Natalie Varcoe-CocksNatalie Varcoe-Cocks is a UK equestrian from the sport of eventing working as a groom and is recognised as one of the leading grooms on the international circuit, working at many major eventing championships.
Rosie ChineryRosie Chinery - UK | Rosie Chinery - GEC Delight - HOYS Foxhunter
Coreen BarkerCoreen Barker - South Africa
Alessia MondaAlessia Monda - Italy
Allen KrugerAllen Kruger - Canada
Veronique RealVeronique Real - France - Eventing
Iznan Adli Abu BakarIznan Adli Abu Bakar - Malaysia
Rebecca FidgeRebecca Fidge Riding ARCHETYPE EVA 105 - Lockington Horse Trials | Rebecca Fidge - Australia
Hannah BateBlenheim Palace International Horse Trials - Hannah Bate and Riverside Vision
Hannah Bate :- HANNAH VAN DE KAPEL, LONESTAR, LUDO FH, RIVERSIDE VISION, THE SOAPDODGER
Judy PringJudy Pring -
Leanna MarchantLeanna Marchant - Canada
Masanori HondaMasanori Honda - Japan
Michele MogliaMichele Moglia - Italy
Mohammed Ali KhairiMohammed Ali Khairi - Saudi Arabia
Anand Singh Amar Singh BhatiAnand Singh Amar Singh Bhati - UAE
We attended a weekend of Foal Shows at Werribee with our two babies Marconi Aphrodite and Brampton Magnum Gold. We would like to say a huge thank you to Jayne Bellchambers of Westacres Arabians who prepared and showed both of the babies to perfection giving us fabulous results in top class quality fields of ponies. Also competing at the show with their owners were welsh B colt Marconi Ashdene, Welsh B gelding Marconi Kryptonite and WP Mercury daughter Kaltara Fairylights congratulations to all owners on their success.
PETSTOCK FOAL & YOUNGSTOCK SHOW
Marconi Aphrodite - Champion Riding Pony Foal, Reserve Champion Arabian Riding Pony Foal
Brampton Magnum Gold - Champion Arabian Pony Foal, Champion Colored Foal
Marconi Ashdene - Champion Welsh Foal
Marconi Kryptonite - Champion Welsh Yearling and together with Kaltara Fairylights won the BEST Youngstock Progeny Pair (Weston Park Mercury)
Kaltara Fairylights - Champion Welsh 2&3 yr old, Champion Colored 2&3yr old, Reserve Champion Arabian Pony 2&3yr old
MAGIC BREED FOAL SHOW
Marconi Aphrodite - Reserve Champion Arabian Riding Pony Filly, Reserve Champion Dual Registered Riding Pony
Brampton Magnum Gold - Champion Arabian Pony Colt, Reserve Champion Dual Registered Colored Foal
Our gorgeous filly Aphrodite also competed at the RIDING PONY GALA EVENT whilst we were at Werribee to be the winner of the Riding Pony
Show Hunter Filly foal and then go on to Reserve Champion Riding Pony Showhunter foal. Thank you to the sponsors of this show for the amazing prizes and money that we won.
Rui Meireles FerreiraRui Meireles Ferreira - Portugal
Stanislas LafondStanislas Lafond - France
Victor WolfVictor Wolf - Costa Rica - Showjumping
Guerrino ManfrinGuerrino Manfrin - Italy
When my 14.3hh Dales Pony x Welsh horse is out in the field, she eats thin twigs and bark off trees! Could this cause her any problems and if so, what would they be?
Generally the only harm done when horses eat is to the structures they are eating! If you think about it, wild horses out all the time, have to bite off everything that eat.
Domesticated horses, especially in the winter, have some or even all of their food in a form that does not need biting off.
Hay, haylage, manger feeds, all need no biting. Chewing, yes, but not actually biting off as the grazing does.
It is as if they have to make up for this lack by tucking into any timber they can get hold of.
Horses cannot digest wood, but they get some nutrients from the soft structures in twigs and bark. They especially like willow and fruit trees.
Never let your horse eat wood or twigs from poisonous trees such as laburnum, rhododendron, and especially not yew, all parts of which including the actual wood, are poisonous. Too much Leylandii is not good for them either.
Mickey SeaquistMickey Seaquist - Spain
High Offley Stud is a small yard specialising in breeding, buying, selling and producing all kinds of horses and ponies. Based in Staffordshire.
We look to sell good, straight and sensibly priced horses and ponies, most of them come from private homes in Ireland.
We run this business very much off my good reputation and it`s very important to me to match good horses with suitable homes, I will always be completely honest about all the animals here and am happy to discuss the suitability of any of my horses to your needs.
As well as my many happy customers across the country, I have also supplied horses to my local hunt, pony club, riding club and riding school, The Police Force and all are doing very well and are very well loved, which shows me I must be doing my job well :)
Please feel free to contact me to discuss any of your requirements;