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  1. Brooke's Emergency Appeal

    Brooke's Emergency Appeal

    This month we bring you news of how one of our charity partners is raising money to help equines who have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic in India. Brooke, Action for Working Horses and Donkeys is an international animal welfare charity transforming the lives of vulnerable working horses, donkeys and mules and the people who depend on them. Find out why your help is needed now more than ever.


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  2. A horse vet fees insurance case study with a One Club member

    Horse Vet Fees Case Study

    When Rebecca Gee went to get her daughter’s horse Lolly from the field she couldn’t believe what had happened. A freak field injury led to months of box rest and treatment from the vet.

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  3. Understanding which breathable boots are best for your horse

    Understanding which breathable boots are best for your horse

    Most horse owners now prefer breathable horse boots and over the years, leg protection technology has improved so much that we no longer have to compromise protection over breathability. Many breathable boots now offer incredible protection and breathability. But do we really understand the importance of choosing a breathable boot for our horses?

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  4. Brooke: Inside the world of horse charity work

    Brooke Hackathon

    Brooke is an international animal welfare charity dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable working horses, donkeys and mules and the people who depend on them. For millions of people around the world, working equines are the backbone of their communities. Without healthy working horses, donkeys and mules, they wouldn’t be able to put food on the table, send their children to school or build better futures for themselves, their families and their animals.

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  5. The Horse Trust: The Oldest Charity in the World

    The Horse Trust Carriage

    2021 is a landmark year for The Horse Trust as we are celebrating our 135th anniversary. As the world’s oldest equine charity, we have evolved almost continually since our founding in 1886. Despite the changes along the way, our ethos and values have remained almost unchanged… we continue to provide retirement and sanctuary to horses in need across the country, and this will never change.

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  6. 5 Reasons why volunteering with the RDA could help you

    RDA Volunteer

    As one of our charity partners for 2021, we find out why volunteering for the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) is so good for you

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  7. Dealing with horse fear - with a professional equestrian mindset coach

    Evergreen Equestrian Mindset Coaching Logo
    Mindset is quite a broad topic and the term has been thrown around quite a bit, particularly over the past year or so. You might have heard people talking about how wonderful their lives are thanks to their 'new & improved' mindset. So you might be wondering why everyone hasn't already jumped on this bandwagon. You might also be thinking that you want to know more about what it means for you!
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  8. Podcasts for Horse Riders

    podcasts for horse riders


    In this blog, we look at the best podcasts for horse riders. Easily accessible, portable, entertaining and a great way to learn new skills or facts while mucking out, walking the dog or waiting for the vet to arrive, podcasts have become more popular over recent years. With this resurgence, we also got caught up in the craze. It’s no lie that horse riding can be a lonely sport, and if, like us, some days you find your mind wandering while you’re mucking out, schooling or just grooming your horse, listening to a podcast could be just what you need.

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  9. How to See a Stride

    How to see a stride


    In the first of our three-part series with British eventer Tom McEwen, we asked Tom for top tips on how to see a stride without leaving the ground. All this simple exercise requires is 4 poles and confidence from the rider to let the horse figure it out themselves. Keep your eyes peeled for the next blog in the series which will look at riding transitions. 

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  10. How to get the best deal on horse vet fees insurance

    How to get the best deal on horse vet fees insurance

    While you can’t prevent the cost of vet fees going up, you can ensure that you’re not left with a big bill – that’s where vet fees insurance comes in. But how do you get an affordable deal that is right for you and your horse? Read on.

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  11. Activate Your Horse's Core

    Improve Your Horse's Core


    If you enjoyed dressage rider and trainer Jess Dunn’s last blog on improving poll flexibility, then this one is for you! The horse’s core is a complex area of the anatomy, consisting of the back, spine and ribs. Good flexibility of your horse’s core is key to improving performance but also helping to reduce the risk of injury as well as maintaining general wellbeing. In this blog, Jess shows us two simple exercises that can be effective to help strengthen your horse’s core.


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  12. Brooke's MyHackathon



    One of our charity partners, Brooke, is inviting you to take on MyHackathon, the sponsored hack challenge for horse lovers across the UK. You choose the distance that’s best for you and your horse - 50, 100 or 250 miles - and then get hacking and raise as much as you can! The money you raise will make a massive difference to working equines around the world.


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