Early alarm clocks, bacon butties and the whiff of adrenalin can only mean one thing! Eventing is BACK! We’d like to wish everyone a fabulous season and look forward to sharing 2019 with you. Here’s our gallery from Moreton. Huge thanks to the organisers and all the team for such a great time.
The wait is nearly over for the 2019 Cheltenham Festival and it’s safe to say, we cannot wait. With the temperatures dropping by the day (and we did see a mention of snow on the forecast) choosing what to wear to be both stylish, warm and comfortable does need some thought. Help is at hand with these top tips from some of our favourite brands.
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Animalife, which produces high quality feed supplements for horses and dogs, is on the look out for a new rider to join Team Animalife, whether you’re a showjumper, event rider, compete in dressage or showing.
This month we talk to the Society of Master Saddlers about the importance of a well fitting bridle for the smaller head and how a bespoke handmade bridle could be the best option to choose from.
Smaller breeds such as Mountain & Moorlands or Miniatures require a bridle that fits just as well as say the Irish Draught or Sport Horse. Bridles can either enhance the look and features of the face or make even the most attractive look out of context with the rest of the body.
Adele Fowler, winner of the 2018 Virbac 3D Worming BE80(T) Technical Merit, was joined by Pippa and William Funnell at Olympia, The London International Horse Show in December to receive her fantastic prize – a £500 training bursary to spend on British Eventing training.