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09 October, 2017

Arrive Alive – Towing A Trailer

Imagine if someone suggested that you stood blindfold in a container while they swung it from side to side and […]

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Product Reviews
08 October, 2017

Making Your Horse Into A 3D Memory

We all love our horses and ponies dearly. They find a big part of your heart and never leave. With […]

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Book Reviews
08 October, 2017

How To Look Cool Whilst Learning Polo – A Review

Written by Steve Thompson Having a keen interest in all equestrian sport, I must admit polo is pretty alien to […]

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08 October, 2017

Hunting Ambitions With Scarlet Back On Form (Fuelled By Brandy) by Laura Paine

I’ve wrestled the blogging hat away from Mum this month, to yak on a bit more about my beloved, my […]

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08 October, 2017

A Muddy Cure

Mud fever, greasy heel, dew poisoning, pastern dermatitis or whatever you choose to call it, I hate it and my horse really hates […]

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08 October, 2017

Riding Through The Concrete Jungle With The Urban Equestrian Academy

If you think horse riding is purely enjoyed through the rural counties of the UK, then think again. The Urban […]

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07 October, 2017

Dyslexia in the equestrian sector by Anne Clarke

It’s dyslexia week this week. So I wanted to celebrate my own dyslexia in this blog and help remove any […]

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06 October, 2017

Mixed Farmer awarded the top trophy at Farmers Weekly Awards

The thirteenth annual Farmers Weekly Awards took place last night at the prestigious Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane London with […]

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06 October, 2017

This Weeks Latest Haynet News!

Come and have a read of all the super posts that have been on Haynet this week and posted and […]

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05 October, 2017

Reflecting on the meaning of marks and the quest for good results

by Alison Kenward I’m enjoying Autumn especially the colours of the trees and the contrasting skies. September has gone too […]

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Fearless XC – Mastering Ditches

Autumn Feels, Have You Hurd? – Darling Country Way

CSI1* AUVERS – Sarah Lewis Showjumping

Eight Sheep and a Pony – The Dogs of Greenhill Farm

5 Top Tips in Looking After Leather

In The Ribbons: Dressage Diva Motivation – Adventures in Ginger Ponyland