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23 September, 2017

Visiting New York City’s last horse stables by Nathan Kensinger

It wasn’t all that long ago that transportation in New York City meant horses. Coaches, carriages, trolleys, omnibuses—all were dependent […]

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Friends
23 September, 2017

How To Nip Napping In The Bud

by K A Equestrian Over the years, so many of my coaching clients have struggled with napping in one form […]

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Guest
23 September, 2017

Where To Spend Your Money On Riding Wear And What To Avoid

I wonder if we went back in time thirty or so years ago and had a look at a tack […]

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Blog
23 September, 2017

Why You Don’t Need to Panic When Your Horse “Falls Apart” During Your Ride

by Horse Listening And I’m not talking about the panic you might feel emotionally, or even mentally (that’s a subject […]

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Guest
22 September, 2017

The Question Of Getting On

The lad that competes my young ISH always amazes me with his ability to leap up on him from the […]

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News
22 September, 2017

Haynets Newsletter

It’s Friday and that means our latest Newsletter is out. Come and catch up what has been in the blogging […]

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Hay Bale
21 September, 2017

The Finn Horse, A Breed Close To My Heart

Being half Finnish and having the equine bug, I have become very interested in the horses that are popular in […]

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Product Reviews
21 September, 2017

Stretch Tec Girth new favourite for Neptune: A Review

by Alison Kenward I was asked by Haynet to review Total Saddle Fit’s new girth the Stretch Tec Shoulder Relief […]

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Hay Bale
20 September, 2017

All Worked Up – Dealing With Sensitive Horses

I sometimes wonder whether my horse has a split personality, very sunshine and showers. Luckily the sunshine comes through most […]

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News
20 September, 2017

Owners urged to safeguard their horses’ futures by including them in their will

A leading British equine charity is calling on owners to ensure they make provision for their horses in their wills […]

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