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Run Your Own Race

By Amanda Wilson | Friday, 3 May 2019
I think a lot of people struggle with this issue and that is of comparing themselves to someone else’s story. We compare how we ride, the horses we own, how much money we have, the results we get etc, and often at the... KEEP READING >
Why It Is All Worth It In The End Why It Is All Worth It In The End
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Why It Is All Worth It In The End

By Amanda Wilson | Tuesday, 18 December 2018
I have been showjumping since I was eleven years old. My first showjumping pony was a 14hh, 12-year-old mare who Mum bought for me sight unseen for $500. Since then I have slowly but surely learnt the ropes of showjumping and... KEEP READING >
My Choice Of Joint Supplement My Choice Of Joint Supplement
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My Choice Of Joint Supplement

By Amanda Wilson | Monday, 26 November 2018
I have used Tuffrock now for many years and absolutely LOVE their range of products. In the past, I have shared a lot about the Tuffrock Poultice and GI products which helps to deal with inflammation, swelling, stomach ulcers,... KEEP READING >
What Studs To Use On Different Ground What Studs To Use On Different Ground
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What Studs To Use On Different Ground

By Amanda Wilson | Saturday, 17 November 2018

There are a number of factors to be taken into consideration when studding at shows; namely the size of the horse, the surface and the weather all play a big part as explained below.

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How To Stud! How To Stud!
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How To Stud!

By Amanda Wilson | Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Knowing how to stud is such an important skill for the majority of disciplines when working your horse on grass surfaces.

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Motivating The Lazy Horse Motivating The Lazy Horse
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Motivating The Lazy Horse

By Amanda Wilson | Thursday, 13 September 2018
Lazy horses can be very difficult to work with and often they can leave you at a loss on how to motivate them to maintain their own impulsion and find that forward button. Below is my top tips for helping the lazy horse! KEEP READING >
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Product Of The Month!

By Amanda Wilson | Thursday, 6 September 2018

I have been wearing BTB apparel for the last year and despite working outside for numerous hours every day and working in some tough environments the clothing is still in super condition!!

 

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Product Of The Month!

By Amanda Wilson | Tuesday, 31 July 2018

We have had Gallacher's Equine fencing installed for almost two years now and we are still yet to have a SINGLE accident. It is the most incredible product and something we wish we had installed years ago!

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A Great Substitute To Bandaging A Great Substitute To Bandaging
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A Great Substitute To Bandaging

By Amanda Wilson | Wednesday, 25 July 2018
If you are at all concerned about bandaging a horse due to lack of experience or are unable to bandage for whatever reason (such as a particular horse not standing still long enough to bandage etc) then Leg Wraps are a... KEEP READING >
Bringing Horses Back Into Work Bringing Horses Back Into Work
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Bringing Horses Back Into Work

By Amanda Wilson | Saturday, 14 July 2018

This is an issue that can have major implications on a horses performance and soundness and what I am talking about is correct fitness work prior to the season or when bringing a horse back into work.

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Using Professional Photos Using Professional Photos
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Using Professional Photos

By Amanda Wilson | Wednesday, 4 July 2018
This has been a topic that I’ve been wanting to address for a long time and it applies no matter what level you compete at or what discipline you compete in. What I am talking about is professional photography and how it... KEEP READING >
The Uphill Horse Vs The Downhill Horse The Uphill Horse Vs The Downhill Horse
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The Uphill Horse Vs The Downhill Horse

By Amanda Wilson | Tuesday, 26 June 2018
Welcome to the beginning of my Jumping Formula! To do my coaching method justice, I need to emphasise the importance of how a horse is supposed to use its body while jumping. For that reason, I begin with the uphill horse... KEEP READING >
What Is The Formula? What Is The Formula?
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What Is The Formula?

By Amanda Wilson | Saturday, 23 June 2018
I discovered the formula for my own riding and for those riders I coach across the country, a little over two years ago and have been developing it ever since. At first, it was an experiment to see how I could get better... KEEP READING >
Treating Mudfever! Treating Mudfever!
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Treating Mudfever!

By Amanda Wilson | Thursday, 7 June 2018
Mud fever is the nightmare of all leg issues. I've had terrible cases over the years and tried almost everything in the book to try and combat it. Last year I had a horse who had mud fever for 8 months. We treated him... KEEP READING >
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Product Of The Month!

By Amanda Wilson | Tuesday, 5 June 2018
For over a decade we have fed Coprice feeds and the results, in terms of our horse's health, condition and performance, has been incredible. Coprice is a rice-based product (meaning it contains no grain) made in... KEEP READING >
To Cover Or Not To Cover? To Cover Or Not To Cover?
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To Cover Or Not To Cover?

By Amanda Wilson | Sunday, 3 June 2018
Correct management over winter is very important to ensuring your horse maintains optimum condition and stays healthy. Choosing to cover or not cover is usually a personal choice depending on the work your horse is in and... KEEP READING >