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Get a free posture assessment at Your Horse Live

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Anonymous, 02 September 2014 16:42

Following their runaway success at The Royal Dublin Horse Show in August, the International Society of Rider Biomechanics will be exhibiting, for the first time ever in the United Kingdom, at Your Horse Live. The ISRB is the largest Society in the world, specifically aimed to research, educate and train the horse rider. Their training program is devoted to helping ...

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Interview with Andrew Hoy and Gina Ruck

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Imogen Johnson, 02 September 2014 14:21

Ahead of this year’s Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials we spoke to two of the riders preparing to compete at the event later this week. Previous Burghley winner Andrew Hoy and first timer Gina Ruck told us they’re both excited to compete – Andrew’s even been giving fist time Burghley competitor Gina some expert tips! See what they said when ...


Riding and Training

He wanted to paw water .

 Hello . Yesterday I took ally into the big feild that I can ride in but he was having none of it at the beging of the feild there was two puds of water that he started pawing and he was having a right good time doing it I did try to get him to go away from the water but no way .So I let him do it for a wee bit then took him to the in door school to ride him in it when I told the owners they laught and said how clever he was and ...

  • 31 August 2014 19:57 |

Horse Care

Some help with an injury please!

  Hi guys, this is a long story so please bear with me as I would really be interested in any experience/advice anyone has!!

about 12 weeks ago my horse picked up an injury jumping.landed from a jump and he wouldn't put any  weight on it at all,thought he'd broken his leg (back) but my instructor helped me keep him moving & he walked it off a lot,called the vet & when he came his useful peice of advice was 'let's hope he's pulled a ligament not snapped one' 


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Bye Bye for a short while !

This house moving stuff is very stressful !! Finally we have exchanged contracts and hope to complete tomorrow ( fingers crosssed ) I don't expect many of you to remember but we are relocating to Northern Ireland, mainly to aquire some extra land for the horses and to give us a less hectic lifestyle ! We will be moving in with my mum for a while then Dermot will go over first with a friend to sort out stabling and fencing etc, when he comes back we have to arrange transport for Tenor and Tilly. It's all go atm lol.


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Fancy a BHS Challenge ride?

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Imogen Johnson, 28 August 2014 16:39

Here, BHS member Sue Hawkins shares her experiences and gives you some top tips for fund raising and enjoying the rides. “It was quite by chance that I saw the invitation in British Horse to join a BHS Challenge Ride,” says Sue. “My first adventure was to Iceland in 2006 which was an amazing experience! Twelve of us rode with ...

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Subscribe and get a Charles Bentley Grooming Kit

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Imogen Johnson, 28 August 2014 08:00

This month, if you subscribe to Your Horse magazine you'll get a Charles Bentley Grooming Kit worth over £39.99! Become a subscriber and you'll never miss an issue of your favourite mag - you'll benefit from free delivery straight to your door plus you'll receive your mag before it hits the shop. Plus, take advantage of subscriber only offers including ...

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How to fit a rug correctly

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Allison Lowther, 27 August 2014 17:31

When it comes to fitting a rug, it’s important to understand how rug sizes work – the right rug in the wrong size won’t be able to do its job properly. However, rug sizes do vary and it’s important that the rug you choose for your horse fits him correctly. An ill-fitting rug will slip, rub and be uncomfortable for ...