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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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Friends
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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News
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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Friends
04 October,2017

A Gentle Note From Your Livery Yard Owner

by Karen McConnell Dear Lovely Liveries, Golden leaves crunching under foot, cool but clear autumnal days, smartly clipped horses, a […]

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04 October,2017

Planning Hoops And Hurdles Finally Equals A Shiny New Arena by Teri Warner

It’s been all systems go at Merrywood farm, we have been working hard to keep moving forward and building our […]

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27 September,2017

A Tribute To Tootsie – My Much Missed Mare

by Susie Lyon-Heap Hello to a new home for Haynet, and I start this post with a sad goodbye, although […]

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Guest
25 September,2017

Is The Equestrian Industry In Better Shape Than Five Years Ago? #1 Podcast

by Rhea Freeman Haynet has launched a new series of podcasts which we hope will be a learning tool for […]

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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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18 September,2017

Working with illustrators… by Hannah Russell

Book covers are incredibly important they are there to capture your audiences and to engage people into your story, one […]

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Business Showcase
15 September,2017

What does the name Apt Cavalier stand for?

Starting a business is a chaotic, terrifying and wonderful experience. I first started working on the designs around a year […]

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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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Haynet is a leading equestrian and countryside blogging directory, telling your stories from the stables to the fields. If you love living in the countryside, riding your horse, farming the fields or walking your dogs through the woods – then you will feel right at home here!

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.

So grab a cuppa, kick off your wellies and enjoy reading from the countryside!

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Posts from the Stables and the Fields

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5 Year Blogiversary! by Roosa Rantanen