Help keep your horse's joints health by protecting their cartilage.
20% of horses have poorly structure hooves, often unseen from the outside, which can adversely affect soundness, good mobility, everyday movement and shoe retention.
When we consider our horse’s day-to-day care we often pay
special attention to their physical needs, however less consideration is given
to the psychological factors that may affect them.
Does my horse really need a joint supplement? The prevalence of equine joint degeneration and mobility problems suggests it is a valuable investment in your horse’s long-term health and happiness.
Our best riding happens when both horse and rider are relaxed and focused. But sometimes that’s easier said than done.
Equine behaviourist Justine Harrison shares tips for dealing with separation anxiety in horses.
Event rider Emma Shackell shares tips on how you and your horse and can stay safe on the roads.
Horse behaviourist Caron Whaley offers advice on how to load your horse into a trailer.
Event rider Freddie Best shares her pre-competition checklist and routine.
Event rider Emma Shackell explains what bowen therapy is and how it works.