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Author: Cynthia Cooper   Date Posted: 25 September 2017

I became aware of the Radius Rasp by Evolutionary Hoofcare recently, and after a few months of trying it, I loved it so much I decided to stock them. The Radius Rasp has passed my ‘Horse Endorsed’ product testing by being a tool that works well ....

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Author: Cynthia Cooper   Date Posted: 8 August 2017

The new LightRider Chinstrap cover is made from soft neoprene to keep the chinstrap buckle secure and padded.

Author: Carol Layton   Date Posted: 2 July 2017

In this video presentation Carol Layton of Balanced Equine (Australia) looks at two common horse nutrition problems: Faded or sunbleached coats, and dry cracked hooves....

Author: Rick Allen   Date Posted: 11 May 2016

There are three basic products that help to maintain leather tack in good order. These are saddle soap, cream conditioner and oil. I recommend Oakwood products because every saddler and leather worker I've asked, say they are the best. I've also used ...

Author: Cynthia Cooper   Date Posted: 20 April 2016

Introducing the new Super Tough 6cm Round Bale Hay Nets - the first Australian design and the best! In response to customer demand, we've decided to increase the strength of our round bale 6cm hole nets from a 48 ply twine to a 60 ply twine...

Date Posted: 23 February 2016

Developed by Carol Layton from Balanced Equine, the Laminitis Rescue mix came about after horse owners requested a mix which offers the nutrients that benefit horses who are either laminitic prone...

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Date Posted: 2 February 2016

The most highly anticipated and by far the best bathing AND grooming product to ever hit the market, HandsOn Gloves have arrived. With a glove on each hand, you reach beyond professional grooming excellence while naturally bonding with your animal...

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Author: Carol Layton   Date Posted: 19 November 2015

It's always a relief when owners say their horses accept the minerals straight away but it is fairly common that it doesn't work that way. Essentially you have to re-educate your horse's palate and this can take time in some horses.

Author: Cynthia Cooper   Date Posted: 25 September 2015

I've always recommended using a cotton saddle pad under the LightRider Bareback Pad to keep it clean, and finally, our own saddle pad is available at a very affordable price in comparison to others in the market....

Author: Cynthia Cooper   Date Posted: 12 April 2015

LightRider bridles are a sidepull style of bitless, either with chinstrap action or no chinstrap action. So what’s the difference and how do you use it either way?