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Friday, 8 November, 2019

#nostirrupnovember: our tips to survive your no-stirrup sessions

Have you ever heard of no-stirrup November? In recent years, November has become the month when many riders take off their stirrups for a good cause. Real moment of fear, even of suffering for some, while for others, it is a pure moment of happiness ... riding without stirrups is a must in the practice of equestrian sports. In this article we share our tips to survive your sessions without stirrups.

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Friday, 25 October, 2019

Colic, what is it and how can we avoid them?

1st cause of death in horses, colic is a concern for owners and equestrian centers. They are among the most common and serious disorders in equines. They constitute the veterinarian's first reason for emergency calls and the leading cause of horse mortality. In this article, we explain how to avoid them and how to react when your horse is showing signs of colic.

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Friday, 27 September, 2019

Seaver's tips and tricks to address the change of season

Autumn has been here since a few days and it signs the end of the good days. The horse is an animal with a seasonal organism, particularly sensitive to changes in seasons and changes in his environment. It is therefore important to support him in this seasonal transition and to ensure his well-being. We give you some tips and tricks to get through the fall season peacefully.

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Wednesday, 11 September, 2019

Our advice to get back to work after summer break

Summer is coming to an end, holidays are over, it’s time to get back to work but you don’t know where to start? Seaver will guide you to get your horse back to work after some holidays with efficiency and carefulness!

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Friday, 9 August, 2019

Physiological trim? What is that?

Also known as "natural trim", the physiological trim has become quite popular in recent years. Opinions on the subject are various, particularly regarding its compatibility for the sport use. You will discover in this article that this way of thinking isn't only a matter of shoeing or unshoeing your horse, for some pathologies need necessarily the use of orthopaedic shoes as some disciplines on the grass.

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