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Charlotte Dujardin, girl dancing horse, Carl Hester, Charlotte Dujardin autobiography

This autobiography by British dressage rider, Charlotte Dujardin, is a gem. It’s an absolute must-read, not only for dressage riders but for all riders, horse-lovers, and sports enthusiasts, as well as thousands of moms and dads who stand behind their children’s dreams and know the joy and anguish of competition.

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Horse rescue administrator discovers nature’s way of dealing with common allergic reaction.

Regardless of the quality of the hay being provided, key nutrients are missing and must be supplemented to achieve optimal health and prevent deficiencies over time. Ration balancers, such as Equilizer and Optimal, offer a low-calorie, low-sugar and starch option, in a convenient, easy-to-measure pellet form, that will meet the vitamin and mineral needs of horses receiving only hay or pasture.

WHOA Dust, Improve horse footing

WHOA Dust™ provides effective and economical dust control that is scientifically proven to be safe for the environment, animals, and people, while it increases the tensile strength of footing for better support, traction, and concussion absorption. WHOA Dust™ also reduces watering by up to 80 percent as it stops the dust from rising, retains moisture, and reduces maintenance time and costs.

World-renowned saddle manufacturer Schleese has done it again! Together with former eventer and new General Manager of the company, Miriam Boutros Dale, the Schleese team has designed and made an incredibly light and comfortable new jumping saddle. The new “LightFlight” has been tested by Canadian Olympian Edie Tarves, who said, “this saddle affords me the closest contact I have ever felt and lets my horse move with wonderful freedom!“

Jochen Schleese, equine ergonomist,  schleese saddlery, female horse saddles

My Passion - Helping Horses Worldwide! In 1984, after qualifying for the European Championships, I had to retire my beautiful Hanoverian gelding, Pirat, for lameness, and my riding career came abruptly to an end. I wish I knew then what I have learned in the past 35-plus years as a Certified Master Saddler consulting with equine professionals around the world.

The energy requirements of the lactating mare increase by 75 percent in relation to those of the horse in maintenance, and by 43 percent in relation to the needs of the mare at the end of gestation. In fact, the energy requirements of lactating mares are roughly equivalent to those of horses in intense exercise, such as racehorses!

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Manitoba Horse Council

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Riding Vactions in California with Jec Ballou

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"I Love Horses" adult colouring book
 

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