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12 Feb / 2016

Upwards & Onwards

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We are so excited, but we can't tell you just yet....!!!

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In an attempt to offer you something different on our blog page, we thought you would be interested in learning what plants are poisonous to horses. Most of us know a few, such as Ragwort, Acorns etc, but we're sure you'll be fascinated to learn others, and maybe keep your horse safe. We will be adding more onto our blog page every few weeks, so keep checking back to find out more.

This is the last installment. We hope you have all been interested in finding out just what plants are poisonous, as much as we have in writing about them.

Images and information taken from A Guide to Plants Poisonous to Horses, by Keith Allison. www.allenbooks.co.uk

 

11 Jan / 2016

Mercury Jacket Impresses

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ETN is the UK's leading publication for the equestrian trade industry. We were delighted when the editor, Liz Benwell, gave our Nightrider Mercury Jacket a stunning review in the latest issue.

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In an attempt to offer you something different on our blog page, we thought you would be interested in learning what plants are poisonous to horses. Most of us know a few, such as Ragwort, Acorns etc, but we're sure you'll be fascinated to learn others, and maybe keep your horse safe. We will be adding more onto our blog page every few weeks, so keep checking back to find out more.

Images and information taken from A Guide to Plants Poisonous to Horses, by Keith Allison. www.allenbooks.co.uk

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The Equisafety Office will close at 12pm tomorrow - 22nd December - and reopen at 9.30am on Monday 4th January. Any orders placed during this period will be sent out on our return. We look forward to bringing you new and innovative products in 2016.

 

 

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Yes, unfortunately, it seems winter is on its way. Will we get weeks of snow, ice and freezing temperatures that makes life especially difficult for everyone living and working in the countryside and tending animals? Hopefully this coming winter will be relatively easy to contend with, but it might not be, so now is the time to ensure that all is ship-shape on the yard and that you’re well prepared to protect yourself, and your horses from the elements.

 

 

 

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Renowned for our passion regarding all things safety, Equisafety is constantly striving to provide not only the very best in performance sportswear designs but trail blazing the way in using smarter eco-friendly textiles

We are, therefore, delighted to be bringing to the market the first items in our ECO Range. This is an ideal pack which consists of a High Visibility Yellow Tabard, Hat Band and a Pair of Leg Boots. All for the amazing price of £29.99.