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18 October,2017

Don’t Over Think: Overcoming Horse Riding Nerves

The older I get the harder it becomes to control my nerves – while I’m not afraid of riding – […]

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Hay Bale
15 October,2017

How To Grow Your Equestrian Business Using Social Media & Blogging

Love it or loathe it the internet is here to stay, with trends changing every year in the technical world and […]

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News
13 October,2017

This week’s latest edition of Haynet News

Come and take a read of the latest posts and news in this week’s Newsletter! Click HERE to Haynet News.

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Friends
12 October,2017

A letter to my younger self and 7 tips I’d share by Anne Clarke

Is it because I am turning 40 next year? Or that I am preparing to be a mother to a […]

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Hay Bale
10 October,2017

Team With Tweed This Autumn

With autumn leaves falling and the countryside giving us it’s orangey glow, summer shorts and flip flops are now being […]

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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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Guest
02 October,2017

Is It A Monster? Dealing With Spooky Horses

The only horse that is 100% bomb proof is one that is dead! Otherwise there is a spook in there […]

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Book Reviews
30 September,2017

Heart to Heart with Horses – An Equine Lover’s Guide to Reiki

The author, Kathleen Prasad is a very well respected Reiki Master and the co-founder & president of the Shelter Animal […]

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Guest
28 September,2017

9 equestrian podcasts you should be listening to

by Equestrian Creative Network I’ve recently seen an increase in the number of high profile, professionally-produced podcasts aimed at equestrian […]

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Guest
28 September,2017

Safety Tips When Horse Riding On The Road

Whether you’re riding on a main road or a country lane, horses and their riders are amongst the most vulnerable […]

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CSI1* AUVERS – Sarah Lewis Showjumping

Eight Sheep and a Pony – The Dogs of Greenhill Farm

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