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Buy Four Bales of HorseHage – Get a FREE HorseHage Net!

Take advantage of our special promotion to get a FREE HorseHage Net (RRP: £7.99) when you buy four bales or more of HorseHage (any variety).

The HorseHage small mesh feeding net is strong and rot-resistant and has rings at the top to make it easier to fill.

The net is designed to hold up to two slices of HorseHage (or other forage) and has smaller mesh holes compared to standard hay nets, to prolong feeding time. Being slightly smaller than the traditional hay nets, the HorseHage net hangs well off the ground, and together with the small mesh size, this means that there is less likelihood of a horse becoming entangled. The smaller mesh also helps prevent forage falling on the floor.

To apply for your free HorseHage Net, simply purchase four or more bales of HorseHage from your stockist after 31st August 2014 and keep your till receipt showing this purchase. Download our form from HERE, print off, fill in and post with your receipt to: FAO: D.Harris, HorseHage Competition, Mark Westaway & Son, Love Lane Farm, Marldon, Paignton, Devon, TQ3 1SP.

This promotion closes on 31st December 2014 (while stocks last).

Alternatively you can use an entry form available from your local HorseHage stockist and enter our competition to ‘Win a Year’s Supply of HorseHage’ at the same time.


Terms & Conditions for HorseHage Net Promotion

Applicants must provide name, address, telephone number, email address and must enclose a valid receipt for the purchase of four or more bales of HorseHage from a UK stockist.

Purchase must not have been made before 1st September 2014.

Only one HorseHage Net per receipt may be claimed.

Promotion may also be entered via entry forms available from HorseHage stockists.

This promotion will run until 31st December 2014 OR until stocks run out. HorseHage Nets will be sent out to the first 500 applicants.

This promotion is open to UK residents only. Overseas applications are not eligible.

No trade, consumer groups or third party applications accepted.

HorseHage Marketing Ltd reserves the right to cancel this promotion at any stage if deemed necessary in the opinion of the company and if circumstances arise that are outside the company’s control.

Applicants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them when entering this promotion.

HorseHage Nets will be posted within 28 days of receipt of application, while stocks last, or until promotion closes.

By applying for this promotion you are agreeing to receive marketing communications from HorseHage.

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Win £500 In Our Retail Display Competition

HorseHage Range

Calling all HorseHage stockists!  Enter the HorseHage Retail Display Competition and you could win £500!

HorseHage are looking for innovative and eye-catching retail sales displays to promote their high quality bagged forage to consumers this autumn.  It can be either a window display or an in-store showcase.

To enter, just take up to three photographs of your HorseHage display and email them along with your name, business address, telephone number and the dates your display will be running from and until, to

Entries need to be in by midnight on 31st October 2014 and displays need to be on show for a minimum of two weeks.

The winning entry will receive a cheque for £500!

Here are a few top tips to get you started:

Your display should stand out to catch the customer’s eye – ask your regional producer about point of sale items such as banners, brochures and posters.

Make sure your images are high resolution (at least 300dpi) – ideally taken with a camera and not a mobile phone.

Make sure your display is safe and secure to avoid accidents to staff and/or customers.

HorseHage will be running a marketing campaign from September to the end of the year with full page advertising in consumer and trade publications, and will also be running a consumer offer from September to the end of the year (while stocks last) – ‘Buy 4 Bales of HorseHage – Get A Free HorseHage Net!’. Consumers will need to send off till receipt and downloadable coupon from website to redeem direct with HorseHage.

Terms & Conditions for HorseHage Retail Display Competition

1. Entrants must provide the following information when entering this competition: Name, business address, telephone number, and dates that display will run from and to, plus high resolution digital image(s) of their display. Each entry may submit up to three high resolution images.

2. The competition is open to UK businesses only. Overseas entrants are not eligible. Participants must be HorseHage stockists and have HorseHage for sale throughout the duration of this competition (1st September 2014 to 31st October 2014)

3. Competition closes at midnight on 31st October 2014.

4. No consumer groups or third party applicants accepted.

5. Displays may be in-store or window displays and must be on show for a minimum of two weeks.

6. Entries must be emailed to

7. There will be one winner drawn who will receive a cheque for £500.

8. The promoter reserves the right to substitute the prizes with the alternatives of equal value in circumstances beyond its control.

9. Winners may be required to take part in publicity.

10. HorseHage Marketing Ltd’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

11. Prizes must be taken as stated and cannot be deferred.
There is no cash alternative.

12. HorseHage Marketing Ltd reserves the right to cancel a competition at any stage, if deemed necessary in the opinion of the company, and if circumstances arise which are outside the company’s control.

13. Entrants will be deemed to have accepted these rules and to agree to be bound by them when entering this competition.

14. The laws of England and Wales govern this agreement. The competition is promoted by HorseHage Marketing Ltd.

15. By entering this competition you are agreeing to receive marketing communications from HorseHage.

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HorseHage Supports Beth Langley at Alltech World Equestrian Games

Beth Langley

We are proud to announce our support of endurance rider, Beth Langley, with High Fibre HorseHage whilst she competes at the Alltech World Equestrian Games in Normandy in August.

