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Book Reviews
12 September, 2017

Pony For Free – A Review by Beth & Darcy

A Pony for Free by Jacqui Broderick published by Lavender and White   Available on Amazon Click HERE to buy! Haynet recently […]

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Guest
12 September, 2017

The Perfect Trot

Ask any rider which pace they use most and the chances are they’ll say trot. Yet ask a dressage judge […]

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Guest
12 September, 2017

Riding Side-Saddle

by Diana Kimpton Many years ago, the fashion for long skirts caused problems for ladies who wanted to ride. Sitting […]

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News
12 September, 2017

Unique horses raise funds for terminally ill patients

A herd of horses are helping to raise money for terminally ill people. The collection of 24 unique horse sculptures […]

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Business Showcase
12 September, 2017

Business Showcase: Introducing Apt Cavalier

Please allow me to introduce Apt Cavalier, the new Equestrian Performance Brand which oozes innovation, comfort and quality.Our introductory collection […]

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Friends
12 September, 2017

Why We Need To Listen To Our Horses By Karen McConnell from KA Equestrian

I hear it all the time, “She’s so naughty!”, “He hates dressage!”, “She’s just being a little b***h” “Can you […]

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Guest
10 September, 2017

Fearless cross country: Mastering ditches

Ditches are daunting – there is no doubt about it. A dark, looming hole at the front or beneath a […]

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Book Reviews
10 September, 2017

Legend – A True Story

Legend – A True Story by Elizabeth Spencer Published by Forelock Books This beautifully produced hardback book, complete with its […]

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Product Reviews
10 September, 2017

Equimins Plaiting Spray – A Review

by Faith Jolleys Equestrian With the NSEA Intermediate SJ Finals at Royal Windsor on the competition schedule, it was a […]

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Hay Bale
10 September, 2017

Perhaps Think Twice Before You Type

With Twitter trolls, Facebook fiends and forum nasties, social media can sometimes revert to being back in the school playground!  […]

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Friends
10 September, 2017

The Right Start – Accepting A Rider by KA Equestrian

The whole process of educating young horses is an exciting and rewarding experience, but for most owners, one of the […]

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Guest
10 September, 2017

How To Rehabilitate Your Horse After Injury

When your horse sustains an injury of any severity, it is vital to ensure they have been properly rehabilitated. Like […]

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Haynet is also the host of the Country Style and Equestrian Blogger of the Year Award celebrating top class bloggers within the industry. We also promote the hashtag #HorseBloggers with a dedicated Twitter channel to share equestrian related content, engaging with the rural blogging community. Together with a #HorseBloggers Meet Up Group on Facebook encouraging this blogging community, our aim is to raise the profile of equestrian blogging. 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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