Agrifence Easy tape Easy to use, good strength robust and very economical. Great for setting up extra fences to stop over grazing. I've recently been setting up a track for the fat ponies. On alert for laminitis. As well as setting up another fence to split the field so the big horses can have more grass, while some grazing also rests. - Read More
Replacement Closure Straps are available to update your boots. Are your boots are like mine? After months of use (or storage near the hay!) the replacement strap gets filled up with debris and I find it easier to replace it rather than to pick out all the bits. Straps are available for Trek in Black and Yellow. Also for Cute Little Boots. - Read More
Happy New Year I hope yours was better than mine. Just got my bling plaster today, thanks NHS. It's almost as sparkly as Cavallo Bling Boots. Slipped in garden, in case you were wondering, no horses within a few miles. Just the cat and she was the reason I was walking across the lawn! See picture she's not showing me much sympathy. - Read More
Tips for keeping your Hoof Boots clean. For me It depends on the degree of mess that they are in: 1, Mild dirt - If they are mostly dry and just a bit dusty I might just dry brush them. I like to hang worn boots on a piece of baler twine, or wall hooks in a warm, breezy spot to air dry and they always feel fresher to put on next time. 2, Medium dirt - If they are very sweaty on the inside, with a reasonable coating of dirt I would dip them in a bucket of water.. - Read More
Added to the Horse and More site an arrangement with a local farm produced bedding. Concord Straw Pellets Please contact me if you're interested Louise@horseandmore.co.uk or on 07711685623. Made with locally grown straw and turned into pellets. They make a cosy warm, deep supportive bed for your horse. They are easy to clean, very absorbent, reduces ammonia smells, bio degradable, economical. They are a life saver this week with my colicing horse - Read More
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Any one got any products they really like to support good hoof care and horsey health?