Telling your storiesfrom the stables to the fields

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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Business Showcase
27 November,2017

Business Showcase: Introducing Bequestrian

A big thank you to Sam at Haynet for having us on the blog! Bequestrian was formed early in 2016. […]

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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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Guest
23 November,2017

No Foot, No Horse

 ‘Establish a routine of picking out his feet each morning and evening,’ Nothing rings truer than the old saying ‘No […]

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Friends
20 November,2017

Challenge Your Riding by Alison Kenward

Lots of excitement for me this month with Neptune and I finding an even stronger bond, a short stay in […]

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Book Reviews
19 November,2017

Rider Biomechanics: A Review

Mary Wanless has again achieved an easy to understand book that totally demystifies some of the riding world’s deepest questions. […]

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Guest
18 November,2017

Testing Times: Riding The Perfect Dressage Test

Dressage, much maligned as ballet on horseback for those too scared to jump, is actually an essential part of training. […]

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News
17 November,2017

This weeks latest Haynet news!

Come and have a read of the latest news and posts 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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