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Feeding for performance

‘Feeding for performance’ is often misunderstood. Equine nutrition has undergone some substantial changes and it is continuing to progress as a result of the...

Breeding: Champions of tomorrow

Breeding quality horses demands a great deal of time and commitment - and not just from the owner. As the first port of call...

Paddock maintenance: protecting an investment

Demand for land is massive – and growing. Land is finite in quantity – in fact, according to the Environment Agency, we shall lose...

Talking tack: flourishing with innovation

With so much modernisation, the tack market is almost unrecognisable in comparison to a decade ago. Discussing the latest trends, materials and designs, Equestrian...

marstall Premium Horse Feed: Cereal-free feeding

Every owner wants to feed a healthy diet and cereal-free is increasingly recommended - experts at marstall Premium Horse Feed outline how this can...

Diversification: embracing the pet market

The pet market is big – and it’s growing! However there are indications it might slow down. Analysts are suggesting that the smallness of...

Managing the laminitic equine

Across all equestrian media platforms, Spring coincides with a surge of information relating to laminitis and its associated issues. This momentous push occurs year...

spoga horse spring 2018: kick starting the season

Fielding an impressively high level of international interest, 182 exhibitors from 20 countries made the trip to spoga horse spring to present their autumn/winter...

Walsall: British saddlery at its best

Right in the heart of England, stands a town that has been the centre of excellence for many years when it comes to saddlery...

Outsource or inhouse?

Rugs – washing, repairing and general care – feature big at this time of the year. At the end of the 2017 competition season...

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