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  1. Meet Caroline and Monty

    Caroline and Monty

    Meet a One Club member is back, and this month we meet Caroline and her horse Monty. Sometimes you meet people and they inspire you. You’re not sure why or how but as soon as we had dialogue with Caroline in our Facebook inbox a couple of years ago, we knew there was something inspiring about this incredible lady. We can’t wait to share this story with you, one of positivity, faith and following your gut. Over to you Caroline:

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  2. How to Reduce Poll Tension

    protechmasta poll guard

    How to reduce tension in the poll. The Poll-Atlas junction is one of the most important parts of your horses’ neck. Learning how to keep this area supple will benefit your horse’s wellbeing as well as improve their ridden work and way of going. This area can become tense and easily strained from everyday riding or from pulling back on a headcollar. We asked Dressage rider and coach Jess Dunn for her advice on how to keep this area supple. Here are her top tips to try on your horse.

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  3. Ride5 for Harry Hall Heroes

    Harry Hall Ride 5

    Yet again if anyone is reading this in the year 2050 they might wonder what we're talking about when we say "now that we can ride again let's all ride 5km, donated £5 and nominate 5 friends" but to us, in 2020 this is a big step in going some way towards getting back to "normal" life. We've come up with a fun campaign to reconnect with friends at a time when we can't see them, all while getting our horses fit and donating money to a fabulous cause!


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  4. An Incredible Recovery

    World Horse Welfare Moses

    When Harry Hall’s charity partner World Horse Welfare told us about Moses, we had to share his story. He was found in 2019 with a horrific headwound and has since gone on to make an incredible recovery, a testament to the amazing team at World Horse Welfare and the work they do. This blog contains images that some might find upsetting.

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  5. Harry Hall Heroes

    Harry Hall Heroes

    We find ourselves living in these unprecedented times, routine is out the window and we’re wondering when we’ll be able to get back to normal, whatever normal is. Harry Hall have been touched by the stories of key workers, both close-to-home and further field keeping us all safe and we had to do something to thank those working on the frontline.


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  6. Meet Tom McEwen

    Tom McEwen

    It’s the Wednesday of what should be Badminton week, the highlight of the spring (and year) for many equestrians and one of the biggest sporting events in the world. But here we are in these strange times where so many things are out of our control. In the absence of Badminton and getting juicy snippets about our favourite riders, British team member and popular rider Tom McEwen took 5 minutes to answer some of our very serious questions:

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  7. When a Man Met a Horse

    When a man met a horse

    This month’s blog is from man.on.horse, also known as One Club member Stewart Turner. We met Stewart, virtually, about a year ago as his Instagram account stood out for being, shall we say, a little different, not only was he a man riding, but he had pledged to give money to charity for each follower milestone he reached. His profile provides a solid mix of fun content and we are enjoying following his journey of horse ownership. Enjoy the read:

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  8. How to Master Animal Photography

    How to Master Animal Photography

    As the world is battling the Coronavirus pandemic, we might find ourselves spending a lot more time at home. Thankfully, some of us are lucky enough to have horses, dogs and other pets that are keeping us company (and sane!) during this time. This is a perfect opportunity to have some fun and improve your skills photographing them, whether you're on the yard or on the sofa. It doesn’t matter if you’re using your phone or a camera - these simple ideas from pro photographer Rozalia Szatanik will help you make your photos stand out.

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  9. The Best Apps for Horse Owners

    The Best Apps for Horse Owners

    The Best Apps for Horse Owners - no longer is a mobile phone just a phone. It houses your world in your pocket, your life in pictures, your friendships in group chats and much more. We have grown to become reliant on our phones and for a good reason, they can offer so much and can help us out when we really need them. In this blog we look at the five best apps for horse owners, some of our suggestions might not be what you expected:

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  10. Want To Be A Better Horse Rider?

    Want To Be A Better Horse Rider?

    A popular Harry Hall One Club member benefit is an online training program from Dressage Rider Training (DRT). You can save 15% on Dressage Rider Training through the One Club, but what is DRT and how can it help you become a better rider?

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  11. Top Tips For Horse Riders During Isolation

    Top Tips For Horse Riders During Isolation

    Harry Hall’s Top Tips to keep you occupied during self-isolation:

    You’ll have heard of the Joe Wicks YouTube workouts, the cooking classes, the celebrities reading short stories, but what can you do to keep your mind and body fit for horse riding during this period of self-isolation? We asked sponsored riders and Harry Hall colleagues for their top tips to keep you occupied during self-isolation:

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  12. What Can I Do With My Horse

    What Can I Do With My Horse

    Fast forward 25 years and anyone reading this blog will find it rather bizarre, it’s not a Will Smith apocalypse movie, it’s real life. We’ve been told by the government to stay at home for at least three weeks and we must abide by the new rules. To help condense the advice released by the government we’ve put together a handy guide about what you can do with your horse during social distancing due to COVID-19.

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