Protecting your horse against the sun is vital in the summer months. Like humans, horses can get sunburnt and develop other skin issues as a result of UV rays. We’ll be discussing what UV is, how it...
While longer, warmer days bring the opportunity for more riding and time at the barn in the sunshine, fly season has its own set of challenges.  There are lots of ways for horse owners to manage these...
Spring cleaning at the barn is a task that many equestrians dread. Why spend time scrubbing stalls when you could be riding? A clean barn is not only a more hygienic environment for you and your horse...
Sometimes it feels like our horses have a more extensive closet than us. Fly and cooler blankets for the summer, stable and turnout blankets for winter, plus all those in-between blanket weights for spring and fall. To...
Longer days with warmer weather peeking through the winter cold. To horse enthusiasts, it’s time to start shaking off with winter blues and start thinking of spring weather. The change of season brings a need for different...
In the horse blanket guide series so far, we have covered the different features of a blanket and what factors influence the kind of blanket your horse needs. Whilst it may be easy to select a blanket...
  Welcome back to Horseware Ireland’s horse blanket series. In part one, ‘Breaking Down the Blanket’, we helped you understand all the parts of the horse blanket. Now that you’re an expert on what denier actually means...
As we approach chillier temperatures, it’s time to start bringing out the cold weather necessities which can include horse blankets. To blanket or not, what fabric is best, and what’s the difference in cuts are all questions...
Summer is perfect for equestrians: sunny days, more time in the saddle, and no wet, muddy horses to groom. Summer also brings soaring temperatures though which can make it difficult to enjoy your time at the barn....