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  1. Meet One Club Member Nicky

    Harry Hall One Club


    It's Harry Hall One Club member blog time and this month Nicky Caines put up her hand to feature. It's a tale of perseverance and regaining confidence even when you think there's no way it can come back again. Be brave, ask for help and find a new way forward.


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  2. How to See a Stride

    How to see a stride


    In the first of our three-part series with British eventer Tom McEwen, we asked Tom for top tips on how to see a stride without leaving the ground. All this simple exercise requires is 4 poles and confidence from the rider to let the horse figure it out themselves. Keep your eyes peeled for the next blog in the series which will look at riding transitions. 

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  3. The Cleveland Bay

    Cleveland Bay


    When Julie Roberts got in touch to tell us about her two horses we had to share it as a blog, this special breed should be celebrated. The beautiful shades of bay, from light to dark, with black points on the legs and a black mane and tail, some with a hint of red colour on the knees make them absolutely eye-catching. Over to you Julie. "I’ve ridden and been around horses since I was a small child and wouldn’t want to be without them. I’ve owned and ridden all shapes and sizes but the breed that has won my heart since seeing them at a show many years ago is the Cleveland Bay.

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  4. Taking on an ex-racehorse




    What a year 2020 has been for us all, and certainly not in the way we planned! I know I had ideas about what we both were going to achieve and places we were going to go, but the reality of this year has meant we have mainly just enjoyed each other’s company and got to know one another better. I’m Evie and the chestnut giant in the pictures is Trace Elements, better known as Paddy. He is a 17hh ex-racehorse I’ve had for the past two years, he's a real character and I'm looking forward to telling you more about him in this blog.


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  5. Next Generation - Riding Skins

    Harry Hall Riding Skins


    The Next Generation of rider wear has landed at Harry Hall - introducing Riding Skins. Designed to maximise your potential, transform your performance and accelerate your recovery, we caught up product innovator Beth to find out what inspired her to develop the new range.

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  6. Golden Ticket

    Harry Hall Golden Ticket



    This October and November with Harry Hall's Golden Ticket! So what is it, how can you win and what prizes are up for grabs?


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  7. September Newsletter

    Harry Hall News


    What's been happening at Harry Hall this September? We look back at the main events and as always a lot can happen in a month...

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  8. Your Riding Stories - Oh Gill

    Your Riding Stories


    Here is my funny story. At the age of 62, I had always ridden but was getting a tad nervous, with self-preservation always in front of my mind, however one day I decided to be brave. It was a sunny Sunday morning and I agreed to a hack out with my adult daughter. The ride started well on two perfectly behaved ponies and I was enjoying life wondering why I wasn't brave more often.

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  9. Your Riding Stories - Driving Force

    Naomi Sutton's Riding story


    I have faced many challenges in my life so far. I’ve overcome a mental health illness that many never recover from, and I currently still live with two chronic physical health conditions that affect my mobility. Horses have been my sanctuary through all of this and in a crazy turn of events I’m now an elite para-equestrian athlete! This is my "pinch me I'm dreaming" story.


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  10. Your Riding Stories - Heather Tull

    Heather's Riding Story


    My riding journey started as I imagine most people’s do, at the local riding school. I must have been about eight when I first started going to Silverdown for my lessons. I remember the horses clear as day: Holly, Ben, Kizzy, Star, Pip and Monty were my favourites. Just the other day I went for a walk along the track at the back of Silverdown and I saw Pip and Monty happily grazing away. Pip was a cob and I absolutely loved him, he must be in his late twenties now!

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  11. Your Riding Stories - Mi Amigo

    Sara Jane Lanning and Zoa


    An Inspirational 500-word story from dressage rider and trainer Sara Jane Lanning on finding her unexpected dressage superstar. One day whilst on a busy teaching day, the owner of a livery yard told me she needed to sell a horse and did I know anyone who may be interested? He would be cheap. I had ten minutes to spare between yards so told her to bring the horse out to show me. I watched him trot across the diagonal and I think my jaw hit the floor! I returned the very next day to ride him and agreed then and there to buy him with no vetting!

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  12. From Vaulter to Photographer

    Your riding stories


    We love hearing your riding stories and it's not every day you hear stories like this. When we heard Imogen’s story we knew it was one we had to share. From South African vaulter to animal photographer, it’s been quite the journey for Imogen, we hope you enjoy this two-minute read and feel free to tell us your riding story @harryhallriding.


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