Equestrian Blog

News and thoughts from around the equestrian community

Horse Colic

My previous blog regarding Laminitis proved popular with many readers. Having experienced laminitis first hand, some felt compelled to respond to the blog, and their stories and advice were both appreciated and helpful. These replies have led me to write again about an illness which I'm sure even mo... [More]

How to... Buy a Horse or Pony

There are very few riders who do not yearn to have a horse of their own. It isn't as simple as going out and handing over your hard earned money though. You need to consider whether you have the time, money and expertise to take on this huge commitment. Do you have the time? A horse needs to be ch... [More]

New Catalogue Out In August!

Our new Autumn/Winter Catalogue is out next month!  It’s 228 pages long and packed with some superb products for you, your home, your horse, your stable and even your dog. As well as all the old favourites, you’ll find plenty of new innovative ideas, great new brands and of course the usual amazing ... [More]

10% Off Instore Purchases Throughout July!

Throughout the whole month of July we’re offering 10% off all instore purchases if you spend £70 or more at our Superstore only. What do you need to do? Just come along to our Superstore throughout the whole month of July and spend over £70 on instore purchases to receive this fantastic offer.

See you at HOYS?

We’re pleased to announce that once again, we’ll be exhibiting at this year's Horse of the Year Show. The world-famous show, this year celebrating its 60th anniversary will be held at the Birmingham NEC, 8th-12th October and you’ll find us on stand number S7E. Collect a copy of our forthcoming Aut... [More]

When it all goes wrong...

We all love riding and caring for our horses and thankfully mishaps are few and far between, but riding and being involved with horses, is a risk sport and accidents can and do happen. Its easy to be complacent, and think that a serious accident will never happen to you or your horse but what if it ... [More]