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Rugging for winter – is it so necessary? 

As winter approaches horse owners in UK will be digging out rugs. Ready to keep their charges warm as temperatures drop. At the same time, those changes in day length will have triggered the [...]

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Brand new and beautiful grooming brushes from Hooves & Love

Luxury equestrian gifting company Hooves & Love is delighted to announce the latest addition to its range of hand-packaged gift boxes for horse lovers. A collection of beautiful brushes and [...]

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The grooming accessory you just need in your life

Grooming is a wonderful way to bond with your horse. It can help you build that all-important partnership and trust with them. But equally you don’t want to spend hours scrubbing at your horse [...]

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10 reasons you need the Epona Tiger’s Tongue Horse Groomer in your life

The Epona Tiger’s Tongue Horse Groomer is a truly amazing multi-purpose grooming tool with a wide range of benefits. But where can you find such a magical piece of grooming kit? TRI Equestrian is [...]

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Haygain examine the role of fungi on respiratory disease in the competition horse

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 [...]

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The membership programme that can save you money & have you covered at all times

I’ve shared on social media recently how much I’m looking forward to getting my darling horse Ollie going again after his winter holiday. Giving him time off was a decision made when life got [...]

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Landmark study finds feeding Haygain steamed hay reduces the odds of Inflammatory Airway Disease by 65%

The breakthrough research found that horses with fungal elements in their airways have a 2.1 times greater chance of having Inflammatory Airway Disease (IAD) than horses with no fungi presence. [...]

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Keeping the stabled horse happy with Haygain horse health company

Box rest are words dreaded by horse owners and it can be extremely frustrating for both horse and human, something that is compounded by not being able to explain to the horse why they now cannot [...]

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Haygain: How horses adapt to winter conditions

Winter can sneak up on us when Christmas is around the corner, but in January there’s no doubt that we are now facing the coldest time of year and the short days, frost, mud, rain, wind, sleet [...]

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Equidiet recognised in the 2018 Global HorseTech Market Report

Equidiet recognised in the 2018 Global HorseTech Market Report as being at the cutting edge of Equine Nutritional Hydrotherapy with their innovative liquid fibre diet UK-based equine nutrition [...]

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