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lafoot

lafoot

  • Member since 21 September 2014 03:20
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Alphabay

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Getting right bend

 Hi all,

 

Was wondering if anyone has any tips on how to get horse more supple and bending to the right? She goes beautifully in walk but as soon as we go up into trot we go like a banana to the left! I do have regular lessons with an amazing instructor, just wondered if anyone on here has found some little tricks to help! :)

 

  • 20 September 2014 17:34 | Alphabay
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alrees

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Your opinion matters

 Hi everyone, As a part of my studies this year I have to carry out an investigative project. I have chosen to do equine related issues within the UK. At the moment there have been a lot of different issues in the media to do with horses, I was wondering what do you think are the most worrying/important issues affecting horses in the UK at the moment?

I would really like to hear your oppinions and any experiences you have had, for example fly grazing, fall in a horse prices, rise in cruelty involving horses etc

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  • 20 September 2014 12:59 | alrees
  • Last comment 2 hours ago ago by greyandbay
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Suki1965

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Spooky horse with delicate mouth

Help! I have a tbx cob 8yr old mare that I brought from a trekking centre where she was broken and used for beach rides - flat out races over the beaches. When I got her she was poor with girth sores and a cut mouth from the bit. She was given time to recover and started gently schooling and hacking. The trouble is, she is terrified of her own shadow. Sometimes even bringing her out of the field is traumatic and most days she comes in at the very least snorting. Some days she will just stand and physically ...

  • 20 September 2014 11:59 | Suki1965
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Suki1965

Suki1965

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It's all about Avebury!

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Imogen Johnson, 20 September 2014 11:00

The success of everyone's favourite grey, Avebury, has seen Andrew Nicholson awarded with The British Horse Foundation and Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials 2014 breeder’s prize.This special award (accompanied with a generous cheque for £1000), given for the highest placed British bred horse, is a much deserved accolade for Andrew’s homebred gelding following his incredible third consecutive win at Burghley ...

CharliA

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Messy horse- help!

 Hi, my horse has recently started coming in over night and out during the day, when he was previously having been out over night and in during the day. Following this change, he has become incredibly wet and messy- I have to take half his bed out each day, if not all of it because it's absolutely soaked. It means I'm having to put a whole bag of shavings in every day or two, which is ridiculous, as well as incredibly expensive. I've tried having a bed that spans the whole back wall and fills half the stable, but that ...

  • 20 September 2014 09:47 | CharliA
  • Last comment 18 hours ago ago by Alphabay
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Boysiegirl

Boysiegirl

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