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Children's Riding Boots

05 July 2018 01:50
Online shopping is a great way to choose children''s riding boots - just make sure you select the right size based on the manufacturer’s guidelines, and choose a company like Equine Elite, as we offer full exchange or refund within 14 days. Think about what socks your child may be wearing, in case this influences the choice of whether to ‘go up’ a size of riding boot. Once you get the riding [...]

Types of Neck: Separates and Integrated Necks for Horse Rugs

22 March 2018 05:03
Horse rugs come in several styles these days, with three main types of neck styles available. They are: without a neck, with an integrated neck, and with a detachable neck.Both turnout and stable rugs come with these ‘neck style’ choices. Horse Rugs Without A Neck Usually called ‘standard neck’ rugs, rugs without a neck finish at the withers and close at the chest. They are ideal for Spring and [...]

Best Winter Yard Boots

31 January 2018 06:14
The best winter yard boots will keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable, regardless of what the British weather throws at you. And it''s certainly been throwing a lot of chilly weather at us horse and pony owners lately! Country boots have taken over from wellies in recent times for every day wear, and in the winter, your Country Boots need to be able to cope with a lot! So whether you are wadin[...]

Winter Horse Riding Advice

31 January 2018 05:53
Now we''re into January, it''s trickier to coordinate our winter riding – not least because of the reduced daylight and slippery conditions. However, it is possible to maintain equine fitness by adapting our schooling programmes to include careful hacking, lungeing and slow manege work. Here are my top five tips for riding in the winter! If your problem is simply one of time, consider lunging to [...]

Hoof Care Advice For Winter

31 January 2018 05:42
We''ve only had little snippets of early morning winter wonderlands outside so far, but the sharp, crisper mornings are surely just around the corner. The winter season runs from the first of December to the 28th of February the winter solstice on 21 December was the shortest day, when the sun rose latest, and set earliest. At least spring is now counting down! Anyway, as our friends and customer[...]

A Horse's Ode To His Owner

04 December 2017 05:31
I can’t stay out - Mum, it''s cold outside. I need more rugs! Mum, it’s cold outside. A thick Weatherbeeta please would be... So very nice - just feel my ears! They''re just like ice. Without my Roma Satin Shoulder Guard, I’ll worry. A Horseware Amigo Hero 6 plus Turnout Rug - I’m in a hurry! I warn you, I will pace the floor - Listen to my horsey-roar! I need a Saxon 600 Standard Neck Lite[...]

A Horsey Wife’s Xmas Wish List

04 December 2017 05:27
Husband baby, some Gripfast cotton gloves under the tree please, for me Been an awful good girl, Husband baby, Dublin River Boots wrapped up tonight!   Husband baby, Shires Wessex Ladies Jodhpurs in blue. I''ll wait up for you dear, Husband baby. Or wrap a Saddlery Shop voucher tonight!   Husband baby, some Dublin riding socks, that''s not a lot? Bought no horses all year! Husband baby, [...]

Festive Gifts For The Female Equestrian Enthusiast

04 December 2017 05:21
Festive gifts for the female equestrian enthusiast Christmas gifting can give the person buying the gift as much pleasure as the person receiving the item! And if you’re loved one enjoys horse riding or has her own horse, there’s a multitude of presents that you can choose that will be just perfect for your female horsey friend, wife, daughter or family member. Here, we look at some of the most [...]

Hoof Care For Horses

24 October 2017 06:08
We are all too familiar with the old proverb “no foot, no horse” and it still couldn’t be truer today. Hoof health is indisputably important, as neglected hooves can lead to discomfort, pain, disfigurement and even lameness. But what effect did the dry summer have on our equines’ hooves? Firstly, it is worth noting that a dry hoof is better than a wet hoof excess moisture causes the bonds within [...]

Horse Stirrups: A Buyer's Guide

24 October 2017 05:47
Do you give much thought to your stirrups and stirrup irons? Maybe they came with your saddle... or you have simply changed your old irons onto a new saddle, with little thought for whether they suit the style and design of the saddle. And do you regularly check that your stirrup leathers and irons are safe and functional? For most of us, they are a well-used part of our tack and equipment arsenal[...]

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