Horses and Fireworks – What Can You Do To Prepare? Understandably horses and fireworks don’t mix. Horses are flight animals and so naturally they don’t like the fact that there are these loud bangs and bright flashes up in the sky that they can’t run from. Even the calmest of horses can be effected because … Continue reading Horses and Fireworks – Prepare for Bonfire Night
Horse Clipping So you’re thinking about clipping your horse? It’s important that you plan ahead and decide how much hair you need to remove. Your horse’s hair is an important tool that helps them to regulate their temperature but it can become a nuisance to horses that are regularly exercised. If your horse has lots … Continue reading Horse Clipping – Which Clip Is Right For Your Horse?
Here we explain what mud fever is, the causes, signs, prevention and treatment.
Which bit for my horse? A common tack dilemma It is hugely important to make sure all of your horse’s tack fits correctly. Poorly fitted tack can lead to discomfort and injuries and can also lead to them acting out of character and misbehaving. A horse’s mouth is a very sensitive area and so needs … Continue reading Which Bit For My Horse? | Naylors Guide
A Tried & Tested Review Of The Horseware Amigo Aussie Airflow Fly Rug Are you after a versatile fly rug that offers both protection from bugs but also harmful sun rays? One of our Naylors team members has been putting the Horseware Amigo Aussie Airflow fly rug to the test to tell you all about it’s features. … Continue reading Horseware Amigo Aussie Airflow – Tried & Tested Review