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Latest Blog from Julia Paterson on her ‘Route to the Mitsubishi Grass Roots Championships at Badminton’.

Posted by on January 16, 2014 at 3:32 pm

Happy New Year! Well hello again everyone and welcome to my new series of monthly blogs. As you know from the introduction earlier this week, Marvin and I have qualified for the Grassroots Championships at Badminton Horse Trials in May which is extremely exciting and the final piece of our ambition jigsaw. Our training is [...]

HorseHage Supports Amateur Rider for Badminton Grass Roots

Posted by on January 9, 2014 at 2:04 pm

Durham-based amateur rider and horse owner, Julia Paterson, was the winner of a national competition we ran back in 2012 to find a true amateur rider for the brand to support for one year. Her horse, Spot of Luck (or Marvin, as he is known at home) was able to enjoy High Fibre HorseHage and [...]

Complete Nutrition from the HorseHage Stable

Posted by on December 16, 2013 at 4:32 pm

As well as producing a range of four dust-free, bagged forages, HorseHage also produces the Mollichaff range of high fibre feeds. The Mollichaff brand is synonymous with specialist dust-extracted chaffs made from top quality oat and wheat straws which are chopped and lightly dressed with a coating of molasses using a special process that coats [...]

HorseHage Continues Support of Meirionydd Special Riding Group

Posted by on November 14, 2013 at 5:41 pm

HorseHage has announced it is to continue supporting the Meirionydd Special Riding Group – a registered charity and member of the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) based in the Meirionydd region of Wales – which has been providing riding and horse care opportunities to people with physical disabilities, special needs, behavioural difficulties and mental [...]

The Importance of Forage In Your Horse’s Diet.

Posted by on September 24, 2013 at 4:36 pm

Did you know that 70 to 100% of your horse’s diet should be provided by forage? It stands to reason then, that your choice of forage should be the most important feed purchase you make and therefore of the best possible hygienic and nutritional quality possible. Horses have evolved to utilise a high fibre diet, [...]