Wednesday, 19 June 2019
The Arabian Magazine

Travelling Tips by Simple System Horse Feeds

Travelling can be a stressful activity for horses, both mentally and physically. Horses use up as much energy travelling as they do walking. We have compiled our top tips to make sure your...

Celebrating the Legacy and Making History!

The Pyramid Society is nearly 50 years old, and what better time to “Celebrate the Legacy” of their remaining Founder, Judith Forbis, and the 60th anniversary of Ansata Arabian Stud? From a wonderful breakfast...

Animal Health Trust Vet champions ridden horse welfare with new video series

One of the UK’s most eminent equine orthopaedic specialists, Dr Sue Dyson, is playing a leading role in a series of new educational videos aimed at helping riders, owners, trainers and vets to recognise...

Simplified Definition for Straight Egyptian Arabians Adopted by The Pyramid Society

In 1969, the founding members of The Pyramid Society, recognizing the unique qualities and genetic prepotency of a specific group of Arabian horses in Egypt, meticulously studied stud books, herd books and trustworthy documents...

British Breeding announces 2018 Futurity plans

Photography: Credit Kevin SparrowBritish Breeding, the new management company in charge of the former BEF Equine Development Programme, is delighted to announce the dates and plans for its 2018 British Breeding Baileys Horse Feeds...

Worried about the spring grass? Prone to laminitis?

As spring arrives, the grass starts to grow and sugar levels in the grass increase. Whilst this is good news for most horse owners, for those with overweight horses or horses with metabolic issues it can be a difficult time.
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