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Dance the Racehorse Gives us a Christmas Update!

Hello! Can you believe it’s nearly Christmas?! I haven’t even started my present shopping yet, though I am considering not buying Ben anything as he keeps not turning me out on account of the ‘mud’ – unbelievable! We have been getting in the Festive mood here, with the yard Christmas party last w...
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Horses Of The Week - Farmer and Grey Boy.

farmer-12This is ‘Cumbrian Farmer’, a nine-year-old Thoroughbred and has been owned by Shona Murdoch since May 2016. Shona explains: “Farmer was last raced on 28th April 2016, and was a National Hunt horse. But now, he regularly competes in unaffiliated show jumping, dressage and arena eventing, for farmer-2all of w...

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Horse Of The Week - Darwin.

darwin-3This is Darwin, our new Horse Of The Week. He is a 12-year-old Irish Draft cross Thoroughbred standing at 16.1hh. Zoe Linington has owned him for 3 years, and explains: “Darwin is a true all-rounder, we do a bit of dressage up to novice level, jumping, Trec, horse agility, hacking, and pleasure ride...
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Help Your Horse to Breathe Clearly.

Horses that spend so much time in the stable have greater exposure to challenging particles, generated by forage, bedding, dried mud, and scurfy coats. These particles are inhaled, and in a healthy environment they will be istock_000009943540_mediumtrapped by cilia and mucous in the upper respiratory tract, and removed. If t...

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Horse Of The Week - Simmy.

simmy-2Our new Horse Of The Week is Simmy, an 18-year-old Welsh Section B pony who belongs to Andrea Nicholson. Andrea told us: “Desarbre Scimtar (Simmy) came to mesimmy-5 on loan to cover 2 of my mares seven years ago. He was due to return to his owner in France the following February. During that year, he total...

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Happy horse, happy owner - keeping you and your horse content over winter!

Winter often means that horses are confined to their stables for longer than usual, and in periods of bad weather, some horses may have to be stabled for days on end. While some horses don’t seem to mind living in, for other horses it can be very hard to adjust to 24 hour stabling, and they can bec...

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