Winter is approaching.

Winter is approaching.

We’ve had one of the best summers anyone can remember for a long time. Endless days of sunshine have become the norm and even now that the weather is distinctly ...
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Dry Arena, riding deep?

Dry Arena, riding deep?

A short, but very necessary post about what to do if your arena is dry and riding deep. We've had a number of calls over the last few weeks from ...
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Horse called Star

Guest post from a horse called Star!

By Star! Well anyone would think she was doing me a big favour, that Phillipa, handing over the reins of the blog to me this month. Like I don’t have ...
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Equestrian fashion

Country and Equestrian wear – what to shop for

By Phillipa Equestrian women may be used to, if not proud of, being no-nonsense types. Often, we are without a trace of make-up, with short nails and hair scraped back, ...
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Dog Kennel and run for dogs

Keeping dogs in kennels and runs – is it the right thing to do?

By Phillipa Keeping dogs in kennels and runs – is it the right thing to do? It can be an emotive subject among animal lovers ...
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Stables and arena

Wooden stables and arena – case study from Suffolk

By Phillipa The dream of ‘bringing the horses home’ is something we often hear when customers first contact us to discuss their equestrian projects ...
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Fear of horses

Fear of Horses (Equinophobia)

By Phillipa Most of the time, it’s fine. Being around horses brings a feeling of happiness that is difficult to describe to someone who hasn’t yet made that connection with ...
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horse riding confidence

Prepare for success – & how NLP may help you.

By Phillipa Have you heard that saying, ‘Fail to prepare and prepare to fail’? We can apply this mode of thought to almost any aspect of life, whether practical, intellectual ...
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