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Inglorious mud

by Naomi Barrett Sadly, with the buckets of rain we’ve had lashing down on us in recent weeks, many once read more…

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Equine Metabolic Syndrome

by Tori Jordan BA VetMB MRCVS Out of every ten cases of laminitis, recent research has indicated that nine of read more…

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The rider’s position

In dressage we spend a lot of time talking about things we expect of the horse, movements we have to read more…

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Asymmetry – how it affects Soundness

Symmetrical horses are more likely to be balanced. If a horse literally has a leg at each corner, is symmetrical read more…

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Choke

by Naomi Barrett It can be extremely alarming to find your horse coughing and gagging with food material and saliva read more…

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Does your dressage get lost in translation?

Cheryl Hammerson BHSAI Regd Bsc Hons, Freelance Dressage Trainer Understanding and using a simple aiding system to communicate with your horse read more…

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Horse Behaviour – Travelling

by Ali Gillard Chew BSc(Hons) MEqS DipCABC BHSIntSM Most people who have horses will, at some point, experience problems with read more…

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Alternative Therapies and how they can help your horse

Today’s horse owners are now spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing effective ways of treating and helping their read more…