Telling your storiesfrom the stables to the fields

Hay Bale
17 April,2018

Bridleways – Use Them or Lose Them!

With our roads and lanes becoming as busy as the streets of Monaco, it’s no wonder us horse riders hanker […]

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14 April,2018

The One and Only Red Rum

As a child, I remember sitting with my dad looking through the newspaper picking a horse in the Grand National. […]

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13 April,2018

Helping Your Veteran Horse Get Over The Winter

With spring definitely getting a grip now, worn out horse owners can take a little respite from the hard work […]

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11 April,2018

Trailer Checks Every Horse Owner Should Make Before Travelling

Spring is finally here and perhaps you and your horse have had some winter rest, meaning your horse trailer has […]

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News
26 March,2018

Why Should You Consider Using A Coach For Your Rural Or Equestrian Business?

In our latest podcast, Rhea Freeman discusses why you should consider using a coach for your rural or equestrian business. […]

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Hay Bale
22 March,2018

Saying Goodbye To The Horse Behind Haynet – The Lovely Zeb

It’s been a very difficult week, so apologies for not my normal Haynet newsletter. I have lost my lovely Zeb this […]

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Hay Bale
03 March,2018

On The Bit

Quote ‘on the bit’ is not solely about the horse’s head position ‘On the bit’ is a term that is heard […]

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Hay Bale
17 February,2018

#5Photos1Day HorseBloggers Challenge

Setting up challenges in the #HorseBloggers Meet Up group on Facebook has really happened by accident! Last month within the […]

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Hay Bale
25 January,2018

Five Things You Need To Get You Through Winter With Horses

1 Sense of Humour This is the only thing that will get you through winter when owning horses. If you […]

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Hay Bale
22 January,2018

The Fantastic Fjord Horse

The Fjord horse is an ancient breed with a distinct appearance. Originating from Norway, this horse differs from other breeds […]

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News
18 January,2018

Steam for success

Forage makes up the largest proportion of fibre in the horse’s diet and is an essential part of their nutrition. […]

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Friends
08 January,2018

How To Handle Competition Nerves

We’ve all been there – you’ve worked hard towards a particular event or competition, put the hours of practice in, […]

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About Haynet

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. Together with a #HorseBloggers Meet Up Group on Facebook encouraging this blogging community, our aim is to raise the profile of equestrian blogging. Together with working with equestrian and rural companies, Haynet brings you all the views, news and latest products that you will find of interest.

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

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