Saracen frequently run campaigns promoting responsible ownership of veteran horses and were keen to help out with feeding these equine stars who give so much pleasure to disabled riders.
World number one dressage rider and double Olympic gold medallist, Charlotte Dujardin went back to the roots of her sport today by riding with the Household Cavalry in Hyde Park, London.
In their first equine catalogue Countrywide Farmers, the UK’s largest equestrian specialists, are providing ‘everything for you, and your horse, all in one place’.
The newly launched catalogue features over 7,000 products including 4,000 new lines and aims to give shoppers more choice than ever before. Ranges include a staggering array of clothing, safety wear and footwear to all you could need for your horse or pony from saddlery, rugs and sheets to bandages and brushing boots. Feed and bedding, grooming and stable supplies are also included in over 150 pages.
Brave police horse Trojan returns to The Horse Trust after a second visit to the Royal Veterinary College for emergency surgery
Former Essex Police horse Trojan has returned to The Horse Trust’s from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) for his second round of emergency surgery this year.
Trojan was first admitted to the RVC in September 2013, where he was treated for tooth spurs, cracked teeth and a severe sinus infection. He had been continuing to eat as normal before he was admitted, not losing even a kilogram in weight. His attitude and bravery led to the revival of his police nicknames, Mr T and The Trojanator! Vets at the RVC did as much work with Trojan as it was safe to, before he came home with a course of antibiotics to clear up the remaining infection.