Allen & Page sponsored rider Ginnie Turnbull has a wealth of eventing experience having competed up to 4*. Ginnie, along with husband Will, now concentrates on producing youngsters through from breaking to competing 4 and 5-year-olds at the prestigious Burghley Young Event horse series or through the KBIS Young Horse Championships. Ginnie shares her start… Read more »

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Posted on April 19, 2018.

Did someone say sun? Whilst some of us will be putting on our sunglasses this week and enjoying the warm weather, we must not become blind to the possibility of laminitis especially now the spring grass is coming through! Low Starch and Low Sugar Feeds Horses and ponies who suffer from laminitis or are prone… Read more »

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Posted on March 30, 2018.

This year, some of us will be saddling up and venturing out to competitions whether this is unaffiliated or affiliated. For the affiliated competitors out there, it’s not just the training schedule which needs careful consideration – so does your horses’ feed! Allen & Page had always taken precautions to minimise the risk of prohibited… Read more »

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Posted on March 19, 2018.

As we all know, life can be a balancing act and so can our horse’s diet. Making sure horses are getting everything they need should be a top priority to keep them happy and healthy – here’s how we can help. Complementary Feeds Our horse feeds will be known as complementary feeds – this means… Read more »

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Posted on February 28, 2018.

Please note we have had to remain closed today (March 2nd), the roads to get into the mill have been blocked by snow drift. Previous Post: Due to the weather, we will be closing the mill and office early on Wednesday 28th and March 1st, for nutritional advice please contact us through Facebook, or use… Read more »

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Posted on February 28, 2018.

Do you fancy going face first into a bucket to have an ice-cold drink? No? We don’t either. Our horses may feel the same about cold drinks when it’s chilly too so it’s not uncommon for owners to notice their horses’ water intake decrease in the colder months. Whilst this is common, it should not… Read more »

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