A horse found abandoned in South London at just a few months old has made an amazing transformation and is enjoying a new lease of life as a companion for young racehorses with her Suffolk rehomers, the Southcott family.
When World Horse Welfare Field Officer Nick White first visited Polaris in January 2016, he found her in fly-grazing in a field on Purley Way in Croydon with one other young foal and a mare in poor condition.
Roll Up for the Biggest Circus In Town!
This coming New Year’s Day, ditch the sofa surfing for a fun day out in the capital and grab your horsey fix with entertainment, costumes and colour inspired by the circus world as ‘All The Queen’s Horses’ take to London’s streets in The London New Year’s Day Parade 2018.
Amongst the jugglers, cheerleaders, acrobats, and marching bands participating in this annual parade on 1st January 2018, a team of 60 horses will be taking to the streets of London dressed to thrill under this show’s theme heading ‘Circus & The Showman’.
The Burghley Gold Collection takes inspiration from a simple snaffle horse bit and re-works this classic design principle into a beautiful contemporary collection that leads the field in equestrian and country inspired fine jewellery. Read more
Featuring the brand’s ‘new generation’ seat that incorporates a slim line centre. This offers the rider a deeper seat position, allowing for a closer and more connected feel with the horse and ultimately clearer communication through the rider’s aids. Read more
The 62-year-old won the NAEC Stoneleigh Stakes on 15-year-old stallion Argento, claiming a victory that underlined his past experience as the jump-off riders were able to plot their own route in what they hoped would be the quickest time. Read more
The Princess Royal to be honoured at the Longines Ladies Awards 2016
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, is to be presented with the prestigious Longines Ladies Awards which takes place at The Natural History Museum, London, on Monday 13th June 2016.
The Longines Ladies Awards celebrates women who have consistently achieved at the highest level within the equestrian world and made a significant contribution to the equestrian industry through their work. Previous winners of the highly respected award include Her Royal Highness Princess Haya Al Hussein, Sylvie Robert, Criquette Head-Maarek, Jing Li, Bo Derek, Princess Zahra Aga Khan, Athina Onassis de Miranda and Sophie Thalmann.