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Guest
06 November,2017

Too Old – Never!

I was in my thirties and pretty under-active.  I was scared of water and scared of heights into the bargain, […]

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Friends
02 November,2017

Chestnut Mares Beware! by Karen McConnell from KA Equestrian

‘Feisty’ ‘Stubborn’ ‘Difficult’ ‘Angry’ ‘Unwilling’ ‘Beautiful but deadly’… …Just some of the words used by a selection of my followers […]

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Guest
27 October,2017

Get On With It! How To Keep Yourself Motivated To Ride

I’d love to ride today – but I don’t have the time. Just looking at that sentence saddens me. What […]

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Business Showcase
27 October,2017

Beautiful Business by Inkpot & Press

Your local Artisan Baker, a creative Garden Designer, an inspirational Festival Organiser or the seller of beautiful things, there are […]

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Business Showcase
26 October,2017

It Takes A Village…. by Inkpot & Press

Having told my husband “no more horses” just a matter of days before I was offered the chance of a […]

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Guest
25 October,2017

Advantages and Challenges of Haylage

By Professor Meriel Moore-Colyer, Dean of the School of Equine Management and Science at the Royal Agricultural College.   With […]

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Business Showcase
24 October,2017

What Do I Look For In A Sponsored Rider by Inkpot & Press

#NobleRiders – what do I look for? Choosing the right rider to represent a brand is tricky… Are they a […]

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Guest
21 October,2017

Police Horses

If a horse could have a mission statement it would be ‘Act first, think later.’ Riding a fresh horse down […]

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Guest
19 October,2017

Handling a Foal

Early handling of the foal is essential to produce a well mannered horse. Time spent getting the foal used to […]

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Guest
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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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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