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How to develop symmetry in your horse

The majority of horses display a degree of asymmetry (just like people), which can give rise to unlevel movement, but unlevel movement is not necessarily the same as unsoundness; it can sometimes be addressed with training to resolve the asymmetry.

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Warm-up advice for all three phases

When the collecting ring is bustling and the pressure is on, preparing to perform at your best can be a difficult and daunting task – here are some top tips to help you warm up.

over 1 year ago

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Looking after your horse’s teeth

Equine Dentist Grant Chanter gives his advice and identifies common equine dental issues.

over 1 year ago

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Healthy eating in 2018

If eating healthily is on your list of New Year's resolutions for 2018, growing your own vegetables can be a fun and satisfying way to help you on your way and a great way to get involved in gardening. Here are some top tips to get you started.

over 1 year ago

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Ten non-horsey ways to help you feel on top this season

We are all guilty of giving others - a.k.a. our horses - 5* care, but what about you? Whether you are a dedicated volunteer, hardworking owner, full time rider or ambitious amateur, we take a look at some of the things you can do to take care of yourself and keep you feeling on top this season.

over 1 year ago

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"I’m never going to ride around Badminton, but my goodness do I love it!"

Meet Sarah, an amateur event rider and equestrian business owner. Follow her blogs and vlogs on BE Life online to find out how she gets on this season with her new partner, five year old Hugo. In part one, we find out how Sarah got on in 2017 - as usual with horses, there were highs and lows...

over 1 year ago

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