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  1. Understanding Protechmasta

    Understanding Protechmasta


     Understanding the benefits of Protechmasta and FAR Infrared

    For the first blog in our series with Equine Expert Sandie Chambers we want to explain the benefits of FAR Infrared and the Protechmasta range for your horse. 

    An excellent circulatory system is essential to ensure good health and athletic performance from your horse. We’re going to take a look at how Protechmasta could help your horse and how FAR Infrared works.

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  2. Protechmasta Series - Introducing Sandie Chambers

    Protechmasta Series - Introducing Sandie Chambers

     Harry Hall customers frequently get in touch to share their ProtechMasta success stories with us which inspires us to keep developing the very best products, in order to do this we wanted to put a top team together. We’re delighted to let you know that ProtechMasta has partnered with Equine and Human Sports Performance Anatomical Scientist and Mental Performance Coach Sandie Chambers. Sandie has come on board as part of an expert team we’re pulling together to help realise all the benefits of the ProtechMasta range.

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  3. Failed Show Jumpers make Olympians!

    Failed Show Jumpers make Olympians!

    The latest Harry Hall Yard Visit took us to the training yard of modern pentathlete and Olympic silver medallist Samantha Murray. Modern pentathlon combines the five disciplines of riding, swimming, running, fencing and shooting in one day! Sam has been part of the Harry Hall Riding team for a few years and we’re proud to support such a hard-working athlete who’s unfaltering discipline and motivation has won her an Olympic medal. She’s a massive fan of the soft leather Caldene Casoria Riding Boots and wears them when competing internationally.

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  4. Exam Revision Tips

    Exam Revision Tips

     

    Like many of you, I have exams coming up in the summer. I am sitting my A Levels in Biology, Chemistry and Maths. Here are 5 tips, I have learnt throughout my exam journey…

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  5. Top Tips to Beat The Heat

    Top Tips to Beat The Heat

     
    Sweltering summer heat is more than just very uncomfortable for your horse. It's as much a health hazard for your horse as it is for you. Young, old or ill horses are least equipped to deal with extreme heat. But if you don't manage your healthy adult horse, he could easily get into trouble, too, with dehydration, weakness, colic, poor exercise tolerance-even heatstroke.

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  6. Becoming A Professional Rider

    Becoming A Professional Rider

     

    So many of us dream of doing it — Harry Hall Ambassador Sara-Jane Lanning has actually done it. So what skills and business strands do you need to make a living out of horses? Hello everyone! I’m Sara, a dressage rider, trainer and British Dressage(BD) judge from Hampshire. I started riding when I was 11 and have been hooked ever since. Over the last 30 years (yes, I’m old!) I have been involved with various equestrian disciplines.

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  7. Carriage Driving

    Carriage Driving

     

    Hi everyone…So for me carriage driving is a way of life, I work with driving horses and have my own. I truly love this sport. I turned to carriage driving after my dreaded work experience week, thankfully mine turned into what is now my hobby. 

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  8. Time to Regroup my String

    Time to Regroup my String

     

    Masta sponsored rider Jessica Mendoza has enjoyed good weather and good business in Florida over the winter. Here she discusses her plans for the European summer season. I’ve been back at my base in Eindhoven in the Netherlands now for a while after spending three months over the winter in Wellington, Florida, and jumping there. It gives me three months of winter sunshine — it was about 25 to 30 degrees C over there so more fly mask than rug weather.

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  9. Show Ring Hacks

    Show Ring Hacks

     

    Whether you’re showing, eventing, dressaging or just want to look your best, theses are a few tips I swear by that save time and money (and tears!)

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  10. Samantha Murray - Yard Visit

    Samantha Murray - Yard Visit

     

    Would you like to meet an Olympic silver medallist modern pentathlete and her show jumping trainer? Now is your chance! Harryhall.com is proud to support full time athlete and two-time Olympian Samantha Murray. And she has kindly agreed to host a Harry Hall Yard Visit on Weds 13th June from 9.30 to 11.30am.

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  11. Kirsty - Diary Entry

    Kirsty - Diary Entry

     

    It's coming up to the end of April and I can quite happily say that I am pleased with what I have achieved so far this year with the pony. Ruby and I have been having weekly lessons and I feel like I have learned to jump again, in the short space of 4 months I have grown so much in confidence and ruby has grown in muscle and technique!

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  12. Managing School and Horses

    Managing School and Horses

     

    By the time you read this, many of you will be part of the way through your GCSEs or A-levels. Having done my GCSEs last year I can really sympathise with you, it is really tough, but I know that my horses helped to keep me sane during this difficult time.

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