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  1. Unexpected Surprises

    Unexpected Surprises

      

    Hi everyone! I have some pretty exciting, but also some sad, news to reveal. Unfortunately, in February we had to wave goodbye to my lovely loan gelding Sean, as he went back to live with his owners. He is greatly missed, and he was surely one of a kind. I mean, not every horse gets to star in a Masta video. But with Sean leaving, there was space for a new kid on the block, and the horse hunt began.

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  2. What we learnt...

    What we learnt...

     

    Chilli Morning, who now stands at stud here, looks as magnificent as ever and is loving his new life. His neighbour is the stallion Cevin Z who is really settled and thriving on Chilli as a neighbour - stallions don’t always form such a good  bond. Chilli is also a rare example of a stallion who never really nips - to handle and meet him you’d imagine he was a gelding, he’s so calm and affectionate.

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  3. Wise Words From a Young Head

    Wise Words From a Young Head

     

    Well its been a busy first half of the year so far.. I have really been concentrating on Macaroni, an interesting young good horse (he was a pony but had a massive growth spurt to almost 15.2hh!) He's very talented but as with most talented horses he has his quirks. We have joined British Dressage and made our debut at Bicton arena, where he won both his section and was overall winner in the first prelim test. This was amazing! We even won prize money, AND we were mentioned in Horse and Hound! 

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  4. As Seen In... Horse & Hound

    As Seen In... Horse & Hound

     

    Join the Harry Hall One Club today for exclusive benefits, including £10M public liability insurance and £10k personal accident insurance, along with saving up to 30% off brands at HarryHall.com all year round. Plus, use your membership to shop and save on equestrian products all year round, from the latest horse rugs to riding boots and from jodhpurs to jackets, there’s no more waiting for a sale. It’s win win! This week One Club was featured in Horse & Hound, read all about what they said here...

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  5. 10 Reasons To Join One Club

    10 Reasons To Join One Club

      

    If you’ve heard about the Harry Hall One Club but are still asking yourself why should I join. Check out our top 10 reasons to become a member as we tell you why joining is the smartest ride you’ll see this season! From being covered no matter what horse you ride to never waiting for a sale again the One Club has it all.  

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  6. Listen Up

    Listen Up

     

    Now listen up, give me a moment, and answer honestly the following question: are you a responsible rider? Do you ride with due regard to others? Are you ready to be let out on to the roads?  Your reaction may be to reply “Of course!”. But actually, thousands and thousands of you are not.. Because I am not talking about wearing a hat, dressing your horse in safe tack or reaching for the hi viz before you set off on to the roads.

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  7. Horses, Studies & Work

    Horses, Studies & Work

     

    As usual, all the horses had their annual break from October to December, as we are big believers that they need a break to bring them back stronger next year. All six horses come in overnight then go out in the day, whatever the weather, but are not worked at all. During their break, they all had a lovely massage from my friend, Elle, a visit from the physio, teeth checked and vaccinations to ensure they are super healthy and happy horses. They quite enjoy their holidays although they are always excited when their shoes get put back on and they start their work on the horse walker again.

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  8. New Season, New Pony

    New Season, New Pony

     

    Harry Hall Junior Rider Robyn Byrne is growing like a mushroom; and learning to adjust.

    Spring is here which can only mean one thing.. it’s cross country season! Hooray! So I’ve started off back into the swing of things with my pony Sophie doing some dressage. Mum says it’s a good to rebuild  our relationship back after a quieter winter and Sophie listening to my leg (I didn’t think legs actually talked!)

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  9. Nothing Fazes Muffin

    Nothing Fazes Muffin

     

    Harry Hall Junior Rider Cerys Richards has spent the winter getting to know her new loan pony, and using a new kind of goal-based training system

    The winter has been interesting for me and my new loan pony Muffin, and we’ve achieved lots: we’ve done  our first Pony Club sessions, dressage competition and our first BYRDS (British Young Rider Dressage Scheme) camp. They’ve all been fantastic (despite some occasionally miserable weather) and we’re really starting to gel as a partnership now.

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  10. A Horse I'd Like To Clone

    A Horse I'd Like To Clone

     

    Harry Hall Ambassador Charles Upham is preparing his stud near Dartmoor for the arrival of mares to foal. And as the hunting season draws to a close, he reflects on older horse and rider combination who are made for each other

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  11. Exciting Plans, And One Drama

    Exciting Plans, And One Drama

     

    Showing rider, riding centre owner and Harry Hall Ambassador Jenna Tyldesley has been breaking a new horse to her side saddle, putting rescue theory into practice and more

    Last year’s showing season finished with some highs and lows. I had qualified Billy (Tudor Minstral) for the ladies side saddle at Horse of the Year Show (HOYS).

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  12. Mixing It Up This Winter

    Mixing It Up This Winter

     

    Irish Harry Hall Ambassador Jenny Caldwell has been mixing her dressage with experiences of new disciplines this winter. And finding out which kit you simply can’t live without in a wet Irish winter...

     

    They say time flies when you are having fun, and what an amount of fun we have had in my yard in the last few months. Actor and philosopher Bruce Lee once said “Absorb what is useful, discard what is not and add what is uniquely your own.” 

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