Six top tips for horse show preparation, from learning the rules to compiling a checklist. Learn them, remember them and they will help ensure your first or your next horse show goes exactly to plan.
As Spring approaches consider the effect of rich Spring grass on your horse or pony, particularly if it suffers from or is prone to health issues. Consider the benefit of those sweet sugars after a winter of hay but also the effects on turnout, laminitis, colic and of those frosty mornings.
RESPONSIBLE WORMING – MINIMISING CHEMICAL USE. A targeted worm control programme is better for your horse or pony. It’s better for our pasture and your paddock and it benefits the environment. It keeps your horse healthy and it’s usually more cost effective too.
Wishing A Very Merry Christmas to all our livery clients, our suppliers, our staff and all their friends and families. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2020.