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Guest
12 March,2019

What to look for when finding a new instructor

Finding a new instructor is a big deal, and it’s not a commitment to take lightly. As with horses themselves, […]

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Guest
05 March,2019

A Double Barrel Month by Steffi de Bootman

With equine flu it seems all around, Laura Rose and I decided that as much as we wanted to go […]

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Guest
27 February,2019

Chatting A Bit with Emma Lander

Emma Lander is not your typical farmers wife. A journalist who has a love for pink, glitter, make up and […]

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Book Reviews
26 February,2019

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 […]

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Guest
20 February,2019

Ah Spring!

I just love Spring, and its nearly here! You can feel it in the air, despite the cold, that the […]

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Guest
20 February,2019

Chatting A Bit With Shann Jones

Deep in the countryside of South West Wales is a small goats milk dairy which is the home of The […]

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Guest
13 February,2019

Straighten Up

We all know how hard it is to ride a horse that is stiff, unbalanced, crooked or weak, but have […]

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Terriers & Finns
30 January,2019

When You Have To Say Goodbye…

Isn’t saying goodbye to those you love one of the hardest things? That can be from not seeing them for […]

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Guest
23 January,2019

Don’t Lose It, Move It!

by Lorraine Jennings Fed up with hearing “He’s falling out” or “You’ve lost the shoulder”? Don’t worry. Most riders hear […]

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Hay Bale
14 January,2019

Top Five Country Shows To Visit In 2019

With spring arriving in the next few months, attention turns to day trips or weekends away making the most of […]

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Hay Bale
01 January,2019

5 Top Tips To Achieve Your Equestrian Goals

With a New Year and resolutions being made, it’s the time of year when we reflect back on what needs […]

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News
27 December,2018

#RuralBloggers Supporting Rural Content and Small Businesses

With 2019 arriving very shortly, a new year always brings positive resolutions or working out solutions through challenges. Last autumn, […]

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Hay Bale
12 December,2018

Olympia Horse Show: A Very Christmas Tradition

As traditional as mince pies and mistletoe, Olympia The London International Horse Show is a very Christmas heritage. If you […]

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Haynet is a leading equestrian and countryside blogging directory, telling your stories from the stables 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!

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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