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How to turn your horse into a cross country machine

Do you enjoy show jumping with your horse and are you ready to tackle the next level? What about cross country for a change? In our blog from last year, we explained everything you need for your first cross country lessons and competitions. Some horses are born brave, others need some extra encouragement. If you do cross-country, you may bump into a lot of things. It is important that your horse can rely on you and that you build up this trust. The more often your horse experiences a positive feeling about an exciting situation, the more confidence your horse gets in you. This also works the other way around, so make sure that you do not ask too much of your horse!
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Guest blog PMO: Estimating live weight

Guest blog PMO: Estimating live weight

Last Friday, an instructor from the Dutch educational institute Paard Mens Onderwijs at Steenwijk, the Netherlands- posted a live video on our Dutch Facebook page about how you can estimate the weight of horses. He promised that he would send us the course material and the related worksheet.
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Mother’s Day is coming!

Mother’s Day is coming!

It’s already Mother’s day within less than a few days. Your mother is your first friend, your best friend, your forever friend. What best way to celebrate that?
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Guest blog Sprenger by JRS: what is the effect of spurs with smooth rowel?

Guest blog Sprenger by JRS: what is the effect of spurs with smooth rowel?

Do you want delicate communication with your horse? There are several different spurs on the market and each has its own effect. When you’re not used to them, rowelled spurs may look rough, but they’re actually very gentle.
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Get ready for shedding season

Get ready for shedding season

Bye, bye cold winter and welcome back slighty warmer weather and long hairs up our noses, in our mouths and eyes, and all over the floor. Shedding season is officially upon us. The hair that is shedding out during the late winter months is very normal and once it’s gone it’s time the horse’s summer coat comes in. Yay! Around this time, when the days grow longer, the horse’s body knows it’s time to start preparing for the summer months and begins to shed out the “winter coat” in preparation for the summer coat. You probably would love to hurry the shedding process along, for your horse's comfort and your own. Luckily, with all the handy currying and clipping equipment available today you don’t have to worry about this! By the time you are done reading this, you will have a complete plan to get your horse sleek and ready for the show ring this summer.
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