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  1. NAF Shake Relief - Relieve Seasonal Stress

    Headshaking can be a worrying and frustrating condition for horse owners, exacerbated by certain triggers through the spring, summer and autumn seasons. The main sign of this condition is obvious and pretty violent: the horse will shake/toss his head in a sudden vertical “flicking” movement of the nose. This motion is often repeated over and ... Read more...
  2. Greenguard Grazing Muzzle - Fitting Guide

    Greenguard Grazing Muzzle - Fitting Guide Greenguard Grazing Muzzles offer a simple solution to reducing grass intake, helping to ensure effective weight management. Designed in conjunction with vets, these muzzles have proven to be highly effective and are comfortable for the horse to wear. Read the Greenguard fitting guide to ensure the best use of this unique grazing muzzle. Greenguard... Read more...
  3. NAF Magic Calmer - for cool concentration

    Cool, calm and collected With the competition season now in full swing, it's important for our horses to feel confident and calm to be able to perform at their best. Buzzy competition venues, rider anxiety and travelling all contribute to a horse showing excitable behaviour and it can be exacerbated after the winter, especially if your horse has ... Read more...
  4. Ragwort Advice For Horse Owners

    Ragwort Advice For Horse Owners Ragwort is a common weed seen in Britain, typically found growing on grazing land, grassland and wasteland. It's a resilient plant that thrives where the ground is bare or vegetation is thin, for example on over-grazed paddocks. It can be identified by its large, flat-topped clusters of yellow flowers (seen from July through to October), its ... Read more...
  5. What Is Sweet Itch?

    What Is Sweet Itch? Sweet itch is a debilitating, extremely irritating and often painful skin condition that is unfortunately very common, especially in native pony types, affecting around 5% of the overall horse population in the UK. It's caused by an allergic reaction to midge bites which then causes localised irritation to the skin, and is normally most ... Read more...
  6. Which Fly Spray Is Best For My Horse?

    Which Fly Spray Is Best For My Horse? Choosing a fly spray or insect repellent which works for you and your horse can prove a challenge and is often a case of trial and error, with different results year-on-year and on different horses. It's frustrating and can be expensive, so it's worth putting in the research to see what might work best for your horse. Fly and insect repellents for ... Read more...
  7. March Newsletter

    March Newsletter Milder weather, the competition season re-starting and the return of dreaded flies... spring is finally here! It's time to start enjoying our horses again, with longer days meaning more time to ride after work and school. With shows to aim for and better weather for getting out and about, we can work on getting our mojo back for the rest of 2022! ... Read more...
  8. NAF Oestress - hormonal support for mares

    NAF Oestress - hormonal support for mares For every mare, for every season   Is your mare showing some challenging behaviour?Owning a mare can be so difficult but so rewarding. For a lot of mares, careful management is important in their day-to-day lives, particularly if she is expected to perform. It's important to remember that mares are "entire" animals, so having consideration ... Read more...
  9. Affiliated/Unaffiliated Competitions

    Affiliated/Unaffiliated Competitions Are you looking to compete on your horse this year? Both unaffiliated and affiliated competitions across a range of disciplines including dressage, show jumping and eventing offer fun, challenging competitions for horses and riders of all levels and capabilities. But what is the difference between affiliated and unaffiliated competition? &... Read more...
  10. What To Wear For Cross Country

    What To Wear For Cross Country If you're looking to try cross country this year or are coming back to the sport after a break, it's essential to make sure you're following the dress code rules. These rules are in place to keep you safe, helping to protect against injury as much as possible. We've put together this handy guide for beginners of what to wear for cross country ... Read more...

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