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Atypical Myopathy

The Dangers of the Sycamore to your horse Sycamore tree is a deciduous tree that belongs to the plane-tree family. It originates from Europe, but it can be found around the world today, including the UK. It usually grows near the streams, river banks, lakes and in woodlands, places where we all like to going […]

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Tackling Fly Grazing

Fly-grazing has always been a hot subject in the horse world and a ‘big issue’ across the UK. In recent years, loose, stray, abandoned and fly-grazing horses have become an acute and expensive problem for landowners, local authorities, enforcement agencies, welfare charities and taxpayers. The lack of care the horses receive, and the actions of […]

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Help Our Therapy Horses

Help Our Equido Charity SCIO This is a chance for you to help our Equido Charity SCIO to reach out and help our own rescue horses continue their work helping humans overcome their difficulties. Our therapy courses include:- Positive Empowerment – Aimed at individuals who want to make changes to their personal life. Positive Leadership […]

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Mark Higgins – Trust

While teaching with our level two students on trailer/horsebox loading, I had been working with a couple of horses that would load ok. During the lesson we were discussing the do’s and don’t’s, covering health and safety aspects and some basic points. I thought I would let the students see what it is like to […]

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Welcome to the new Equido Horsemanship website

We are delighted to launch our new Equido Horsemanship website. You are now able to pay and sit your level one introductory course online. You will also have the opportunity to purchase your official Lantra certificate after you successfully complete the course. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to let us know via […]

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