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HorseHage to Continue with Sponsorship of BRC’s Volunteers Club

Posted by on March 3, 2015 at 9:36 am

We are pleased to announce that we will be continuing with our sponsorship of the Volunteers Club within British Riding Clubs (BRC) for 2015. Local riding clubs are so important and without the help from volunteers, many shows and events that take place throughout the year would not be able to run. Over 33,000 horse [...]

Nine Out Of Ten Horses Prefer HorseHage!

Posted by on January 30, 2015 at 8:14 am

We recently  conducted a survey of horse and pony owners and the findings were impressive. Our primary research established that 92% of owners in our survey said their horse or pony preferred Ryegrass HorseHage to their usual forage. The survey also showed that 6% of horses surveyed showed no preference. The majority of the horses [...]

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 [...]

Millbry Hill Whitehaven Wins National HorseHage Retail Display Competition

Posted by on January 27, 2015 at 1:28 pm

Millbry Hill Country Store at Whitehaven in Cumbria picked up the prize for our national competition for the best in-store/window  display of HorseHage. Store supervisor, Kaye Stanley, designed and set up the winning display and was presented with the prize – a cheque for £500 – by Karen Howarth from HorseHage. Kaye, who is based [...]

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. [...]