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Team HorseHage Riders Are Looking Ahead To Success

Posted by on July 21, 2015 at 5:48 pm

Bert Sheffield Lincolnshire-based para-dressage rider, Bert Sheffield, who is on the Canadian para squad, is working hard towards her aim of selection for Rio next year and was recently one of twenty Canadian active, national senior team athletes awarded the ‘AthletesCAN’ bursary which provides funds for valuable training. She is currently number one on the [...]

Latest Blog from Spencer Roe – 23rd May 2015

Posted by on May 27, 2015 at 11:06 am

For the last six weeks I’ve been spending a lot of time competing in France going to a few 3* shows before heading to the Nations Cup competition in La Baule. Here’s what I’ve been up to since my last blog… Hardelot Jess and I headed out early on a Wednesday morning for Hardelot in [...]

Competition Convenience with HorseHage!

Posted by on May 19, 2015 at 12:14 pm

HorseHage makes the perfect partner when it comes to making your choice of forage to take to competitions. It is very convenient for travelling as it’s highly compressed into half its original size and packed into handy sized bales which are heat-sealed and double-skinned to avoid puncturing. They can be stored outside or on a [...]

Roberta Sheffield to Compete at CPEDI3* in Doha, Qatar

Posted by on January 29, 2015 at 4:59 pm

Our sponsored para-dressage rider, Roberta Sheffield, is to represent Canada at the Al Shaqab CPEDI3*, Doha, Qatar in March. Roberta (Bert), who is based in the UK, in Lincolnshire, will compete the eight-year-old Anglo European mare, Double Agent (Darcy), owned by Frances Sheffield, in this prestigious invitation-only dressage event. The Donnersohn mare was bred by [...]

Forage Fit for a King!

Posted by on January 26, 2015 at 1:51 pm

We offer four varieties of HorseHage dust-free bagged forage to suit all types of horses and ponies, from a laminitic Shetland to a top, four-star event horse Both the High Fibre and Timothy options can be safely fed to laminitic horses and ponies as the sugar content can be lower than a lot of hays. [...]