Harry Hall Blog

  1. How to Poultice a Hoof

    How to Poultice a Hoof

    Harry Hall have teamed up with Caroline Mosley, a Lecturer in Veterinary Clinical Skills at the University of Edinburgh and the face behind Orange Fox Eventing to bring you a series of veterinary blogs. In the first instalment we look at knowing when there could be an abscess present and how to deal with it.


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  2. Have We Got News For You

    Have We Got News For You

    Why wouldn’t you be a Harry Hall One Club member? Now we might be biased but the Harry Hall One Club is getting more exciting every month and the main excitement for October is that, this week the second edition of the eagerly awaited One Club members magazine has arrived on our member's doorsteps.


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  3. Veteran Horse Insurance

    Veteran Horse Insurance

    It can be difficult to find veteran horse insurance that suits your needs. Your veteran horse may be in light work but spends most of his time meandering in the field, at Harry Hall we understand the requirements of veteran horse ownership and our vet fees insurance has been launched with this in mind.

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  4. Indoor Dressage Season

    Indoor Dressage Season

    Preparing for the indoor dressage season

    Before we know it, many dressage competitions will be moving inside, and the winter season will be in full swing. It’s a different beast to outdoor dressage and can bring its own challenges. Here are 12 things to consider before you venture indoors for the first time this season:


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  5. Worming Horses - How Often

    Worming Horses - How Often

    Harry Hall One Club members can access 16 additional benefits with their membership. These benefits include money off events, discounts on therapy system, arena mirrors, trailer hire, personalised gifts, brownies, magazine subscriptions and horse wormers.


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  6. Meet A One Club Member

    Meet A One Club Member

    It’s time to hear from a Harry Hall One Club member again and this week we spoke to Emma, Maisie Lester’s mum, to hear about how Maisie got into riding and her hopes for the future.


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  7. How do you retrain an ex race horse?

    How do you retrain an ex race horse?

    Thoroughbreds are a versatile breed and after racing, many go on to have successful careers in eventing, dressage, show jumping and as pleasure horses.

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  8. Getting a Companion Pony

    Getting a Companion Pony

    If your horse or pony is used to living in a herd and circumstances mean a new home with less friends is around the corner, you may want to consider getting a companion horse or pony.

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  9. Infrared Rugs for Horses

    Infrared Rugs for Horses

    Infrared Rugs for Horses - What do they do?

    Not convinced by FIR technology? Confused at how infrared could help your horse? Heard of Protechmasta but not sure what it really is or does? Then this blog on infrared rugs for horses is for you! If you have any further questions on the range please contact us on Facebook @Mastarugs or Instagram @masta_horse

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  10. One Club Member Dakota

    One Club Member Dakota

    As we continue to celebrate the introduction of vet fees and horse trailer insurance at Harry Hall, we hear from One Club members of all ages to hear what drives them, their dreams and aspirations.


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  11. Pony Club Memories

    Pony Club Memories

    This year The Pony Club turns 90 years old and to celebrate Harry Hall employees grabbed a coffee to reminisce on golden Pony Club memories. If you have memories of late-night story telling in a cramped and slightly smelly stable with your pony club mates or attempting mounted games on your dressage pony – read on!


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  12. Cantering horses on hard ground

    Cantering horses on hard ground

    In the winter months we worry about splodging through the mud, in the summer we worry about lack of mud. Makes sense hey? The life of a horse owner is a constant rollercoaster of checking the weather, stamping on the ground and checking the grass coverage, in this blog we explore how you can deal with the hard ground to avoid injuries and mishaps:


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