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Horse Riding Head Wear

At the end of the day, you only get one head so you need to look after it! With some many riding hats and helmets to wear, they’re there to keep you safe! Riding hats are designed to be very effective at stopping any possible head injuries, but with all safety equipment not everything is…

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Gifts for Horse Lovers

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Is there that someone special in your life that are crazy about horses, but you have no idea what to get them? Here’s some unique and fun presents that’ll spark your imagination… Personalised Flask If the cold mornings have hit you, and you’re out looking after your horse, you going to want to things; coffee…

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Equestrian Surfaces in The Winter

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When it comes to the Winter, you might not be able to perform as well on your surface. Frost can attach and make it very difficult for all, as well as the ground freezing it all needs a bit of help so that we can all keep riding throughout the Winter. Why not try our…

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Equi-Est Competition – Prize Worth Over £1,600!

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Get involved with our Brand-New Competition! Win 16 bales of our New Pro-Ex Comp Fibre worth over £1,600.00 including Free Delivery! Competition Post This is enough additive for a 20m x 40m or 60m x 20m top up! Our new addition of full synthetic fibre id blended in house using Polypropylene, hair fibre and PVC…

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Autumn/Winter Care for Horses

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The colder months are approaching, and looking after your horse in these conditions can be a challenge. You’ll have to cope with whatever weather the UK decides to throw at us, and it’s very unpredictable. So, here are some tips and support so you can be prepared this Autumn and Winter. Firstly you should ask yourself these…

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Interesting Facts About Horses You Never Knew!

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You’re never going to believe these facts about horses, after reading these you’ll definitely know why they’ve been called the ‘noblest of creatures’. Read on to find out more… Horses can use their ears, eyes and nostrils to express their mood, and they can also communicate their feelings through their facial expressions! (Source: CBS News) Horses can run within…

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Recent Completed Project – Northern Ireland

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Just completed Our Pro-Ex fully synthetic fibre has just been added to a new large Equine facility in Northern Ireland. This particular Arena is 50m x 100m so was quite a task. However now complete the surface is stable and consistent waiting for the huge amount of use it’s about to receive.

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Equi-est Summer of Safety Tip #15

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It’s Equi-est Summer of Safety tip number fifteen! It’s always important to be courteous to other road users, just the same as we expect them to be courteous to us. If another road user has given way to you, make sure you remember to thank them. While you’re here, remember to check out more of…

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Equi-est Summer of Horse Safety Tip #5

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Day number 5 of Equi-est Summer of Horse Safety! There’s not a way to tell when an emergency dismount is better than staying on your horse, and experts have even suggested that dismounting may cause more problems than falling off. However, sometimes you know when you’re in danger and need to dismount, and quickly. Remember…

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British Horse Society- Ride Safe Campaign

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Riding your horse on the road can be dangerous. Not only are we dealing with keeping control of our horses, but also the rules of the road and the actions of other road users. Unsurprisingly accidents involving horses and riders do happen, and it seems far too frequently. Here’s what the British Horse Society are…

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