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Julia Paterson’s February’s Blog

Posted by on March 20, 2014 at 10:33 am

Well February has been a great month for training, having been so busy with work in January. We have really got stuck in with two days of show jumping training with Susie Gibson at Greenlands Equestrian Centre in Carlisle and three dressage sessions with Claire Dryden, in addition to our first cross country schooling day [...]

HorseHage Supports Island Farm Donkey Sanctuary

Posted by on March 18, 2014 at 1:57 pm

] Island Farm Donkey Sanctuary in Oxfordshire has secured sponsorship from forage and feed manufacturer, HorseHage. The company will provide Mollichaff Donkey – a complete high fibre feed formulated specially for donkeys – for the 120 donkeys under the sanctuary’s care. Island Farm was set up by John McLaren and family in 1983 and is [...]

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

Posted by on February 12, 2014 at 2:42 pm

A Busy Few Months Ahead! Well January is a very busy month for me, in terms of work, so we didn’t get the chance to do as much activity as I’d have liked, but that being said, we have had weekly dressage lessons with Claire who is really happy with our progress and the lessons [...]

Laminitis – Feed Advice for Farriers from HorseHage

Posted by on February 12, 2014 at 2:40 pm

As a farrier, you will very likely be the professional that sees a horse most regularly and will notice any changes in the horse’s condition, temperament and soundness. Therefore it stands to reason that your opinion and expertise is very valuable to a horse owner. One condition that you will have come across regularly, which [...]

Choose High Fibre and Timothy HorseHage for Laminitics!

Posted by on February 3, 2014 at 10:11 am

There is often a misconception that HorseHage is rich in energy and therefore unsuitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis. This is not the case with the High Fibre and Timothy varieties of HorseHage. Forage can vary in quality as well as nutritional composition. Some batches of hay can contain large amounts of sugar [...]