Hot weather combined with the physiological stress of travelling and competing can increase the risk of dehydration in horses which is likely to compromise performance and recovery.
Pooh has been on flying form as always! Our first event was rather unfortunate as Pooh was too bold jumping, however after a couple of training sessions we've had three fantastic runs!
The roller-coaster ride that is horses hasn’t stopped! Due to exams, the first half of May was very quiet, and June saw me take Larry (Mum’s horse) to Pony Club Senior Camp in preparation for my B Test.
We have been doing lots of training and had a quick trip over to Sheepgate Premier League for the day. It was well worth the early start!
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Whilst we have all been enjoying the sunny weather there is no doubt that the grass is suffering with brown, bare paddocks a common sight. So what does a hot, dry spell mean for our grazing and the horses on it?
Over the last few months there has been lots of eventing, a yard move and scorching weather! The horses have so far (touch wood) all been on very good form this season!
Dengie is delighted to be able to support Devon based adventurer, horse trainer and free rider, Emma Massingale.
Still basking in the glory of his success at Chatsworth, Corey had a few quiet days but then I could wait no longer. IT was time to have a pop and he didn’t disappoint.
Dengie is delighted to be able to support the Turnbull family and the Ashton Stud. The Scottish-based stud was established in 1989 and is the home of renowned sport horse breeders and producers.
The competition season is well underway and many of you will be out competing. We have been speaking to our ambassadors and asked them to share their top tips for course walking.