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  • Shake it off…

    Shake It Off: Headshaking explained At this time of year, vets report a dramatic increase in the number of horses showing signs of “headshaking”. This is a significant neurological disease More…

  • Starting from Scratch…

    Starting from Scratch: A Brief Overview of Summer Skin Complaints Luckily for us the skin is the largest organ in the horse’s body, which means that spotting the problems with More…

  • And Breathe…

    And Breathe: A look at common breathing problems Recurrent airway obstruction (RAO) is a common condition in many different types of horses. It is a performance limiting problem commonly caused by More…

  • Is your horse prone to Laminitis?

    Laminitis is a painful inflammatory condition of the tissues (laminae) that bond the hoof wall to the pedal bone in the horses hoof. It can affect any horse, of any More…

  • Evie Breezes through Vale View

    Despite Evie being very poorly, Breeze has proved to be a continued source of distraction and fun.   Having qualified for trailblazers 2nd rounds at Vale View, we look forward More…

Sarah Gadd

Update from Sarah Gadd

Last weekend, we were competing at Petley Wood Equestrian Centre. This is somewhere we haven’t been before and despite the journey being a bit slow due to the route there involving hardly any motorway roads, mainly B roads, it is somewhere I will go again as the school is lovely with a great surface. I had […]

Sarah’s Marathon

Yesterday was marathon day and I’m very pleased to let you know that I completed the Brighton Marathon, yes all 26.2 miles!! I finished in the top 1/3 of under 35 year olds and in the top 25% of women runners so I couldn’t be happier with how I did, especially for my first marathon! It […]

Sarah Gadd Update – Time Flies When You’re Having Fun!

Sarah is training for the Brighton Marathon to raise money for a charity that’s very close to her heart…   “Well, I don’t know about having fun but surprisingly enough, despite the pain I have been in at times, I am quite enjoying this running training I am currently doing. For those of you who […]

Sarah Gadd Update

It’s time to find out what Team GH rider Sarah Gadd has been up to so far in 2017, here is her first update of the year: “We had a rather quiet December without any competitions before Christmas due to me obtaining a running injury! I got a stress fracture in one of the bones in […]

Sarah Gadd’s Review of 2016 – Part 2

continued… Still Learning (Roxie) Talking of doing things they love best it soon became clear that after a year / 18 months of taking it easy Roxie has thoroughly enjoyed everything she has done this year. Roxie had a quiet start to the year and was just enjoying plenty of hacking. We got to March […]

Sarah Gadd’s Review of 2016 – Part 1

“Well I can’t quite believe it has been a whole year since I was sat down typing my review of 2015, but after what has been a bit of a topsy turvy year with the odd injury thrown in between plenty of ups and downs I’m very pleased with what has been achieved across a […]

Sarah Gadd Update

“I can’t believe it is December tomorrow… where has 2016 gone?! It won’t be long until I start writing my review blog of 2016 and although it doesn’t feel that long since I wrote my last one, there has been a lot that has happened so I’m hoping it will be a good read! Back […]

Sarah Gadd Update

“We had a great weekend out competing last weekend. It was the Area 10 Riding Club Winter Intermediate Show Jumping Qualifier. Roxie was entered and after a last minute withdrawal from the second team I subbed Milli in to make up the team. In the first round 3 out of the 4 team members in […]

Sarah Gadd Update

“We were out competing last weekend with both Roxie and Milli. We went to Duckhurst Farm for a bit of show jumping and they both jumped very well. Roxie was first to jump and we were doing the Horse Quest UK Novice Championship Qualifier, along with 50+ other competitors! This was clearly a popular class with […]

Acid-X – Sarah Gadd’s Review

Team GH rider Sarah Gadd of SG Equestrian recently tried Acid-X on her horse Roxie. She had great results and Roxie was happy to eat it along with all her other supplements.   “Roxie is an ex-racehorse and her digestion hasn’t always been the best. She can also get stressed easily, especially when staying away […]