Category : HQ Magazine

Why horses are so in tune with human emotion

Why horses are so in tune with human emotion Ryan Tehini, MA Anyone who has spent extended periods of time around horses will agree...

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Ready for take-off

Get your distances right Showjumpers commonly talk about ‘seeing’ distances when jumping. The problem with this approach is that it...

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AskHQ: Paddock aggression

Question My horse has become very aggressive suddenly with others in his paddock. The yard owner wants to separate him, but he was...

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AskHQ: Jealousy issues

Question My horse has competed at a high level previously. I bought him to improve my confidence, and to teach me the basics. I’ve...

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AskHQ: Trot up

Question I have realised that I really cannot see lameness and it makes me worry that I don’t see issues with my own horses. How can...

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Grooming Gremlins

As grooming is such an essential part of horse care, it can be a real problem when your horse has an aversion to the process. The...

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The wonders of circles

Dressage is all about suppleness. Without consistent bend throughout your horse’s body lots of exercises become difficult and you’ll...

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South African donkeys saved from slaughterhouse

Press release from The Donkey Sanctuary Note: Contains distressing content More than 100 donkeys have avoided being slaughtered as...

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AskHQ: Fitting a rug

Q: How do you check if a rug fits your horse? A: Having a rug that fits your horse is important to keep your horse comfortable and...

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What are contracted heels?

Contracted heels are one of the most common problems encountered by farriers today. In fact, many of us are so used to seeing contracted...

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