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Do you know why it is so important to get your horses teeth checked regularly by a suitably qualified person? And who is suitably qualified and what are they looking for? What role does sedation play? All these questions and more are answered in todays blog. Anna x


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A little motivation to get us to Spring…

I don’t know about anybody else, but I find it so difficult to stay motivated throughout winter!?

Those 5:30am alarms, wet gloves, frozen fingers, lack of turnout and the issues that come hand in hand with that.


Many horse owners are struggling this time of year to maintain weight and condition in their horses and ponies. Ridings Equine Vets have put together a list of suggestions of feeds that can help owners achieve weight gain in their horses.

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Ridings Equine Vets are seeing more and more cases of Strangles in the Yorkshire area. We have come up with ten tips to help horse owners prevent the disease.

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Equine strangles is a common disease affecting horses that can occasionally be fatal – here is a brief description of signs, treatments, testing and prevention.


Many of you know at Ridings Equine Vets we are always caring for a variety horses at our practice. Here is a little insight of what we get up to at our practice.


As vets, our time is somewhat divided between preventative healthcare, treating a range of medical and orthopaedic problems and firefighting emergencies

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I’ve put together a list of horse related New Year’s Resolutions that I think every horse owner or rider should be thinking about to get the most out of their horse in 2018.


At Ridings Equine Vets we are passionate about equine dentistry and are committed to making sure your horses’ mouth is in the best condition possible.