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23 May,2018

The Biochemistry of Itch

Imagine my joy when I arrived to ride my horse last summer and was confronted with this!  I had recently […]

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30 November,2017

Haygain bringing out the best in British equestrian industry

Haygain is certainly not horsing around! Founded in England in 2008, and having gone through a significant revamp in 2016, […]

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29 November,2017

The Nine Points Of Saddle Fitting To Keep Your Horse And You Happy

If your horse has had any time off you will need to ensure that the saddle is fitted properly to […]

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25 November,2017

Top vet identifies ‘naughty’ behaviours that might show your horse is lame

A project to develop a guide to help owners, trainers and vets identify lameness through a horse’s behaviour and facial […]

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24 November,2017

This Weeks Latest News and Chat on Haynet

Come and catch up with all the news, posts, tweets and chats on Haynet this week! Click HERE to read […]

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Hay Bale
17 November,2017

Sarcoids: The Skin Nasty

Just the mention of the word Sarcoids will tip any horse owner over the edge in fear of these scaly, […]

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16 November,2017

Lack of selenium might be behind crib-biting in horses, research suggests

Crib-biting in horses might be related to a lack of trace element selenium in their diets, fresh research suggests. The […]

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15 November,2017

Grooms on the edge as equestrian industry bullying revealed

Workplace bullying, stress and mental health issues are rife in the equestrian industry, a survey revealing the extent of problems […]

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Hay Bale
10 November,2017

Gentle Giants: The Shire Horse

I have only come across a few Shire horses in my time, but I absolutely love them. My father-in-law used […]

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09 November,2017

Equine Post-Trauma Care Needs A Radical Rethink

Two to six weeks is the ‘Golden Time’ after a traumatic incident such as a transportation accident when a horse […]

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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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Hay Bale
05 November,2017

Trotting Towards Horse Ownership

Throughout the month of August, I posted through the #HorseBloggers channel a top tip every day in keeping topics flowing when it […]

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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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