This week the winners of the SPOGA Innovation Award in 2016, Equisense, have launched another high-tech equine centric product.
Imagine being able to accurately measure your horse’s daily activity, build a picture of his health and well-being, track any changes and be alerted in the event of an accident or if colic is suspected?
As many of you know October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month , which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease.
Running a charity project for the second year running, to show support for the campaign is luxury boot and shoe manufacturers Fairfax and Favor.
While many owners get around to clipping in late October, many, particularly ones with hairier natives, are clipping more regularly. Wanda really struggles in the heat and she gets a good trim every 4 weeks and a full clip every 6-8 weeks, depending how quickly her hair is growing
With a social media leak earlier this week, Woof Wear fans had a taste of things to come with their inspired new medical hoof boot, which is now available from UK Stockists. Social media was alight with the news, with Woof wear deciding to push the product to launch earlier than expected
Priced at £65 for a set of 4 brushes, the HAAS collection is a top end choice for riders wanting the ultimate in brush tech for their horses. Made in Germany, the HAAS website explains that many of their brushes now use specially selected synthetic materials as the basis for all brushes and combs. You may think this lessens the quality and makes them feel a little ‘plastic’ but by using synthetics their brushes can offer: better hygiene (as all products are washable), increased reliability and longevity, comfortable handling (they all have a hand strap like a body brush), water resistance, retention of bristles and a stronger build quality. Looks wise, I couldn’t tell the difference between these brushes and some of my natural ones….
With the wet winter our paddocks and hacking fields are less than desirable and it’s been tough keeping my horses in nice condition – even Wanda the super cob is fed up with mud and all that is entails…
Poor Wanda has been suffering with rather scabby legs recently – the start of Mud Fever I think. The lovely team at Equimins have provided us with some products to test so we can try to get her legs healed and protected in time for the really nasty weather. Watch this space for some video […]
Feeding a cob can be quite a balancing act. Wanda needs fibre and the right amount of nutrients in order to keep her in tip top condition, but she also can bloat and put on weight very easily. Over the winter there has been little grass available and I’ve needed to supplement Wanda’s diet with […]