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  • Update from Camilla Hardie!

    We’ve had a busy few months since my last update… Firstly was The Blue Chip Show Jumping Championships, for the 5th consecutive year, Beau and Dougal went for their customary More…

  • Update from Sarah Gadd!

    Last weekend we went to Pachesham Equestrian Centre for the Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) South East Championships. Although we have taken part in RoR sections at some British Eventing competitions, More…

  • Sarc-Ex – Jenna and Chukka

    This is ‘Chukka’ my 23yr old new Zealand bred polo mare who I have owned since late July. She was purchased through a horse sale as a happy hack, where More…

  • Update from Sarah Gadd

    We have had a week of mixed emotions here which started early Saturday morning when we said a very sad good bye to the lovely Diaz. I was incredibly sorry to More…

  • Roo Fox Burghley Update

    Roo Fox chats to us after the dressage phase, she produced a great test but landed in an unlucky placing, shes hoping to whizz round the cross country later on More…


AlphaBute Super & Pollene-X – Karen and Chieffy

22nd August 2017

When Karen’s cob, Chieftains Tanks ( or Chieffy as he is known at home) suffered a knee injury a few years ago, she was told to only expect him to cope with light hacking in the future. Chieffy was put onto Bute to help manage the pain and inflammation in his knee, however Karen began […]

GlobalVite and SkratchPlus – Andy & Dianne and Lola

17th August 2017

Andy and Dianne Birdsall run one of our stockists in West Yorkshire, The Riding Habit, but they also show their team of Shetland ponies and run their own stud Claylands Shetland pony stud. One member of their herd is Claylands Golden Gift, or Lola as she is known at home. Andy and Dianne use GlobalVite, SkratchPlus […]

SuperCalm- Lester and Cadno

17th August 2017

Lester got in touch with us after using SuperCalm on his driving pony, Cwmmeudwy Cadno. 2 years ago Cadno suffered a trauma after an incident where a stunt motorbike driver unexpectedly landed next to him and revved the engine, causing him to take flight in the carriage.  Thankfully Lesters wife, Lynnie was able to redeem him, […]

Update from Sarah Gadd- The Royal International Horse Show

10th August 2017

So far team Gadd have been having a great season, despite it not being quite what we had planned considering both Milli and Diaz are out of action, but Roxie has been going out and having fun doing a bit of everything! The weekend before last I had a very hectic but exciting weekend taking […]

Equine Sarcoids: The Basics

25th July 2017

  Sarcoids are the most common skin tumour of horses worldwide, they have a wide range of appearances, behaviours, and characteristics which makes each sarcoid slightly different and make them challenging for vets to treat. They can develop anywhere on the body but are most commonly found in certain areas, including:   The eyes/ears Muzzle/lips […]

Equine Arthritis

20th July 2017

Equine Arthritis: An Overview For most horse owners we buy horses in order to have fun and partake in different athletic activities, whether that’s a sedate hack around the block or heading off and competing at Badminton, we all want our horses to do something.   Unfortunately, lameness is a relatively common problem affecting horses of […]

Airway Plus – Louise and Indie

12th July 2017

Louise’s 8 year old Appaloosa pony Indie in insulin resistant and had a nasty cough. After one course of Airway Plus, which she found easy and palatable, the cough cleared up quickly.

On the Hoof

6th July 2017

Perfect Hooves The old adage of ‘no foot, no horse’ is as true today as it was a hundred years ago, and I believe it will still be true in a hundred years’ time.  If you have ever owned a horse that has poor horn quality, you will know all too well the frustrations and […]

Shake it off…

22nd June 2017

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 and shouldn’t be taken lightly. The abnormal movements range from small “tics” to severe and distressing jerking of the head. Most horses will shake their […]

Starting from Scratch…

20th June 2017

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 it are relatively easy.  If only it stopped there! The difficulty, unfortunately, is not in spotting the problem but in diagnosing and treating the problem. […]