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Powering Your Horsebox - Lithium-Iron vs Lead Power
With all the modern amenities that come installed in horseboxes today, we’re used to traveling in the style to which we’ve become accustomed. From kettles and toasters to cookers and fridges, we’re never too far away from our home comforts. But what does that mean for us in terms of powering all this on the road? As it stands, the majority of horsebox batteries available on the market are standard lead acid batteries, which, as we all know, are slow to charge, require charging frequently and deteriorate rapidly. Should we really be dictated to in this way, in this day and
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Meet The Latest Member Of Our Content Team, Lily Chandler!
Hello! My name is Lily Chandler and I’m an 18 year old equestrian from the South East of England. Unlike a lot of people I know, I didn’t grow up around horses, nor have a horsey family. My mother put me and my sister in riding lessons when I was 5 and she was 16; she hated it, I loved it. I started in a local riding school, cried when I had my first fall, got back on, fell off again, got back on again. That pattern hasn’t yet changed, now 13 years down the line. At age 7 I got my
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Rising Trot Tutorial With Sarah Williams
Here's a quick tutorial on the movement of the connection, with the horse and the rider working together. So, as you can see, today I am talking about the rising trot. I’m trying to demonstrate how you need to bend and straighten your elbows in the rising trot as you go forwards, up and down! So, as your knees bend and straighten, your elbows need to bend and straighten together; they work in unison to stabilise the contact so the horse can go forwards into a steady bit, in a steady rein. You are seeing Amo right from the beginning, so he
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Powering Your Horsebox - Lithium-Iron vs Lead Power
With all the modern amenities that come installed in horseboxes today, we’re used to traveling in the style to which we’ve become accustomed. From kettles and toasters to cookers and fridges, we’re never too far away from our home comforts. But what does that mean for us in terms of powering all this on the road? As it stands, the majority of horsebox batteries available on the market are standard lead acid batteries, which, as we all know, are slow to charge, require charging frequently and deteriorate rapidly. Should we really be dictated to in this way, in this day and
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