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My Blog- Chloe Brown

My Blog- Chloe Brown

When I first agreed to write this blog I had many different ideas on what to write, but it wasn’t until I sat down and attempted to brain storm these ideas I really had no clue where to start. This is my first blog so please bare with me… It wasn’t until a few days ago when I was sat down having a cuppa hiding from the never ending storm Ciara, Dennis and procrastinating against doing my uni work , that I had a light bulb moment about that I could write my blog about. Now I know for many...

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Horses are beautiful teachers....

Horses are beautiful teachers....

Horses teach us humans so well.....sadly with the closing of many riding schools and inflated costs of living, it's harder to be blessed with these beautiful teachers.  Read on and reminisce about the lessons your horse's and ponies taught you......

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My HUSK Story by Sam Mason @hilltopdressage

My HUSK Story by Sam Mason @hilltopdressage

I remember scrolling through Social Media one evening- who on earth knows what for- when I first came across HUSK for the first time.  I remember thinking how interesting the concept behind the breathable horse boots was and how much it intrigued me.  I am always on the lookout for products that will benefit my horse’s wellbeing so I wanted to know more.  I wanted to touch and feel the boots, to see if the claims of weight, flexibility and breathability were true.   Completely by chance I was competing at a British Dressage event close to me.  I had...

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How HUSK gave my horse her happiness back by Poppy Marsom

How HUSK gave my horse her happiness back by Poppy Marsom

I first started using HUSK at the beginning of 2018. I discovered the revolutionary brand at a time where I was seeking some luck or good news for my 23 year old mare Dice.   After months of being lame, having extensive tests run and numerous sleepovers at the vets, the scans concluded that Dice had torn her Digital deep flexor tendon in multiple places. We believe this was a result of direct impact or general wear and tear due to being a successful showjumper for the majority of her life.   DDFT injuries are serious and have a high...

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How to Prevent Tendons from Becoming Over Heated? Water Lane Vets

How to Prevent Tendons from Becoming Over Heated? Water Lane Vets

Research on Polo Horses - Boots Vs Bandages It's clear that tendons heat to improve their locomotive performance, however the level of heat and length at which the heat is sustained is what we are concerned with.  Hannah explains in this article that tendon heat is eliminated via convection through the blood vessels in the skin of the lower leg.  Therefore if this is covered with an insulating product, the tendon cannot release the heat, and subsequently over heats.  It is at this point that the cells begin to malform. Therefore is is KEY that as much skin as possible...

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