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Emily King’s first HorseHage Blog

November 17, 2017

Welcome to the first blog from our latest sponsored rider, Emily King (21).  Following in her mother’s footsteps, Emily, who is just 21 years of age, competed at her first event aged just 12 and represented Great Britain at the age of 15, finishing 7th overall. She won individual silver at the Junior Europeans in [...]

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Great Show Offers at Your Horse Live on Mollichaff Complete!

November 8, 2017

If you’re going to Your Horse Live this weekend (11th – 12th November), don’t miss our great show offers on the Mollichaff Complete range! We will be selling Mollichaff Condition Complete at just £6 per bag (RRP: £10.50), and Mollichaff Calmer Complete and Mollichaff HoofKind Complete at just £5 per bag (RRP: £9.50) on HorseHage [...]

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Marvin’s Story

October 12, 2017

Here we feature the story of Marvin (Spot of Luck) and his owner, Julia Wilkinson, of County Durham. The pair won HorseHage sponsorship for one year and featured in a major advertising campaign. You may also have spotted them on our tradestand back drop at the shows and events we attend. “My horse Marvin (Spot [...]

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Spencer’s Latest Blog – October 2017

October 4, 2017

It’s been a hectic end to the summer. I have been looking for some new staff to help keep things running smoothly here on the yard at home, especially when I am away competing. This has been harder than I envisaged, with one person not even turning up for the interview! However we are now [...]

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HorseHage – Flying The Flag For Forage

September 4, 2017

Choosing the type of forage to feed your horse or pony should be the most important feed decision you make, as up to 100% of the equine diet should be provided by forage. Hay can often contain dust and mould spores and soaking and steaming it is time consuming and not always successful. The nutritional [...]

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