Also this important line. The ‘when’ means we can visit just have to socially distance.
When visiting a livery yard or stables you should avoid unnecessary social contact and gathering with people who you do not live with
So the updated guidance says the outdoors exercise is permitted and this includes horse riding. You can travel for exercise if you need to make a short journey to do so. You can leave your home to care or exercise an an animal or horse where they are not kept at home.
Therefore from that I take...
I moved from a yard with an indoor school to a yard without last autumn and I must admit I really didn’t ride enough due to the wet weather.
Going to buy some decent waterproof gear so I have no excuse this winter.
I keep seeing those decathlon jods recommend!
Ahh glad this has been bumped. I follow a few US instagram accounts and the Hunter jumpers have puzzled me. The riders fold completely forwards over the smallest of jumps and then stay perched between the jumps. Seems the complete opposite to here where we are told to stay off the horses neck...
I’ve got a toggi Alston, really impressed with it. However it’s fairly lightweight, definitely need layers when it’s cold.
For proper winter I’ve got an ariat shire coat. It’s the best coat I’ve ever had
He’s on brewers yeast as I believe it helps his scurfy chestnut coat and it’s good for his gut. He is also on magnesium, this is a trial as he went a bit crazy, his behaviour is much better, whether that is due to the magnesium or not I dont know. He is also on electrolytes as he is a sweaty beast