hover
hover

Is Your Horse Fit For Hunting?

With the hunting season nearly upon us, thinking about your horse’s fitness is extremely important. A fit and well- conditioned horse will have reduced chance of injury and a higher chance of looking and feeling great at the end of the season. Exper...

Read more
hover
hover

Sarcoids in horses

Sarcoids are by far the most common skin cancer in horses with some reporting them to account for 90% (results spanning from 36-90%) of all skin neoplasms in horses.  They affect all equids and all breeds with no age or sex predisposition. There are ...

Read more
hover
hover

Take control of flies says Zoetis

Flies, mosquitoes and midges are not good news for your horse. At best they bring considerable stress and bother, causing lumps, swellings, sores, rashes and itchy skin. They may trigger conjunctivitis and headshaking. At worst they can contaminate wounds...

Read more

Blog Categories

Latest Posts

5 Expert Tips for Video Recording Your Horseback Riding
Horse Allergies Don’t Need To Be A Nightmare
Looking at the Best Irish Horses to Run in the Grand National

Shop in the HorsePlay Shop