Harry Hall Blog

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. How Much Should My Horse Weigh?

    How Much Should My Horse Weigh?

    With spring (hopefully!) just around the corner, now is a great time to be checking that your horse isn’t carrying any excess weight before the grass starts to grow and it becomes more difficult to get any unwanted pounds off. Check out World Horse Welfare’s ten top tips for managing your horse’s weight:

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  4. Vital Signs - Heart Rates and Horses

    Vital Signs - Heart Rates and Horses

    Welcome to this guest blog from Caroline Mosley, Lecturer in Veterinary Clinical Skills at the University of Edinburgh and the face behind Orange Fox Eventing. In this blog we’re going to asses the heart rate of a horse, read on to know what a normal heart rate is in horses and how to take the pulse

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  5. Vital Signs - Temperature, Hydration and Respiratory

    Vital Signs - Temperature, Hydration and Respiratory

    In the second instalment of "Vital Signs" we asked Caroline Mosley, a lecturer in Veterinary Clinical Skills at Edinburgh University to guide us through taking a horse's temperature, ensuring they're hydrated and getting to know the gut. Read on for advice on getting to know what is normal for your horse. If you missed the first blog on checking your horse's heart rate, you can read it here.

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  6. An Introduction to Epiony

    An Introduction to Epiony

    We have welcomed a new brand to the Harry Hall family this week – Epiony, we now stock their therapy products including the Heat Pad and Massage Wand. If you haven't heard of this British brand then read on to find out more about founder Emma and how her passion for finding “a better way” has led her to where she is today.

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  7. Arc4Health How It Works

    Arc4Health How It Works

    It’s absolutely current.

    Arc4Health is a Certified Class lla Medical Device in 33 countries. It’s remarkably small, is wearable, drug free and non-invasive and works by automatically generating a complex series of microcurrents. In fact, it delivers over 4.6 million permutations within a single treatment programme. Before you ask, not one of them can be felt - just like you cannot feel your own bio current. We combined this complex technology into one user-friendly device: one finger, two buttons, four automated programmes and thousands of happy customers. You can have your finger on the pulse of cutting-edge healthcare immediately.

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  8. Meet a One Club Member

    Meet a One Club Member

    Every month we meet a One Club member, hear about their horses and their equestrian life. This month we meet Dawn Bacchus and her ex-racehorse Des as they go on a journey of discovery together that includes British Dressage debuts and fluffing lines. Over to you Dawn:

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  9. How to Help Prevent Horse Colic

    How to Help Prevent Horse Colic

    What causes a horse to colic?


    Colic is one of the most common emergency problems with horses. One in three emergency vet call outs are for colic and if not treated early enough colic can escalate very quickly. Recognising the early signs of colic and prompt veterinary action improve chances of a full recovery.

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  10. Six Equestrian Accounts to Follow this Year

    Six Equestrian Accounts to Follow this Year

    The internet should be a place to learn, celebrate other people’s successes and have a bit of a laugh along the way. Harry Hall has selected six equestrian accounts to follow this year. We're sharing these equestrian blogs thanks to their humour and ability to “keep it real”. We hope you enjoy following them as much as we do. 

     

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  11. What Horses Mean to Me

    What Horses Mean to Me

    Harry Hall sponsored rider and equestrian estate agent Liz Langford kindly agreed to put pen to paper and write this week’s guest blog. As horse owners, we can appreciate that horses mean more to us than words allow, in this blog, Liz will try to sum up how her beloved horse Gizmo has changed her life.

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  12. Why You Need Rider Physiotherapy

    Why You Need Rider Physiotherapy

    This week we caught up with to Harry Hall sponsored rider Naomi Oliver and her mum, Mattie, to hear about a recent session with rider physio specialist Hannah Gadsden from Rider Focus Physiotherapy. Hannah specialises in helping riders in recovery from injury while improving balance symmetry and performance in all equestrian disciplines.

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