Speedicut Boots – The Right Boots Can Protect Your Horse’s Legs Better

Speedicut Boots – The Right Boots Can Protect Your Horse’s Legs Better

Wearing the right pair of riding boots is essential for every equestrian. However, boots are not just solely meant for the person riding the horse. They are also essentially worn by the horse. Horse boots are worn by the animal to protect its legs from injuries during racing or traveling. Horse boots are typically wrapped […]

How to Improve Fluency ⋆ How To Dressage

How to Improve Fluency ⋆ How To Dressage

You may have noticed the term “fluency” mentioned in the directives on your dressage score sheets. Although it’s a crucial component of the overall impression of the test, fluency is a little understood term that’s often overlooked by riders. In this article, we tell you everything you need to know about fluency, including why it’s […]

Toggi Outdoor Winter Collection – love the outdoors

Toggi Outdoor Winter Collection – love the outdoors

When it comes to winter, only one thing is certain…we can never really know exactly what weather to expect!  As a result, our wardrobes must be able to cope with every eventuality – from freezing temperatures and snow drifts to torrential downpours, howling gales and occasionally, unseasonably warm weather. Blending outstanding performance with comfort and […]

Equine Bio-security is simple with Equine Bio Fluid

Equine Bio-security is simple with Equine Bio Fluid

Multi-purpose, eco-friendly disinfectant launches for the equine industry.  The coronavirus pandemic has made everyone aware of the need for bio-security. While research is ongoing into pets and horses carrying coronavirus, we are all aware that our horses are at risk of carrying and passing on infectious diseases and viruses, the equine flu pandemic of 2019 […]

How to Ride an 8-Meter Circle ⋆ How To Dressage

How to Ride an 8-Meter Circle ⋆ How To Dressage

Once you and your horse reach British Dressage Advanced Medium level, you will be required to perform 8-meter circles or voltes. The exercise is asked for in both trot and canter and is a challenging figure that needs a supple, well-balanced horse. Of course, once your horse can perform 10-meter circles, there’s no reason not […]

Horse & Country and training app Ridesum announce wide-ranging content and community partnership 

Horse & Country and training app Ridesum announce wide-ranging content and community partnership 

London, United Kingdom – November 10th 2020 – Leading international equestrian sports network Horse & Country (H&C) and training app Ridesum today announced a partnership that will see the two companies working together across a number of key areas. H&C and Ridesum are both digitally led organisations specialising in high quality video content, and both […]

Different Types of Martingale – Equitrader

Different Types of Martingale – Equitrader

Here the Society of Master Saddlers look at the different styles of martingale available today. Read on to find out more… Different Types of Martingale A martingale is a piece of tack which is usually used to control head carriage and act as an additional form of control.  There are several different types of martingale […]

Miscanthus Horse Bedding from Terravesta Equine

Miscanthus Horse Bedding from Terravesta Equine

Growing in popularity, Miscanthus Horse Bedding from Terravesta Equine is the ideal choice for horse owners looking for a bedding that is easy to use, good for your horse and good for the environment. Made from finely chopped Miscanthus, which is grown by British Farmers, the bedding is 100% natural and fully traceable from the […]

How to Ride a 10-Meter Loop ⋆ How To Dressage

How to Ride a 10-Meter Loop ⋆ How To Dressage

In dressage tests from British Dressage Novice level, a 10-meter loop is sometimes included in the test plan. Although the exercise sounds pretty straightforward, it’s often ridden badly, costing precious marks unnecessarily. In this article, we explain how to ride a 10-meter loop correctly. What is a 10-meter loop? A 10-meter loop is basically a […]

How to Ride Working Canter ⋆ How To Dressage

How to Ride Working Canter ⋆ How To Dressage

When you begin riding dressage tests from British Dressage Preliminary level onwards, you will be asked to show “working canter.” For most young horses and those changing disciplines, for example, ex-racers, canter is the most difficult gait to master. In this article, you can learn everything you need to know about how to ride a […]