The horse and equestrian magazine – Practical tips, advice...

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Buy a driving horse

The purchase of a driving horse can be tricky as it will be ridden as well as used to draw a carriage, work at the three paces and must therefore be docile.

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To buy a horse … without any stress!

In a moment of excitement, in a rush and sometimes under the pressure of someone else, the fact of buying a horse can be a stressful and negative experience.

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Having your horse at home: advantages and disadvantages

After years of owning a horse in a riding stable, you decide to keep your horses at home. Space, shelter, equipment, food, water, are available ... However, have you really thought of everything?

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Buy an allrounder horse

An "All-Rounder" is a horse capable of doing several disciplines, versatile, flexible and open-minded, compliant, curious, who is not afraid of anything and is not reluctant to work...

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How to optimize the storage of your riding equipment?

Most riders, whether they are equine owners or not, end up having a large collection of equipment over the years. Some unique pieces, but also many duplicates in other respects ...

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Weekly work schedule for your horse: ideas and tips for a pleasant routine

Do you own one or more of the horses that you ride? Do you have competition goals, or do you simply want to ride regularly, with a logical approach in terms of work?

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Find the perfect broodmare for a beautiful and good foal

The genetic inheritance of a broodmare determines more than 60% of the qualities of his foal. Even fertile, a stallion is not the absolute guarantee of a successful breeding.

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Bet on the Wrong Horse? The Signs to Look Out For…

Buying a horse is a long-term investment so it is vital to make a good choice. Unfortunately sometimes it is easy to fall into the trap of rushing...