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Summer showing - for horses and ponies. (In-hand, M&M, ridden show horses & ponies, working hunter)

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Summer showing - for horses and ponies. (In-hand, M&M, ridden show horses & ponies, working hunter)

  There are some lovely horse shows running up and down the UK currently that are offering showing classes for horses and ponies. We know that many of our customers enjoy showing, so have detailed some of the main classes available... visit The British Show Horse Association and The British Show Pony Society for more info. Equine showing classes In-hand Whether it’s a fun show or an affiliated one, the majority of horse and county shows have 'in-hand' classes, which may include young-stock, broodmare and some stallion classes, veteran, coloureds, mountain and moorland, hunters, and those aimed at specific breeds....

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Hunting for the perfect hunter bridle? A Hunter bridle is designed to compliment the look of a hunter horse (or pony)

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Hunting for the perfect hunter bridle? A Hunter bridle is designed to compliment the look of a hunter horse (or pony)

Hunting for the perfect hunter bridle? Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Hunter bridle? Let’s look at its main use - the show ring. Many horse and pony riders enjoy showing classes, and the Show Hunter class is one of the most popular. As the name suggests, the equine hunter should possess qualities that are recognised in the hunting field. These include good manners, ground-covering movement and, if competing in working hunter classes, a bold jumping style. Show hunter horses are divided into three weight sections; lightweight, middleweight and heavyweight. A lightweight hunter typically measures in at...

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