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My Winter Top Tip - Pig Oil
If you turn your horses out through winter, or they live out in muddy conditions, my top tip is PIG OIL. You may already use this, and I hope a lot of you do. Of course, if you do then you will completely agree with me, or you wouldn’t be using it. And if you don’t use it –  Go out and try it!   This is the best way to prevent mud fever, and if you have a hairy cob then it’s also great for preventing bog burnt feathers. The pig oil acts as a water repellent barrier and the mud
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Exciting News From TheraPlate UK L.I.H.S!
This year’s TheraPlate UK Liverpool International Horse Show will host the prestigious final of the new John Oates Horseboxes Eventing Grand Prix, a ‘must watch’ after the two exciting qualifiers earlier this year. The country’s leading event riders are set to travel to the M&S Bank Arena on Liverpool’s iconic waterfront to contest Captain Mark Phillips’ course of show jumps and cross-country fences at the evening performance on Sunday, 29th December. The qualifier at the Equerry Bolesworth International Horse Show in June saw a great win for Gemma Tattersall riding Santiago Bay. Jay Halim and Abrisco finished second, with long-time leader Bill
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Impulsion is power
Transcript: So I'm here in Bali and I've managed to escape the arena for a few minutes and I’ve come down to the local beach and this place is called Echo Beach and if you are into surfing the name Echo Beach will be very familiar as Echo Beach is one of the world's most famous surfing destinations and a lot of the world championships and the big events are held here. The reason I'm here today, I'm actually coming to have lunch that coconut shack there which is literally a shack made of coconut shells, but something in my lesson
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Which Hoof Treatment Is Best?
A few weeks ago, we decided to start an experiment with hoof dressings. We had seen a lot about how no topical treatments should be used on hooves and, if anything, water could be used in the dry months to keep the hoof moist. This is because great hoof growth comes from within and is dependent on a good diet, this we absolutely will not dispute! But while great hoof growth comes from within, is there anything we can do from the outside to help keep our horses’ feet healthy? We believe that the answer is yes after our experiment. We used one
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