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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Better Training Tips: How To Warm-Up and Cool-Down Correctly

When working your horse it is important to remember that the warm-up and cool-down phases are as crucial as the exercises you work on, this will support better performance and wellbeing long term. When working on the flat (or over jumps), follow these tips to help improve your horse’s flexibility, development and overall performance: As soon as you get on allow … Continue reading

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Jumping Indoors: Six Survival Tips for Winter Warm Up Arenas

We know they will be SMALL, they’ll be BUSY and they’ll be CHALLENGING at the best of times so follow our SIX SURVIVAL TIPS for the showjumping winter warmup arena: Left-hand to left-hand is the rule! Otherwise mind reading is required at every stride to avoid being cut up.  Don’t pay attention and head-to-head (or-knee-cap-to-knee-cap) collisions could be the result. Watch … Continue reading

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First Freeze: Which Parasite Should You be Controlling?

Looking after all aspects of a horse’s health helps us maintain well-being, performance and attitude in our animals. Controlling parasites with an appropriate worming programme is just one part of good horse management. Now we’ve had the first freeze, it’s time to treat for bots (as well as routine worms) to help control and break the parasitic cycle. What do we … Continue reading

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