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10 tips to get you going this winter

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Harriet Linton, 10 December 2009 16:47

Winter’s here, and it’s tempting to dive under the duvet and hibernate till spring! Our top 10 tips are guaranteed to put the sparkle back into your winter riding, so if you are lacking in inspiration, read on – we’ll get you motivated. 1. Wrap up and ride out You already know we love hacking, but winter hacks are some ...

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Mud fever - what to do

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Harriet Linton, 10 December 2009 16:28

How to prevent, treat and cope with this painful condition, with real life advice from experts and readers. Don’t let your horse near a muddy paddock until you’ve read this. 1. Many conditions look very similar to mud fever, so make sure you know what you’re treating and, if in any doubt, call your vet. Expert advice and the right ...

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Mud fever - Myth buster

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Harriet Linton, 10 December 2009 16:20

We separate fact from fiction as vet Gil Riley busts the common misconceptions surrounding mud fever. MYTH 1You must pull the scabs off in order for the area to heal GIL SAYSIt’s best to soften the scabs and allow them to drop off naturally using an antibiotic gel than pick them off, which is very painful. MYTH 2The bacteria can ...

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Driving a horsebox: Driver Licensing Requirements

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Harriet Linton, 06 November 2009 15:24

The following changes came into effect on 1 January under the 1997 New Drivers Act, and affect all drivers who passed their test on or after that date. Trailer TowingIf you passed your test on or after 1 January 1997 you can only drive category B vehicles; that is, any vehicle less than 3.5 tonnes in weight which has eight ...

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Buying a lorry on a budget: To buy or to build?

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Harriet Linton, 06 November 2009 15:01

Seven thousand pounds is an awful lot of money to most horse owners. But when it comes to buying a lorry, unfortunately a £7,000 budget places you right in the bargain basement. We guide you through each step of the lorry buying process to get the best lorry for your money. Another option for horsebox buyers on a budget is ...

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Buying a lorry on a budget: Top points to check in a budget lorry

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Harriet Linton, 06 November 2009 14:57

Seven thousand pounds is an awful lot of money to most horse owners. But when it comes to buying a lorry, unfortunately a £7,000 budget places you right in the bargain basement. We guide you through each step of the lorry buying process to get the best lorry for your money. Tyres Cheaper and, therefore, older boxes will often have ...

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Buying a lorry on a budget: Maintaining your new lorry

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Harriet Linton, 06 November 2009 14:52

Seven thousand pounds is an awful lot of money to most horse owners. But when it comes to buying a lorry, unfortunately a £7,000 budget places you right in the bargain basement. We guide you through each step of the lorry buying process to get the best lorry for your money. Now you’ve got your horsebox, estimate a contingency budget ...

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Buying a lorry on a budget: Making the deal

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Harriet Linton, 06 November 2009 14:45

Seven thousand pounds is an awful lot of money to most horse owners. But when it comes to buying a lorry, unfortunately a £7,000 budget places you right in the bargain basement. We guide you through each step of the lorry buying process to get the best lorry for your money. When you eventually find the perfect box, and you’ve had ...

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Buying a lorry on a budget: Viewing boxes

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Harriet Linton, 06 November 2009 14:36

Seven thousand pounds is an awful lot of money to most horse owners. But when it comes to buying a lorry, unfortunately a £7,000 budget places you right in the bargain basement. We guide you through each step of the lorry buying process to get the best lorry for your money. Before you go on viewings, be clear about what ...

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Buying a lorry on a budget: How do I avoid a stolen box?

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Harriet Linton, 06 November 2009 14:30

Seven thousand pounds is an awful lot of money to most horse owners. But when it comes to buying a lorry, unfortunately a £7,000 budget places you right in the bargain basement. We guide you through each step of the lorry buying process to get the best lorry for your money. Check the numbers on the lorry’s plate match with ...

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