Harry Hall Blog

  1. Public Liability Insurance for Horses

    Public Liability Insurance for Horses

    In this Harry Hall blog we look at public liability insurance for horses, whether it's a legal requirement and why it's important to make sure the correct cover is in place when you're riding in the public domain.

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  2. Setting targets for the year

    Setting targets for the year

    If you read our blog about beating the January blues, you’ll know we’re fans of making plans and having things to look forward to. In this week’s blog we caught up with dressage rider and trainer Emma Woolley to see how she is helping riders up and down the country set goals for the year ahead.

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  3. 10 ways to beat the January blues

    10 ways to beat the January blues

    January can be pants - fact! As horse riders we start to get bored of the short days, dark nights and not forgetting the wet and windy weather, if you're feeling blue about January then have a read of this blog and see if you can make some small changes which will help keep you smiling.

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  4. How to get horse riding fit

    How to get horse riding fit

    It might be a cliché, but January is the best time to set goals for yourself and your horse. We spend so much time making sure our horse is riding and competition fit that we often forget about our own fitness – so what changes can you make to find those marginal gains?

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  5. Meet One Club Member Tracey Bayes

    Meet One Club Member Tracey Bayes

    Meet One Club member Tracey Bayes as she takes us through a rather traumatic year with her horse Dragonfly, also known as Mr Pony who spends the first years of his life battling horrific illnesses. If you’d like to have your story featured on the Harry Hall blog please email us on contact@harryhall.com. Take it away Tracey...

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  6. Give the Gift of Giving

    Give the Gift of Giving

    Give the gift of giving this Christmas. You may have seen in the news that in early November Bransby Horses equine rescue and welfare charity in Lincolnshire, suffered horrendous flooding. 40% of available grazing land was consumed by flood water, putting the welfare of more than 400 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules at risk.

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  7. Harry Hall Christmas Guide

    Harry Hall Christmas Guide

    Welcome to the Harry Hall equestrian Christmas blog.


    We’ve done the budget so what about the blow out? Black Friday was a chance for us all to grab a bargain, it was great hearing how Harry Hall One Club members and equestrians alike were stocking up on yard, rider and horse wear essentials, but what about luxury items you can put on your Christmas list for you and your horse?

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  8. Harry Hall Welcomes Huufe

    Harry Hall Welcomes Huufe

    We know you love riding.  It’s good for the body, mind and soul– but by nature, it's not without risk, especially on today's busy roads. In a recent survey, 86% of you told us you frequently ride out alone, but have you thought about what you would do should the unexpected happen?

     

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  9. Your Black Friday Equestrian Guide

    Your Black Friday Equestrian Guide

    Black Friday. It comes around quicker than your aunt Ethel can knit her Christmas scarves and gets bigger every year. As part of Harry Hall’s commitment to bring you the best products at affordable prices we’ve put together our Black Friday equestrian guide so you know which bargains to head for first. From Black Friday horse rugs to rider clothing, footwear and horse accessories there’s something for everyone in the Harry Hall Black Friday equestrian sale.

     

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  10. The different forms of haylage and hay - which one is right for your horse?

    The different forms of haylage and hay - which one is right for your horse?

    When choosing the best type of hay or haylage, it can appear daunting with the huge variety available. It can be difficult to decide which one is best for your horse, so being aware of your horse’s individual needs is important. As every horse is different, choosing the right feed will have benefits such as improved digestion, better health and fewer preventable illnesses, saving you on vet fees and sleepless nights.

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  11. Riding Safely on the Roads

    Riding Safely on the Roads

    How do you keep safe out on the roads? Our roads get busier every year and campaign group Better Transport recently reported that over the last 20 years there has been a 47% increase in traffic on the roads. Limited access to bridleways or route restrictions often mean riding on a busy road is unavoidable. There are many things you can do to make yourself feel safer when out and about:

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  12. The Horse Life Balance

    The Horse Life Balance

    This week we're pleased to bring you a blog from Para Athlete Evie Toombes as she delves into the horse life balance! Evie had a long chat with mounted police officer Jenna Hastings, who combines an intense full time job with horse riding.

     

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