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06 December,2018

‘Better – Not More Education’ at the 2019 International Eventing Forum!

The annual International Eventing Forum has become an essential date in the calendar of riders of all levels of skill […]

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News
26 November,2018

Winter Warmers!

Extreme winter weather calls for extreme clothing and British equestrian fashion brand, Equetech have some warm legwear all sewn up! […]

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Book Reviews
08 November,2018

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 […]

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Chatting A Bit
04 November,2018

Chatting A Bit with Horseshoe Hearts

Deep in the rural Hertfordshire countryside, farrier and artist team Barry and Faye from Horseshoe Hearts run their hand forged […]

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Book Reviews
31 October,2018

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 […]

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Chatting A Bit
29 October,2018

Chatting A Bit with Victoria Bax

Victoria Bax in an International Event Rider and experienced trainer in all disciplines, specialising also in retraining of ex-racehorses. Taking […]

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News
23 October,2018

Get ready for Winter with Apt Cavalier

UK based equestrian performance brand Apt Cavalier gets ready for the Winter training season with a double product launch. Apt […]

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Chatting A Bit
22 October,2018

Chatting A Bit with Kylie Roddy

Since working with horses from the age of sixteen, Kylie Roddy has worked hard to achieve equestrian success within her […]

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Chatting A Bit
08 September,2018

Chatting A Bit with Georgie Strang

With pony club the heart of her equestrian childhood and her GB endurance rider mother teaching her to ride, the eventing […]

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Hay Bale
29 August,2018

Beautiful Bonny Blair and The Royal Highland Show

Last weekend, I flew up to Scotland for a second time this year to visit Blair Castle International Horse Trials after visiting […]

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Book Reviews
28 August,2018

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 […]

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News
28 August,2018

MDIRF: Thieves Take Off With Charities’ Transport & Burghley Stock

The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund had their White Chausson Flash09 Camper Van (similar to this picture) REG: WA 57 […]

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Haynet is the host of the Countryside Blogger of the Year Award celebrating top class bloggers within the industry. Samantha is also joint judge of the Equestrian Blogger/Vlogger of the Year Award. We are the founder of the #HorseBloggers and #RuralBloggers 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!

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