Tag Archives: outdoors

#HQHack1000

What is #HQHack1000? #HQHack1000 is a countrywide equestrian challenge. The goal is to hack 1000km in your chosen horse-rider combination. This can be done over any time period and we will be running this challenge online and in the magazine for the next year. Competitive riders across the country have joined with us to make this project an exciting reality. ...

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The benefit of riding out

The saying, “A change is as good as a holiday,” is very relevant to the way we work our horses. Including regular outrides in the training schedule provides a mental and physical tonic for horses, and benefits them in numerous ways. Mental benefits “Two consecutive days of training in the arena is as much as most horses can mentally cope ...

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Stable yards abroad

Many of us are not able to keep our horses on our own property, which ultimately means that we opt for livery stabling at a yard we trust. The yard we pick depends on several deciding factors, such as our discipline, how competitive we want to be, the type of facilities we want, the distance from our homes and work, ...

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Happy hacking

  Hacking out has many physical and psychological benefits for your horse. While some riders might find hacking to be boring in comparison to a schooling session, our horses need a break from the arena every now and then, firstly to prevent them becoming arena-sour and secondly because hacking provides your horse with a very different mental stimulation. For some ...

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