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Unnamed International Optician

Posted by Judith Fowden on

Breaking News Unnamed International Optician to Sponsor British Dressage Judges The new rule for 2018 requiring dressage competitors to display their numbers on both sides of the horse, near side and orf sorry, off side, (right and left to those not in the know), has prompted an, as yet, unnamed international optical company to offer sponsorship to all dressage judges and writers. Announcing this marketing opportunity a company spokesperson was quoted as saying “We want to support these denizens of dressage, in their hour of need, to make sure that their sight is perfect, as there has clearly been a sight...

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Simple Loops, Daisy's Flatwork Training Exercise

Posted by Sean Fowden on

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Daisy's Diary April 2017

Posted by Sean Fowden on

  Daisy's Diary and Training Tips April 2017 Hi Daisychainers, Have you missed me? Frankly I am having a lovely time, I have not had to do any real work for a few months. It has been winter of course which does not help with its short days and long nights, but Francesca has not had time to ride because of her new job. When she does have time she rides ‘Gormless’ who is going eventing soon. Suits me, I always felt I should be a lady of leisure. I don’t want to be wearing out my Jimmy HorseChoos, do...

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Managing Mud Fever

Posted by Sean Fowden on

                                                                      de Boiz Turnout Boots                   Mud Fever Wound Managing Mud Fever As the old saying goes, “The best cure is prevention” The best way to manage mud fever is quite obviously to prevent it, however despite the best of intentions, care and horse management it still sometimes occurs. The information below is correct, but if you are in any doubt or you are not comfortable with treating mud fever yourself, call your vet. Once mud fever is suspected or diagnosed, make sure your horse is stabled on clean dry bedding in a well-ventilated area. Taking great...

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Sewing Machinist Vacancy Information

Posted by Judith Fowden on

Sewing Machinists Wanted We need machinists to manufacture our equestrian products at your own home, known in the trade as ‘outwork’. You will need a reasonably good machine, but not necessarily an industrial one. The thread size/type we use is Coats nylbond Tkt 040 or Tex 070 whichever of these size names makes sense to you. They are not hard to make, but do need to be of a high standard, well finished, neat and accurate. We will give training, if needed including illustrated written instructions and also accept advice if it will improve production or quality. The payment will...

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