Shoulder-in is the mother of all lateral movements. It was described in detail by the Grand Master François Robichon de la Guérinière along with its enormous gymnastic benefits for the…

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Callaho’s Lissabon
Photography: Tracy Robertson

Callaho’s Lissabon

Callaho Stud’s fabulous foundation sire and current ‘King of the Hill’, Callaho’s Lissabon turned 21 last winter. The combination of Lissabon’s own record as an exceptional all-round sporting athlete and…

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AskHQ: Haynet

Q: Can eating from a haynet be detrimental to my horse? A: Horses have evolved over millennia, and so their diets and eating habits have had to change too. As…

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AskHQ: Beet pulp

Q: Why is beet pulp good for horses? A: Beet pulp is a great feed for horses. It is an energy-rich source of digestible fibre that helps to promote and…

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AskHQ: Shiny coat

Q: What can I feed to make my horse’s coat shiny? A: Coat condition is a marker of your horse’s health, so before changing the diet, you should evaluate your…

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AskHQ: Mouldy hay

Q: How can I tell if my horse’s hay has gone off? A: The consequences for your horse’s gastrointestinal and respiratory health can be severe if forage quality, especially hygiene…

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