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Small silver lining after shoplifting

Retailers have to deal with shoplifters on a regular basis and unfortunately equestrian retailers are no different. Rangiora Equestrian Supplies recently were the victims of...

FIRE! Here’s what you need to know

Raging bushfires are – thankfully – not common in New Zealand. But with more extremes in weather patterns forecast, and in particular drought conditions...

Vanessa Way: working without conflict

I’ve always had really good trainers who’ve been very much for the welfare of the young horse. Most of the riding I do with...

John Cottle: master and commander

John Cottle is one of New Zealand’s most highly-regarded riders and trainers, and has had a hand in the careers of many other successful...

Supplying the power when you need it

“NRM Ultimate Sport allows my horses to stay focused but provides them with the power when they need it – a great new feed...

Equisense Motion: Take your training to the next level

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MT8b-7HRs7w?rel=0&showinfo=0] Equisense Motion is the first connected device developed specifically for equestrian sports. It was developed by a group of young, passionate French riders...

Travel: A riding holiday in central Argentina

Endless views of pampas grass hills from the back of a perfectly behaved and incredibly comfortable horse, and the knowledge that a claw-foot bath,...

Sculpting a legend: Zabeel

Five years ago, Nicola Lewis was the chief financial officer for a Waikato dairy company. Now, she spends her days up to her elbows...

Separation anxiety: how herbs can help

Separation anxiety is quite natural for herd animals like horses, and it can be distressing both for the horses and for us as owners. In...

Toxins in feed – is your horse at risk?

Horse owners have heard much about the dangers of mycotoxins from fungi in our grasslands in New Zealand, but recent evidence shows that the...

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