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What is a Suffolk Punch?

What is a Suffolk Punch?

  • by Anna Bowen

The Suffolk Punch, also known as the Suffolk Horse, is one of Britain's native heavy horses. The word "Punch" is an Old English term which refers to a stout and solid build.

What is equine herpesvirus EHV-1?

What is equine herpesvirus EHV-1?

  • by Andrew Amy

Equine herpesvirus, EHV-1 neurological explained. The symptoms. Why it is so serious. And a petition to support the restriction of equine travel in and out of the UK.

How have horses evolved?

How have horses evolved?

  • by Anna Bowen

Ancient horses were once no taller than a 30cm ruler, lived in forests and had toes! Millions of years of evolution has created what we today call a horse.

What is a double bridle?

What is a double bridle?

  • by Anna Bowen

Double bridles are an essential tool for riders at certain levels of some disciplines. Defined by having two bits, the double bridle has been around for centuries.

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