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Have you used a treeless saddle?

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Amanda Stevenson, 19 September 2008 17:20

Have you ever used a Treeless Saddle? The Your Horse team would like to hear about your experiences if you have. Do you love them or hate them? Would you use a treeless again? Have they made a difference to your horse or pony? If you are willing to share your feedback with us, please submit your comment online below or email editorial@yourhorse.co.uk, with ...

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Have you used a treeless saddle?

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Amanda Stevenson, 19 September 2008 17:20

Have you ever used a Treeless Saddle? The Your Horse team would like to hear about your experiences if you have. Do you love them or hate them? Would you use a treeless again? Have they made a difference to your horse or pony? If you are willing to share your feedback with us, please submit your comment online below or email editorial@yourhorse.co.uk, with ...

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City & Guilds qualification in Natural Horsemanship now on offer

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Amanda Stevenson, 04 September 2008 14:14

City & Guilds NPTC and Parelli have joined forces to introduce an exciting new qualification for all horse lovers. The ‘Foundation Certificate in the Theory Behind Natural Horsemanship’ will provide an introduction and understanding of the theory ofNatural Horsemanship. It includes knowledge of basic skills and safety aspects of horse handling, on the ground and on the horse's back and will provide an ...

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Snuggy Hoods help South Wales Mounted Police horses shine

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Amanda Stevenson, 27 August 2008 15:04

Snuggy Hoods is helping South Wales mounted police force keep their fleet of grey horses gleaming, with their famous Spick & Span rugs and hoods. Acting Sergeant Sharon Hier explains: “The hoods and rugs are ideal because they help to keep our grey horses clean which cuts down the number of hours they spend in the wash bays. Keeping the horses looking ...

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First winter with my new horse...

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Anonymous, 22 August 2008 13:38

Last winter was the first winter with my new horse, and I absolutely loved it! My first pony was able to be out all year, but my new horse was to be stabled at night. At first I was worried I wouldnt cope, having to go up twice a day and juggle my gcse's but as soon as I got into the routine it ...

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Side Saddle Riding for the disabled...

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Mrs Elizabeth Graney, 22 August 2008 11:39

Tradissar RDA is based at Stubbingham, Hampshire, but is a specialist Side Saddle riding for the disabled group that attracts disabled riders from all over the south as far as Dorset and Devon and even Suffolk! Tradissar is unique in that it is run by the disabled for the disabled and is the only specialist side saddle group in the ...

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What do you do in the winter?

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Rebecca Gibson, 18 August 2008 10:04

At Your Horse, we want to know what you get up to with your horses over the winter months? Do you give yourself and your horse a break from riding, or do you relish hacking out of a frosty morning?  Click here to take part in our very short survey! Got some winter tips you'd like to pass on to ...

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Your chance to star in the magazine!

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Imogen Johnson, 13 August 2008 11:17

Do you have a problem with your horse that just won't go away no matter what you do? We're looking for people who are struggling with a particular riding problem to star in an upcoming Your Horse feature. Do either of the following sound familiar?1) Big, small, show jumping or cross-country, it makes no difference, he always stops at fences!2) ...

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Reduce your carbon hoofprint with Megazorb

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Joanne Bednall, 13 August 2008 11:13

Keep mucking out to a minimum this winter, with the help of Megazorb. Northern Crop Driers’ soft, comfortable and absorbent bedding is made from virgin wood pulp, which is highly biodegradable and breaks down more easily than shavings. Classed as a soil enhancer when spread on arable or even grassland, Megazorb provides a dust-free bed, which captures liquids and smells ...

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Take the VEERU National Equine Wormer Survey and you could win £500

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Amanda Stevenson, 07 August 2008 16:30

Horse owners who take part in a major national worming survey will be entered into a draw to win £500 cash. The online survey into anthelmintic resistance in horses, which is the first of its kind, is being conducted by Keith Allison, an Animal Health and Welfare Specialist at VEERU (Veterinary Epidemiological and Economics Research Unit) at the University of ...

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Your Horse Live 2008 - three days of shopping, demos and fun this November

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Amanda Stevenson, 07 August 2008 13:19

Your Horse Live will run over three days again this year – as the extra day was such a success in 2007! The action-packed line-up of top riders and demos will include 2008 Olympic Games Eventing Team GB member Mary King, Carl Hester and Richard Davison – all demonstrating under one roof at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire. On Friday 7 November, new for ...

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