Telling your storiesfrom the stables to the fields

Hay Bale
16 December,2017

My Stable Routine – Where To Save Time and Money!

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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Guest
14 December,2017

‘Tis the season of fresh horses…

Christmas in the countryside: drinking spiced mulled wine next to roaring pub fires. Walking through frosty fields, glittering and glistening […]

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Friends
13 December,2017

Sugar Cubes Good or Bad?

Treats to give your horse this Christmas without all the sugar! We all love treats once in a while right? […]

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Hay Bale
12 December,2017

Start Writing Your Horses Story

I imagine you have come across in the social media, websites and equestrian magazines celebrity and well known riders writing […]

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News
01 December,2017

Check Out The Latest Haynet Newsletter

Here is this week’s latest newsletter highlighting the best blog posts and news this week on Haynet! Click HERE to […]

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News
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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Guest
28 November,2017

Naughty or struggling? Can you tell the difference?

Our horses rarely wake up in the morning, and think “today I will be really naughty…today I will only canter […]

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Friends
27 November,2017

Qualification for BD Winter Regionals 2018 by Alison Kenward

The last 7 days have been a whirlwind. I fell off Neptune,  aggravated a lower back strain and lost a […]

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Hay Bale
26 November,2017

Marengo: Napoleons Courageous Mount

Marengo (1793–1831) was the famous war mount of Napoleon I of France. Marengo, a grey Arab was believed to have been bred […]

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Friends
26 November,2017

Little Alf Wins NEW YORK Literary Award

This week has been a pretty busy one for me and Alfie! On Monday we found out that we had […]

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Friends
26 November,2017

Helping Those Over Confidence Hurdles by Teri Warner

I thought I have been doing a lot of thinking recently, so why not share it on my blog…. Everything […]

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News
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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