Twenty-three-year-old Beth will be competing on Mrs Cate Langley’s 16-year-old, 14hh, pure-bred Arabian, HS Ametista. The pair has already represented Great Britain five times and will be riding a route of 160km on 28th August alongside the other four team members, competing for both team and individual medals.

HS Ametista (or Tissy, as she is known at home) was bred by Mrs S Watts of Halsdon Arabians and Beth has been competing in endurance with her for nine years.

Said a delighted Beth: “I am thrilled that HorseHage is supporting us again – We have had High Fibre HorseHage at every championship that Tissy has been to.”

“I never imagined that the pony I grew up with will be the one that takes me to my first World Equestrian Games – not many disciplines can say that! I’m so excited at being part of Equestrian Team GBR! My family, who are also my very valued crew, have never missed a ride and will be out there with me. It’s wonderful to have such great support and backing from them and also my sponsors.”

High Fibre HorseHage is made from selected ryegrasses that have been allowed to mature before harvesting to attain higher fibre, lower protein and lower energy levels. This makes it a great choice for leisure horses or those resting, convalescing or laminitic. It also provides an excellent fibre source for competition horses being fed high levels of concentrate.

TIS Qualifier

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Janou Bleekman Takes Irish Junior Crown at Tattersall

Janou Bleekman

Tattersalls Irish National Junior Championships CCI 1* produced a convincing winner in Granntevka Prince, ridden by our youngest sponsored rider, Janou Bleekman, who led the dressage with a fabulous score of 36.3 – over three marks ahead of the second best test.

Prince (as he is known at home) is owned by Gerry and David Mills from Cornwall and was in spectacular form with Janou, storming around the cross country and show jumping, adding no further penalties  and increasing their winning margin to an amazing 9.5 penalties ahead of the eventual runner up – Great Britain’s Annie Keir with Flying Machine.

A delighted Janou said, “Prince was brilliant all week. He is such a lovely horse to ride and gave me a real buzz in all three phases. He is a new ride for me this season and it is wonderful to have a horse that has been so beautifully produced – and whose father was one of our own stallions!”

Granntevka Prince was bred by David and Gerry from a mare by local Thoroughbred stallion, Prince of Peace, using the Bleekmans’ stallion, Grannex .

He has had a wonderful career with Lucy Weigersma previously – among their many triumphs was winning the CCI 3* at the Blenheim International in 2009.  A decision was made by the Mills to let him drop down to Junior level, and hopefully Young Riders in the future, and to enjoy him competing with a young jockey rising up through the ranks.

Janou’s father, Edward, is Dutch and she represents The Netherlands when competing internationally, but is based in the UK in Devon.

She said, “It is the first time for me to stand on the podium for the Dutch anthem – and, we believe, the first time our flag has been raised at an Irish three-day-event. I was very proud and now my aim with Prince is to represent Holland in the Junior European Championships if we are selected.”

With her other seasoned campaigner, Prince Apollo, Janou finished just outside the money in the CCI 2* Under 25, finishing again on their dressage score.

“My ‘Princes’ have been stars at Tattersalls.” said Janou.  “It has been an amazing week!”

Janou Bleekman

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Mollichaff Condition Works A Treat For Troy!


Troy, a 16.2hh, nine-year-old Trakehner owned by Karen Freeman from Devon, always struggled to keep his weight on during the winter months.

Like many horse owners, Karen is busy working full time and spends any spare time riding and caring for her horse, who she has owned since he was just six months old, and her life revolves around him.

Troy Stocky

Feeding in the past had been quite a trial for Karen as Troy is a fussy feeder and she tried various products and supplements, trying to mix and match to get something to work but to no avail and he still lost weight, despite just being on light to medium work through the winter.

Then last year Karen visited our trade stand at Badminton so decided to explain the problem and see if we could recommend a product that would help Troy to build up some weight and condition.

The team recommended Mollichaff Condition – a highly digestible, high fibre, high oil and low starch mix, which can be fed as a complete concentrate feed alongside good quality forage.

It contains a balanced blend of alfalfa, dried grass, oat straw, fibre pellets, barley, soya flakes, soya oil and mint as well as Yea-sacc® and a prebiotic, plus vitamins, minerals and trace elements.


Soya oil provides essential fatty acids to help improve skin condition and encourage a healthy, glossy coat. Yea-sacc® and a prebiotic help maintain a healthy digestive system, along with mint, which is particularly palatable to horses.

Said Karen, “The team at HorseHage were extremely helpful and advised me to get rid of all the different types of feed and supplements and just to feed six round scoops of Mollichaff Condition per day, split into a minimum of two feeds, alongside good forage.”

“At first I thought this sounded a huge amount and that it would cost a fortune, but in fact it actually saved me money as I got rid of two other feeds and supplements.”

“Troy has been on Mollichaff Condition right through the winter and this spring was the best he has ever looked! My friends have all been asking me what he’s on and I no longer have to reel off a list! It is also so easy to feed and I don’t need to leave lots of complicated feeding instructions at the yard when I am away with work, and best of all, he seems to enjoy it and looks great!”

Said Chris Tar of HorseHage, “The Mollichaff range of complete feeds are fibre-based and offer a much more natural method of feeding compared to cereals. It is important to remember that when feeding a complete feed that it should always be fed at the recommended levels for optimum results.”

MolliChaff Condition

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