We have had a good but cold day vetting for the Area 16 Riding Clubs Show Cross.
Nice to see our fence getting lots of use.
Lovely to see lots of clients riding and spectating and to see our nurse Sam with her team in the 80 qualify for the Riding Club Championships in May as well as one of our clients Robert who qualified in the 90 in his team.
Good luck for May!
These last few years with my daughter’s pony has been tough one’s, but Ann is always their to help & pass on her expertise & I would feel totally lost if I didn’t have her looking out for us.
I completely trust her judgement & I know she always does her best & has cookie’s best interests at heart.
My daughter’s pony has been a real worry in the past & continues to cause me concern but I know Ann is always on the phone if I have any questions or queries & I cannot thank Ann & the practice enough x
Pasture Management of Acer seedlings in the prevention of atypical myopathy (sycamore poisoning) from hypoglycin A (HGA) toxin in horses
Constant standing around in mud can compromise the health of your horse’s feet. Ensure feet are picked out daily. It may be necessary to bring some horses in each day to allow feet to dry out. Overreach boots may become a necessity to prevent loss of shoes in sticky...
A very useful warning from our friends The British Horse Society