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Update from Brand Ambassador Chelsea Pearce

Update from Brand Ambassador Chelsea Pearce

Today I had Albert VI at Ascott under wychwood. After he slightly lost his confidence having stepped up to CCI S4* level at the end of last season we decided to give him a really lovely time out for his first run as almost a schooling session to get him back into the…
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New Puppy at Aqueos

New Puppy at Aqueos

Meet new Aqueos puppy, Bailey. He's just too cute! Bailey will be helping to test products and he has already had an Aqueos shampoo bath.
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Ally reviews our Horse Shampoo and Shammy

Ally reviews our Horse Shampoo and Shammy

So I recently tried Aqueos Anti Bacterial Horse Shampoo & Drying Shammy and I gotta say, I’m impressed! This particular shampoo claims to soothe minor irritated skin, treat itchiness and be anti fungal as well as anti bacterial. I used this on my cob’s legs, as he’s prone to feather…
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NEW Horse & Dog Drying Shammy

NEW Horse & Dog Drying Shammy

Made from Polyvinyl Alcohol, or PVA, a hydrophilic material, the Aqueos Drying Shammy attracts water and maintains it within its three dimensional, interconnected porous structure. Each pore is joined to the other pores, increasing its ability to hold large amounts of water. This super-absorbent material is soft and gentle to use and can…
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Helping Horses in Bulgaria by Lucy Irvine

Helping Horses in Bulgaria by Lucy Irvine

Every day, LIFE Foundation, in Bulqaria, encounters wounded horses in need of help in the Roma communiites where we work. This was one I met today.. The local livestock vet could not come quiclky to assess for stitchinq and to administer a tetanus shot, but I could do somethinq…
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Top Tips for Transporting Horses Safely

Top Tips for Transporting Horses Safely

In the good old days, horses were put to work transporting humans, either by pulling a carriage or astride their backs. Now, of course, the reverse is true; we happily load up our horses into trailers or lorries and transport them many miles for our pleasure. That’s progress for you! Yet transporting horses is not…
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