This might sound like a truly ridiculous question but bear with us! There’s more to the idea than first meets the eye! The curious amongst you may have seen that some equestrians are suggesting that goldfish could be the solution to algae growth in horse troughs. Horse and Hound decided to investigate the matter further […]
A field full of buttercups can be a beautiful sight. But could the little yellow flowers pose a danger for your horse?
With the show season around the corner, the weather lifting (hopefully), and the sun poking out, the Spring has started to work its way into action. This means that there are a number of things that horse owners must start to consider to make sure their horses are fit, happy and healthy. Luckily, the days […]
You will have made a significant investment in your horse rugs and so it is well worth taking the time to look after them. A well-cared for rug will remain in good condition for longer and so will provide the best protection for your horse. It is essential that you clean your rugs regularly and […]
If you own a horse, then manure is a fact of life. A single horse can produce up to 8 tons of manure every year. But what is the best thing to do with the doo-doo? Composting is certainly a great idea. The composting process will reduce the size of your manure pile by half. […]