Harry Hall Blog

  1. Committed to the Cause

    A Founding Campaign that Continues

    World Horse Welfare’s founder, Ada Cole, was moved to start the charity (originally called the International League for the Protection of Horses) in 1927 after witnessing a procession of British work horses.

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  2. DIY Show Jumps

    DIY Show Jumps

    Recently on Instagram we noticed Harry Hall ambassador Kirsty Fitch had taken matters into her own hands and was busy sawing, gluing and painting wood to make her own fillers! We asked her for a blog on this as we thought it would be handy for us all to know how to make a spooky show jumping course on the cheap, then we can spend more money at HarryHall.com!

     

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  3. Conquering Confidence

    Conquering Confidence

    Amateur eventer, Harry Hall Ambassador and #twittereventing co-founder has had a purple patch of results recently but it hasn’t always been plain sailing for Tamsin Drew and Ziggy…

     

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  4. A Day In The Life...

    A Day In The Life...

    ...of a Yard Manager – foaling season!

    Hi, I’m Carrie and I manage White Hill Stud in Lancashire. We run a small breeding programme with a herd of broodmares, mostly dressage bred but also an event mare.

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  5. Hello Winter!

    Hello Winter!

    Winter Health and Welfare

    Brrrrr it’s getting cold, and as winter hits, horse owners need to be mindful of the weather. Harry Hall's charity partner World Horse Welfare have kindly put together some handy tips for dealing with your horse this winter.

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  6. A Horse To Be Proud Of

    A Horse To Be Proud Of

    In this series introducing our Masta partners we welcome Melissa Chapman to the fold, here she reflects on the highlights of her dressage career to date and also points to the future with a group of exciting horses.

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  7. Multitasking to the Max

    Multitasking to the Max

    Masta is part of the Harry Hall family and we're proud to work with a hanfdul of professional yards around the UK who test and provide honest feedback on our products. We'd like to introduce Esther and Hattie Horsfall, dressage riders and trainers, operating out of Shaw Farm Equestrian in Todmorden, Yorkshire. They have an exciting string of horses for 2019 that they have trained themselves from youngsters.

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  8. Don't Give Up On Them

    Don't Give Up On Them

    Rehoming Rosie

    I saw on Twitter that Harry Hall were hosting an Access all Areas event at World Horse Welfare Glenda Spooner Farm in Somerset, and were giving away a limited number of tickets. Not usually someone that wins anything, I got a pair of tickets, so on a very warm day back in July, we headed off to Somerton for a day out that would, unbeknown to me then, change my life completely.

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  9. Surviving Winter

    Surviving Winter

    Christmas is a magical time but can be a “juggling act” trying to balance family, friends and horses. Harry Hall ambassador and full time worker Liz Langford has given us her pearls of wisdom:

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  10. A Heartbreaking Decision

    A Heartbreaking Decision

     A Heartbreaking Decision

     Sometimes being an animal owner requires you to make tough decisions. Alison Hall, along with her young children Holly and Harry, faced the ultimate nightmare earlier in the year.

     “The hardest day of my life came when I had to break my children's hearts and let go of our much loved miniature Shetland Mooky.

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  11. Work Your Socks Off

    Work Your Socks Off

    Work Your Socks Off

    Rosie and I meet huddled over a cup of coffee in a farmhouse kitchen in Yorkshire and I’m intrigued to find out how she ended up here after leaving Poland 10 years ago. “Well when a great opportunity comes about you take it right?” Carry on Rosie, I’m intrigued…

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  12. You want to work with horses?

    You want to work with horses?

    The Stigma Associated with Equestrian Careers 

    I could write a list as long as my arm on the uneducated comments I’ve heard and received in the years I’ve been working with and studying horses. Horses are my passion, hobby and career and I’m proud to work in the equine industry, if you’ve ever heard any of the below comments then this blog is for you!

     

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