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Inclusivity In The Equine World

Inclusivity In The Equine World

Imagine a world where everyone is welcome... Believe it or not it exists, and you are already part of it. From those who compete at top level to those who prefer to keep their feet firmly on the ground and admire from a safe distance, horses have a positive impact on...

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Team EcoGreen Update: Nicola O’Connor

Team EcoGreen Update: Nicola O’Connor

Me and my goals Since I was younger I always dreamt that one day I might ride at The Mitsubishi Motors Cup at Badminton, Gloucestershire. So that became my goal, having an end goal helped me determine my micro goals. These are anything that will help me take a step...

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Preventing Laminitis In Horses

Preventing Laminitis In Horses

Healthy Hooves: Lessening the Risk of Laminitis Unfortunately, Laminitis is a fairly common condition meaning preventing laminitis in horses is important in their day to day care. Once a horse or pony has had a bout of laminitis, they become more prone to subsequent...

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Preventing Dehydration In Horses

Preventing Dehydration In Horses

Preventing Dehydration In Horses This Summer.Dehydration in horsesAlthough British weather remains as unpredictable as ever, we can be sure that regardless of the sunshine or summer showers the temperatures are still likely to be relatively warm. It is more important...

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Summer Fly Protection For Horses

Summer Fly Protection For Horses

Finding the right summer fly protection for horses can seem like an impossible task. We find it is often best to use a combination of methods for the most effective results.   Tackling Flies From The Inside OutThere are a range of supplements available, such as...

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The Truth About Polyester

The Truth About Polyester

I love it when I see other brands on social media that are being a bit more eco conscious with their products. I’m always on the lookout for new things that meet our ethos, so I was somewhat disappointed when I went looking for leggings from a company, I had seen on...

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Eco Friendly Dog Toys

Eco Friendly Dog Toys

The joys of owning a high energy hound? Dogs with endless energy are an absolute joy to have around, but if their energy is not appropriately channelled, they can quickly become boisterous and badly behaved. Thankfully, there is an enormous range of eco friendly dog...

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How To Stop People Feeding Your Horse

How To Stop People Feeding Your Horse

How to ward off the dangers of wandering walkers. Often, without meaning to, walkers pose one of the biggest welfare threats to our horses. Their compulsion to offer treats and titbits over the fence can have terrible and tragic consequences. Knowing how to stop...

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Horse First Aid Kit – What to Include

Horse First Aid Kit – What to Include

By nature, horses are totally unpredictable and, as owners, we have come to expect the unexpected. We have all been there, we either arrive at the yard or receive a phone call telling us our ponies have managed to get themselves in a pickle… again! Cue the mad dash to...

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Horse Gut Health

Horse Gut Health

Let’s talk about the ‘C’ word! Horse gut health needs to be taken seriously... What is it about Colic that strikes fear into any horse owners' heart? Perfect normality one day and then... Bam! An emotional rollercoaster like no other ensues as we gather our wits and...

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Raving About Rosehips

Raving About Rosehips

Well, we’ve made it through the darkest, dankest part of Winter and signs of Spring are beginning to peep out from beneath the blankets of frost and snow. It’ll not be long before we see lambs frolicking in the fields as we ride out and we start to think about...

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Heat Therapy For Horses

Heat Therapy For Horses

Tale as old as time... The healing powers of heat therapy for horses Did you know, the Greeks and Egyptians were hot on the trail of the magical powers of heat therapy many moons ago, dating way back thousands of years to 500 B.C. A little more recently, we can look...

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How To Treat Mud Fever

How To Treat Mud Fever

Help! My horse has mud fever, what shall I do?  First of all, do not panic, despite our best efforts to keep legs clean and dry, sometimes the inevitable happens! Read below on how to treat mud fever with our specialised products designed to keep your horse...

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How To Prevent Mud Fever

How To Prevent Mud Fever

Despite the chaos and confusion of our current world, there are still some things we can depend on to arrive regularly as clockwork. Wetter weather, for one thing, bringing with it the misery of mud! The weather has cooled over the last few weeks; nights are drawing...

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Sun Protection For Horses

Sun Protection For Horses

We've had a few scorching hot weeks recently, with the sun shining down relentlessly making even the most simple of yard chores exhausting. This is why in this blog post we aim to give some great advice on providing sun protection for horses. Whilst it has been...

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Let’s Talk About Ticks

Let’s Talk About Ticks

With it being tick season, which is generally from March - November, we thought it perfect timing to share some handy facts and information about the pests that pose a threat to our favourite four legged friends.What are ticks? Ticks are very small, are closely...

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Fly Repellents – What Are They All About?

Fly Repellents – What Are They All About?

With all this glorious weather we have been having recently it has meant we are talking about flies and midges and what we can to do to combat them. There are so many fly sprays, wax, roll ons, gels etc on the market that it can be hard to work out what will work best...

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Spring To Summer Grooming

Spring To Summer Grooming

As we're in the middle of Spring and thinking about moving into Summer, our horses and ponies are shedding their Winter coats and may be feeling a little itchy. If you can do so right now, it's the perfect time to spend grooming and cleaning. Horses and ponies...

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A Response To Coronavirus

A Response To Coronavirus

The government has recommended washing your hands frequently with soap, antibacterial handwash or by using a hand sanitiser to keep yourself safe. This can however cause your skin to become dry, cracked, sore and can cause eczema. Why do your hands feel dry after...

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