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Beware of scam buyers

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Anonymous, 09 April 2014 18:20

I have my horse for sale on various web sites and I'd like to make people aware of scammers who call saying they want to buy your horse but would you acccept Paypal and they will send a lorry to pick the horse up. These are people are running scams and the money won't get into your account, therefore you will end up with no ...

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Beware of scam buyers

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Anonymous, 09 April 2014 18:20

I have my horse for sale on various web sites and I'd like to make people aware of scammers who call saying they want to buy your horse but would you acccept Paypal and they will send a lorry to pick the horse up. These are people are running scams and the money won't get into your account, therefore you will end up with no ...

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In The Saddle’s Chris Day takes on a trail

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Anonymous, 22 August 2011 17:51

In The Saddle’s Chris Day has recently completed a gruelling 80km trek across the central Pyrenees into Northern Spain, in aid of the Association for International Cancer Research. Chris and her fellow trekkers walked for six days, laden with their own tents and equipment, climbing up to 2600m. The route is one of the hardest high level wartime escape routes ...

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Veterinary Thermal Imaging now in the South West

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Anonymous, 22 August 2011 17:20

Lindsay Cope is one of the latest thermographers to join Veterinary Thermal Imaging (VTI), the largest UK company specialising in animal thermography across all species. Lindsay comes to VTI from an animal behaviour background and has a particular passion for pain-related behavioural problems in all species. In addition to working with horses and companion animals (holding postgraduate qualifications in companion ...

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MYLER BITTING CLINIC with World Renowned DALE MYLER

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Anonymous, 10 February 2010 18:58

MYLER BITTING CLINIC  with World Renowned DALE MYLER Wed 17th March 2010 Hosted by Scallywags Equine Supplies.co.ukNr March, Cambridgeshire Dale Myler, one of the famous Myler Brothers, has over 25 year’s experience in bitting and is an expert Loriner, making bits by hand in the family workshop in Missouri and having trained factory-workers in bit-manufacturing. Dale is invited all over ...

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McVeigh Parker is the 2010 official supplier to Hickstead!

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Anonymous, 04 February 2010 16:43

McVeigh Parker fencing, farming and equestrian supplies is the 2010 official fencing supplier to The All England Jumping Course, Hickstead. This new partnership provides McVeigh Parker with the ideal opportunity to show off their expertise in the supply of fencing materials whilst supporting Hickstead, the home of British show jumping and polo. Chris Hambridge sales director for McVeigh Parker said ...

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HORSES a film opens at London's ICA

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Anonymous, 09 January 2010 14:13

HORSES - a beautiful and highly unusual documentary film about the characters and personalities three Irish national hunt racehorses, opens 28 January at the ICA in London, and will be playing for 2 weeks. For tickets and information go to http://www.ica.org.uk/Horses+23318.twl Additional information about the film can be found on www.merminfilm.com

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If I can do it, anyone can

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Anonymous, 04 January 2010 14:02

I am 43 years old, bought me thoroughbred gelding 11 years ago as a 3 year old and have only just competed in my first affiliated one day event. I bought George with the dream of Eventing.  On the way, I have experienced divorce, a new relationship and another child.  In November 2007, my daughter and I started showjumping at ...

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My Photos

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Anonymous, 16 November 2009 21:01

 Photo 1) A Picture of My youngster and his dam that my friend bred. His sire is Lostock huntsman. Photo 2) My Loan pony that is only 14.2hh but is a little jumping machine.  Photo 3) My little 13.2hh WH Pony. And that sme and my little 6 year old cousin riding him bare back last christmas. Photo 4) My ...

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FAVE RIDING PLACE

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Anonymous, 08 October 2009 20:57

I buy Your Horse magazine and my favourite riding place is Barstobrick. I ride for the RDA and they have got very good docile horses up at Barstobrick. They are called Shannon, Basil, Toffee and May. The staff and owners of the horses are very good. My riding instructor, Justine Hunter, is very good at doing horse things she has two horses called ...

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The Tree vs Treeless debate

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Anonymous, 18 September 2009 10:33

There is much debate on the internet on whether a treed or treeless saddle is better for your horse, I can only go by my own experience here. I had a very difficult to fit Welsh x Thoroughbred with quite high withers and a prominent spine. Due to a badly fitting treed saddle she had some muscle atrophy which was ...

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