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Tackle food-related aggression

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Katy Islip, 30 June 2014 09:58

In our latest Open Clinic video, we have advice from expert Jason Webb on how to tackle food-related aggression. So if your horse has become a bit of a beast at feed time, follow his tips to restore respect, so you can feed your horse calmly and safely. Remember to stay safe by wearing your fastened riding hat whenever you ...

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Horse massage

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Rebecca Statham, 29 May 2014 16:57

Whether your horse is a happy hacker or at the peak of his fitness as a competition horse, he’ll benefit from a massage. Massage therapy has many benefits, including relaxation of the muscles and reduction in muscle soreness post exercise. Equine massage therapist Eleanor Frost shows us simple massage techniques that you can use on your horse every day.   ...

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Fly rug test

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Allison Lowther, 29 May 2014 16:54

Using a fly rug can make the summer much more bearable for your horse, but which one do you choose? YH Buyers’ Guide editor Allison Lowther has used eight of the best on her horse Wish. Take a look at each of the rugs to see how they fit and the special features they have.   brightcove.createExperiences();

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Bandaging your horses leg

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Katy Islip, 29 May 2014 16:50

Brush up on your bandaging technique with our Open Clinic video guide featuring advice from top professional groom Jenny Ellis. For the 388 web chat, it'll be with Garry Bosworth on Monday, 7 July from 8-9pm. His email is info@equineempathy.co.uk and his headshot is attached. Copy for this below: If you've got a travelling issue, or a your horse is showing ...

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How to plait a tail

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Katy Islip, 08 May 2014 09:45

If you prefer to leave your horse's tail au naturel, when it comes to competing you may find you need a helping hand in taming his luscious locks – which is where a tail plait comes in. Don't fall into the trap of thinking tail plaits are just for ponies, as done properly they look fantastic on horses of all ...

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Fitting and removing studs

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Jenny Ellis, 10 April 2014 09:59

If you're heading off competing and the conditions mean you're after a bit more grip underfoot, or even if you're just schooling on grass and are worried about slipping, studs can be the answer. Expert groom Jenny Ellis explains her step-by-step advice on fitting and removing studs in our video below, and also gives an overview of the considerations for ...

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Guide to trimming your horse

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Katy Islip, 10 February 2014 12:28

Whether you've clipped your horse or not this winter, a little bit of trimming will go a long way towards making him look smart all the way to spring. We've asked top groom Jenny Ellis for her tips on trimming muzzles, ears, bridle paths and legs, so check our our video for a round-up of her advice here and get ...

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Post-ride cool-down

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Katy Islip, 21 January 2014 15:49

Winter riding plus winter coats can add up to a sweaty, hot horse, even if he's clipped out. Our expert groom Jenny Ellis shares her tips for effectively cooling your horse down after your ride, as well as get him clean and dry in no time at all. Read more in the March 2014 issue 383 of Your Horse magazine   ...

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Preventing RAO

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Katy Islip, 23 December 2013 16:48

Recurrent airway obstruction (RAO) is an equine respiratory condition which causes the narrowing of the horse’s airways, making it harder for him to breathe. Similar to asthma in humans, it’s thought to be caused by an allergic reaction to dust or spores, and once developed is a chronic condition. However there are some simple ways you can protect your horse ...

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Catching your horse

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Jason Webb, 19 November 2013 10:46

We speak to Australian Horsemanship trainer Jason Webb for his advice on how to catch a horse who doesn't want to be caught. When a horse is tricky to catch it may simply be because he’s a little unsure of you, but for many people their catching problems stem from their horse’s lack of respect for them. I use a ...

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