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Horobin Celebrates 30yrs

Posted on Jan 29, 2015 in News, Uncategorized

Horobin Saddlery Celebrates 30years of making saddles.   Marlee Horobin tells us all about it and what is happening with Horobin Saddlery. We can’t believe it has been 30 years of making and fitting...

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Summer Edition – Issue 18

Posted on Jan 27, 2015 in News

Issue 18 – Summer Edition of Baroque Horse Magazine. Filled with educational articles like How to your horse’s topline and Rhythm, Tempo, Stride Length, Energy output, and of course the beautiful images of these stunning horses.

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War Horse Statue – Chatsworth House (UK)

Posted on Jan 27, 2015 in Uncategorized

We love visiting Chatsworth House and to absorb the views of the rolling hills of the Derbyshire Dales are stunning no matter what season. It is delightful to stroll around one of the finest country houses with its immaculate landscaped gardens. Inside house is in all its grandeur with priceless art, antique furniture, and gilded rooms

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Happy Horse Training

Posted on Jan 24, 2015 in News

Regular Contributors and sisters Gabrielle and Camille Dareau  from Happy...

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Q & A: Chronic Sinus – Equine

Posted on Jan 22, 2015 in News, Uncategorized

Q & A – Health – Chronic Sinus- Equine Questions answered by...

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Photo Tutorial – What is Depth of Field ?

Posted on Jan 19, 2015 in News

Depth of Field? what the heck is that? This is the response I initially get when I first start to explain it!

In a nutshell, Depth of Field (DOF)is the area that is IN focus in your photo! The blurry bit is the ‘out of focus bits’ Look at picture 1, and you can see this demonstrated.

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15 fantastic horse clipping Tips

Posted on Jan 18, 2015 in News, Products reviews, Uncategorized

In Australia, we are just sweltering in the heat, and this is not unusual for our summer, but we still a couple more months left to get through!! The days are long, and the heat beats down on us and we can escape inside to air-conditioning but what about our poor horses?? Time to get out those clippers and give them some relief!! Below are some helpful tips from our latest issue of the magazine (Issue 18). In these photos, we used Heiniger clippers and loved them! We recommended you go and have a look at what they have if you don’t own a pair of clippers. Without a doubt clippers are a good investment for whether you just want your horse to be more comfortable or your are competing. Don’t forget the family pooch too!!!

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Golegã 2014 Horse Fair – Portugal

Posted on Jan 17, 2015 in lusitano, News

Ever heard of the sleepy little township of Golegã in Portugal? Golegã awakens every November for about a week when it becomes the destination for many Lusitano horse owner/breeder in the country. This fair is not a new thing as has taken place since the 18th century thus Golegã is known as Capital do Cavalo (horse capital). And Golegã is engulfed by these festivities each day and long into the nights!We have been bringing you photos of this fair for the past two years and 2014 in the magazine and now it was our time to go and see for ourselves. We thought we knew what to expect but was an absolute adventure from driving through the narrow streets, finding a place to park, dodging the rain and soaking up the party atmosphere

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Best Travel Boots

Posted on Jan 15, 2015 in News, Products reviews

Recently Patty and I embarked on a working holiday to Europe and, of course,...

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Horse Statues From Around The World – Marble Arch (London)

Posted on Jan 12, 2015 in News, Uncategorized

Travelling around UK and Europe there are so many different magnificent horse statues and we were curious ourselves on why and how they came to be there. In a series of blogs, we will introduce the different one we came across. Hope you enjoy learning as we are.

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Hengstend Keuring – 8-9-10 January 2015

Posted on Jan 9, 2015 in friesian, friesian, News

Hengstend Keuring – 8-9-10 January 2015

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Hoof & Contact

Posted on Dec 31, 2014 in News

In issue 18 Lou Verwey from Capricorn has written an excellent article on the contact of the horse’s hoof and the effect on the different surfaces. If you are planning on building an arena or you have one it is very important on what surface you put down.

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Travelling Tip – Don’t forget your raincoat!!!

Posted on Dec 23, 2014 in News, Products reviews, Uncategorized

We recently discovered the Muddy Creek Raincoats, much to our delight. :) Travelling through UK and Europe, we got to use them every day either for rain protection or just to block out the cold. The best comment, I can give, is FUNCTIONAL AND FASHIONABLE!

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Posted on Oct 3, 2014 in Breed News, News, Uncategorized

This is the place to find your perfect Baroque Stallion to breed with.

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