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Guest
06 November,2017

Too Old – Never!

I was in my thirties and pretty under-active.  I was scared of water and scared of heights into the bargain, […]

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Guest
27 October,2017

Get On With It! How To Keep Yourself Motivated To Ride

I’d love to ride today – but I don’t have the time. Just looking at that sentence saddens me. What […]

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Business Showcase
27 October,2017

Beautiful Business by Inkpot & Press

Your local Artisan Baker, a creative Garden Designer, an inspirational Festival Organiser or the seller of beautiful things, there are […]

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Business Showcase
26 October,2017

It Takes A Village…. by Inkpot & Press

Having told my husband “no more horses” just a matter of days before I was offered the chance of a […]

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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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Business Showcase
24 October,2017

What Do I Look For In A Sponsored Rider by Inkpot & Press

#NobleRiders – what do I look for? Choosing the right rider to represent a brand is tricky… Are they a […]

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Guest
21 October,2017

Police Horses

If a horse could have a mission statement it would be ‘Act first, think later.’ Riding a fresh horse down […]

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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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Guest
18 October,2017

Don’t Over Think: Overcoming Horse Riding Nerves

The older I get the harder it becomes to control my nerves – while I’m not afraid of riding – […]

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News
13 October,2017

This week’s latest edition of Haynet News

Come and take a read of the latest posts and news in this week’s Newsletter! Click HERE to Haynet News.

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Hay Bale
10 October,2017

Team With Tweed This Autumn

With autumn leaves falling and the countryside giving us it’s orangey glow, summer shorts and flip flops are now being […]

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Guest
02 October,2017

Is It A Monster? Dealing With Spooky Horses

The only horse that is 100% bomb proof is one that is dead! Otherwise there is a spook in there […]

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