You will find many classic styled items with a modern twist. Perfect for the warmer weather that is just around the corner.
Be confident in this womens softshell gilet while controlling your warmth and maintaining versatility.
Find those hidden treasures in the mens leisure wear. Products ranging from the classic fleece gilet to shirts and breathable coats in the sale!
Top of the range breeches designed for competing and casual wear. You can be confident with your appearance whether you are showing or in the stable.
In the warm spring/summer months, keep your child safe with the highly visible range including tabbards, hat bands and covers and so much more.
Introduce your children into the fashion world with the very modern childrens leisure wear range. Perfect for casual activities while being confidently stylish.
Are you looking for easy access and added riding comfort? These short boots are just what you need for wearing around the yard.
These full grain European leather boots feature a contoured fit through ankle and are designed with grip and endurance in mind.
With the warmer weather creeping in, your horse will appreciate an insect and sun barrier while staying comfortable and cool.
Treat your horse to the most comfortable head collars finished in full leather and featuring brass buckles and clasps.
Haynets are a great way to keep your stable tidy, they are perfect for transportation and just a few examples of horse benefits include controlled feeding and a boredom buster.
Find your yard and stable essentials ranging from mounting blocks, dressage cones to barrow bags.
This smart and classic countryside coat is perfect for man's best friend. Ultra comfortable for your dog and an added bonus of harness compatible.
This attractive leather lined collar will look gorgeous on your dog whether you will be out in the countryside or simply making those heads turn every day.
Gifts for women, men, children and for your beloved horse. Whether you are looking for a special gift for a horse lover or you are thinking about treating yourself, you will definitely find the perfect gift!
Treats ranging from stress and boredom busters to treat bars and refills - your horse will be endlessly occupied. Choose from scented and non scented toys to add something different to your stable.
LeMieux is renowned for the luxurious Merino lambskin which adds comfort and eliminates the need for gel pads. Designed for every horse and rider, you can even style yourself to match your horse.
Renowned for the vibrant orange products, Schockemohle design all products with comfort in mind for both horse and rider. The desired added shock absorption and slip resistant saddle pads are spread evenly across the horse's back.
Grab a bargain with the wide range of clothing and accessories for all riders at a lower price.
From lightweight turnout rugs to haynets, you can find essentials at a reduced cost.
Last week the racing world came to a halt as three horses from Cheshire tested positive for equine flu. Horses from one yard had run at race meetings at Ayr, Ludlow and Wolverhampton the previous day, potentially exposing many other animals to the highly contagious disease.
The decision to cancel race days was not taken lightly by the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) but as a necessary precaution to help prevent the potential spread of the disease. Since then cases have been identified in other counties across the country in both unvaccinated and vaccinated horses (as the three from Cheshire were), highlighting there is not complete effectiveness against the current strain.
Equine Influenza (EI) presents similarly to human flu with horses experiencing a dry cough, nasal discharge, raised temperature and lethargy. Although symptoms in vaccinated horses last a few days, more in unvaccinated animals, the effects on performance and full recovery can take weeks. There is no evidence to suggest the disease is harmful to humans.
The respiratory disease is incredibly contagious and can be passed from horse to horse directly and indirectly through airborne particles from coughing animals. It can spread over a wide area in this way which is why it is so important to isolate any equine showing signs of EI.
Racing yesterday resumed and it is looking likely that many meetings will go ahead this weekend, but the outbreak is not just contained to the racing industry. Of three separate cases identified in Scotland, Kent and Derbyshire this week none were thoroughbreds, but all had either recently arrived from Ireland or been in contact with other imported horses. For this reason, the British Equestrian Federation recommends isolating any imported horses for a minimum of 21-days.
The Animal Health Trust’s guidelines recommend owners remain vigilant to the symptoms of EI and re-vaccinate any horses if their vaccination was carried out more than 6 months ago. Isolate any horse showing signs of EI and contact your vet. They also urge owners to consider current biosecurity measures at their yards alongside good hygiene practice.