Blogs

Kristen Manning

OCTOBER 2015 Picture: Stay with me As the outstanding filly Stay With Me raced away to an easy victory in the Gr.1 1000 Guineas, memories of her dam Miss Finland – winner of the same race in 2006 – resurfaced. Not just for racegoers but…

Tatiana Gold

Tatiana  Equine Journalist/Photographer/Director/ Producer/Drone Pilot             Blog 1.  April 2015 I have always loved horses. Growing up in Canberra, Dad would take me to the Jamison markets every weekend so I could have a pony ride. As I grew up,…

Colleen Lethbridge

Colleen Lethbridge Marketing & PR, Equine Entertainment Director Blog 4. November Hi Everyone, I hope you and your horses are managing through all the problems that Spring brings along. Quite a few of mine are in the “Jenny Craig” paddock, after pigging out on the…

Manolo Mendez

JANUARY 2016 Manolo Mendez – Hot Weather Strategies for Horses This is a routine we have established through trial and error over the years, for when the temperature rises above 35 degrees. We are flexible in how we do things and are always looking for…

Bec Stoneman

SEPTEMBER BLOG Spring Racing is well and truly upon us and if you’re planning to hit the track, now is the perfect time to start shopping for your outfit! Finally we can ditch the ‘All black everything’ and have a play around with some more…

Steve Halfpenny

FEEL. Feel is something often talked about by good horsemen and serious students of good horsemanship. Is is a vital part of achieving balance in our horses and it can take time to understand all of the ways feel can be applied when working with…

Dani Simmonds

Equine Body Work Specialist Dani’s blog NOV 2015 A few years ago, a couple of my interstate clients let me know they were coming to my home state to race in a series finals. They asked that I make some time to work with their…

Mark Burnell

EQUINE DENTIST PRESIDENT AUSTRALIAN HORSE INDUSTRY COUNCIL   Coming Soon

Dr Bill Roughan

Blog Post 3. July Dr. Bill Roughan Equine Dentistry – Benefits of Floating Reserve crown is the root section beneath the gum line. The roots get shorter as the horse ages, until eventually the teeth fall out any time after 16 years of age. •…

Expert Blogs

Horse & Country TV Australia are putting together a panel of equine experts to focus on their respected fields. All of our bloggers will be providing monthly blogs and are happy to answer a question from our viewers in their blogs. Our blog feature will…