes Reviewer: Tam Thompson I was excited to be given the opportunity to review this […]

The Rider’s Balance by Sylvia Loch

A review by Emily Lloyd of EEquineUK Foreword by Charlotte Dujardin With the launch of this book in the autumn, […]

From Nags to Numbnuts by Daniel Skinner – A Review

by Samantha Hobden I think I am an ideal candidate to review this book. Why I hear you ask? Because […]

Gallop by Sue Lyon-Heap

Just after she completed her memoir Gallop, author Sue Lyon-Heap asked former BBC Equestrian Commentator Mike Tucker, if he would […]

Life On The Edge – Tristan Voorspuy’s Fatal Love of Africa

Adrian Dangar Book Review – Louise Broderick Published by Quiller, September 2018, 272 pages Apologies for the cliché but this […]

The Man Behind The Mike – A Review

by Jane Wallace Book Review – Louise Broderick Published by Quiller, September 2018, 208 pages For most equestrian sports enthusiasts […]

In The Middle Are The Horsemen by Tik Maynard

Book Review – Louise Broderick Published by Trafalgar Square, July 2018, 288 pages At first glance, this is a memoir […]

The Hitman’s Mistake – A Review

Author Sally Brandle, a horse owner and lover of books recently had her new book published The Hitman’s Mistake, (Book […]

Pony Care by Alison Pocklington – A Review

Foreword by Lucinda Green MBE Having been pony mad since the age of eight, I remember back then having my […]

Life Matters by Kathryn White – A Review

Reviewed by Vanessa Hill I was recently sent a book Life Matters by Kathryn White to read for Haynet Book […]

Motherhood Lost and Found – Ann Campanella

Review by Jacqui Broderick This heart-breaking memoir of the slow deterioration of Ann’s parents is beautifully written. Her pain, grief, […]

Stable Lass – A Review

Stable Lass by Author Gemma Hogg Being a stable lass is probably one of the hardest jobs in the country, […]

Charlotte Dujardin The Girl On The Dancing Horse – A Review

When I first received my copy of Charlotte’s book, I was so excited. Charlotte is literally Queen of Dressage to […]

Rider Biomechanics: A Review

Mary Wanless has again achieved an easy to understand book that totally demystifies some of the riding world’s deepest questions. […]

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 […]

The Power of Coaching “A Highly Recommended Book”

The Power of Coaching published by Islay Auty BA FBHS and Penny Pollard MA is a fantastic book for horse […]

How To Look Cool Whilst Learning Polo – A Review

Written by Steve Thompson Having a keen interest in all equestrian sport, I must admit polo is pretty alien to […]

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 […]

A Bed of Brambles – A Review

by Sam Russell With the follow up to A Bed of Barley Straw this second book in the Draymere Hall […]

Planet Fran by Josie King

With a head full of get-rich dreams and a business idea but no funding, Fran McBride embarks on a life-changing […]

Forever Amber by K J Dixon

When Katy Dixon, the narrator of the memoir Forever Amber, gets her first pony she doesn’t care that the pony […]

Pony For Free – A Review by Beth & Darcy

A Pony for Free by Jacqui Broderick published by Lavender and White   Available on Amazon Click HERE to buy! Haynet recently […]

Legend – A True Story

by Elizabeth Spencer Published by Forelock Books This beautifully produced hardback book, complete with its own bookmark is guaranteed to […]

The Power of Coaching: “A Highly Recommended Book”

The Power of Coaching published by Islay Auty BA FBHS and Penny Pollard MA is a fantastic book for horse […]

The Total Dog Manual – A Review

Reading and reviewing this book has been difficult. Would you like to know why? Well I have a puppy. A […]

Posture and Performance – A Review

If the word ‘anatomy’ turns you to ice then this is the book for you. A beautifully produced book; the […]

Fantastic New Equestrian Book Combines Maths Skills With Horses!

  Looking for a great educational resource for the horse crazy kid in your life? The Level 1 Horse Lover’s […]

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

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

Book Review – A Bed of Barley Straw, By Sam Russell

Well, what can I say? I was asked to review this book by Haynet and the author Sam Russell kindly […]

About Haynet

Haynet is a leading equestrian, countryside and canine blogging directory, telling your stories from the stables, kennels and to the fields. If you love living in the countryside, riding your horse, farming the fields or walking your dogs through the woods – then you will feel right at home here!

Samantha is joint judge of the Equestrian Blogger/Vlogger of the Year Award recognising talent within the industry. We are the founder of the #HorseBloggers channel, dedicated networks to share countryside related content, engaging with the blogging community. Being passionate about rural business, we work and support equestrian and countryside companies too. Haynet brings you all the views, news, podcasts and latest products from the stables to the fields which we know you will find of interest!

So grab a cuppa, kick off your wellies and enjoy reading from the countryside!


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Haynet Podcast

Do You Swing Both Ways?

Chatting A Bit with Olive & Berry

When You Have To Say Goodbye

Stand Out In Business

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