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    Article05-04-2019
    March recap! March has been a bit of a crazy month, following the theme of 2019! We have been completely booked up so far which has been brilliant and exhausting! We still had lovely Ronnie, for the beginning of March, to train him out of leaping every time he hacked and also to show him a little more of the world! This included taking him for some super jumping hacks and taking h...

    ArticleHow to - Saddles04-04-2019
    Hi, I'm Ken Lyndon-Dykes from Saddleworld. We will be looking at saddles today and various fittings but before we think about that, why do you need your saddle checked and what effect is it going to have on your horse? Now all of us have seen horses where you go into a stable, with a saddle in your arms and it runs to the back of the stable because it’s thinking ‘oh b...

    ArticleHow to - Saddles02-04-2019
    Hi, I’m Ken Lyndon-Dykes from Saddleworld and today we are looking at jumping saddles, some of which will be close contact which are much favoured nowadays and others that are semi-close contact. What do we mean by that? Well, first of all, if we are to look at perhaps one of the most famous jumping saddles in the world which is the Nelson Pessoa saddle. This has a thin panel...

    Article01-04-2019
    Haygain, the leading horse health innovation company, examine the effect of airborne fungi particles on the health of the competition horse, and examine the ways owners can limit their presence in the stable environment. If you are producing a horse or pony for competition then you will be well aware how much attention to detail is needed to ensure they are as healthy, happy and fit as poss...

    ArticleReviews29-03-2019
    Hi, Edward Chitty here, Horsemart Brand ambassador and this time I have partnered up with AXIWI Communications to provide a review about their communication system, I have had this product for a while now and have been pleased with each aspect, it is not only very practical in windy conditions, it’s also really portable, allowing me to bring it wherever I teach. The ch...

    Article25-03-2019
    Author: Ashleigh Sanderson is a riding coach who travels internationally full time.  Part coach, part nomad, part thrill seeker, always looking for new ways to explain the principles of ethical, logical and horse friendly riding and horse care.  Her website is www.kudaguru.com, coming from the Malay and Indonesian languages and so reflecting the amount of time she spends in Asia....

    ArticleHow to - Saddles21-03-2019
    My name's Robert Lemieux. These are my pads the I have designed. They're Australian Merino lambskin. The great features of Merino lambskin are, the old Horseman used to say, they wick away the sweat and there's nothing better for a horse’s back than good old lambskin. The fibres hold 40 times their own weight in moisture. So of course, they keep the back very dry an...

    ArticleHow to - Saddles20-03-2019
    Hi, I'm Ken Lyndon-Dykes from Saddleworld. I've been asked to come and check a pony called Rio and it's Jane’s daughter, Chloe, who rides this pony. I've been told it's been very difficult to fit. So let's have a look to see what we think. Hi Jane, looking very pink today. How old is Rio? ‘Shes 11’ I do a lot of ponies and they often a...

    Avoiding Common Mistakes As A New Livery Yard Owner by Cheryl Johns, Founder of LiveryList Taking on an established yard with established clients can be a great way of entering the livery yard ‘market’, whilst others start afresh with a brand-new yard and a brand-new business. Either way, running a livery yard isn’t just about the horses, but more importantly about ...

    ArticleHow to - Saddles15-03-2019
    Hi, I'm Abby from the Tallan School of equitation and I'm going to show you a couple of different types of numnahs and saddle pads. Okay. First of all, here, we have quite a basic commonly used saddle cloth. It's quite nicely padded. This is for general use, with the cut of it, It's quite long this way so you could use it for either dressage or jumping. It's n...

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