Spring Grooming Has winter left your horse looking less than their best? We’ve put together a selection of top tips and essential grooming products to help you get your horse gleaming this spring! Spring Shedding Shedding season is upon us! Is your horse still in their winter woolies? Your not alone! Good news though, we’re … Continue reading Shed and Shine – Spring Grooming
We Asked Some Of Our Staff To Review The Horsepal Sensor From Horseware A couple of our staff members have been trying out the Horsepal sensor from Horseware. This clever device allows you to monitor your horse’s temperature and humidity levels under their rug so you can establish if they are comfortable. This let’s you … Continue reading Horsepal Sensor – Tried & Tested Review
Horse Calmers – Our Guide To Keeping Your Horse Relaxed Through Firework Season If your horse is often very tense and on edge or you’re just worried about firework season or a big competition you have coming up, then you may want to turn to horse calmers. Before giving your horse a calmer it’s a … Continue reading Our Guide To Horse Calmers & Firework Season
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?
Our Guide To Mud Fever In Horses The first question to answer is “what actually is Mud Fever?” Mud Fever (officially called Pastern Dermatitis) is an uncomfortable and irritating condition that effects horses. It involves painful scabs forming around infected areas. It most commonly occurs on the lower legs, particularly below the fetlock, but can … Continue reading Mud Fever – What It Is & How To Treat It