Horse Care Blog
Once you get hooked on horses, you can pretty much guarantee that you'll be hooked on anything to do them.
When you think of horse riding, you might think that the horse does ‘all the work,' but you couldn't be further from the truth.
Clay pigeon shooting is the sport of shooting at inanimate objects rather than live game birds.
Who doesn’t love a nice hot shower?! But when it comes to showering the horses, many owners, and yards reserve pony horse showers for the spring, summer, and autumn months only.
Horse riders, we’re a tough breed, able to carry things far heavier than the average human, withstand bitter cold, and somehow get by on the smallest amount of sleep during show season.
Have you ever heard someone talking about their ‘elementary horse’ or how their youngster did at the ‘Intro A’ dressage test over the weekend and wondered what on earth that all meant?
Watching top level showjumping is awe-inspiring, and if you’ve ever had the chance to walk the course at a 1.60m show, you’ll know just how big those jumps are.
A pet peeve of dressage riders is when people ask ‘but do the horses just do it all naturally?
There is more to creating and maintaining a good paddock for your horse than you might think!
Confused by the equestrian disciplines? You are not alone. But read on and all will become clear.