Category: Horse & Pony Mag

Eyes: Windows to the Soul

Horses’ eyes are amazing. They are big, beautiful and perfectly positioned on the sides of the head to enable vision practically a...

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 Winning the warm up

A good warm up can make or break your performance. You should aim to have your horse ready to begin his best work just as he heads...

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Ask the Experts: Feeding after a drought

Q: We are currently suffering through a period of drought, though the horses seem content eating plenty of hay. My question is abo...

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Trekking: the great outdoors

Horse trekking over our beautiful New Zealand countryside is understandably very popular with riders of a wide range of ages, and ...

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Small packages: pony health

A horse is a horse, of course, of course… unless he stands under 148cm and is therefore a pony. But the difference between a horse...

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Jodie Thorne: no excuse needed

Jodie Thorne faces more challenges just mounting her horse than many of us will ever experience in a lifetime in the saddle. She r...

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Caring for your yearling

Whether you have bred your own foal, bought one as a weanling or even chosen one as a foal and had to wait until it was weaned to ...

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The facts on potassium in the horse’s diet

There has been much discussion of late on various social media websites about the role of potassium from grass in equine nutrition...

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