Posted on January 5th, 2017

Situations Vacant


VACANCY AT KINGS OF SUFFOLK FOR A SALES ASSISTANT: Kings of Suffolk require a cheerful, confident, friendly, smart person to work Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays plus some Saturdays each month. A broad knowledge of the equine industry/disciplines and an interest in fashion and style is desirable. Computer literacy will be required to work on EPOS till. You must be physically fit as some heavy lifting is required (feed sacks!). To express an interest please email your CV to:

Posted on January 2nd, 2017

Robinson First Aid Kit

Posted on January 2nd, 2017


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Posted on January 2nd, 2017

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Posted on December 20th, 2016

Saddlery & Tack


The art of fitting a bridle is explained in depth by the Society of Master Saddlers – see our February edition for more.

Posted on December 20th, 2016

Equine Dentistry


How can you tell if your horse needs a check-up? Cassie Woods explains more in our February edition.

Posted on December 20th, 2016

Love Dogs


In our new regular column entitled ‘Love Dogs’ we find out more about Canine Hydrocare and how this can assist your pooch. Plus we look at nutritional advice as your dog’s feeding regime is as important as your horse’s to ensure a healthy weight is maintained.

Posted on December 20th, 2016

Christmas Opening Hours

The Absolute Horse Magazine office will be closed from midday Thursday 22nd December and reopen on Wednesday 4th January 2017 at 9am.

Posted on December 12th, 2016

World class athletes selected for equestrian 2016-2018 squad

The British Equestrian Federation (BEF) has announced 34 athletes who have been selected for the UK Sport National Lottery funded World Class Podium Potential Programme for 2016-2018. 

Acting equestrian Performance Director Sarah Armstrong comments; “It was fantastic to see such a great depth of talent coming forward through the selection trials this summer, and I would like to congratulate all those selected on to the 2016 cohort. The performance pathway for our athletes, both equine and human, is vital to ensure the continued success of our sport in Great Britain and on the international stage.

“The continuing evolution of the Programme, which will see more tailored coaching, and a greater emphasis on sports science introduced throughout the next Olympic cycle, is designed to ensure that through Podium Potential we are helping to develop medal winners of the future.”

This year’s squad includes Rio Olympic travelling reserve Jessica Mendoza as well as members of this year’s Olympic Ambition Programme and the Paralympic Inspiration Programme, including Hayley Watson-Greaves, Jake Saywell, Millie Allen and Natasha Adkinson. A number of the jumping athletes nominated will also be competing at Olympia next week in the Under 23 British Championships.

Among the new Podium Potential squad are Bert Bolton, Imogen Murray, Anna-Mae Cole, Charlotte Cundall, Suzanna Hext and Amanda Shirtcliffe who were on the BEF’s Excel Talent Programme, part of the rider talent pathway.

2016-2018 squad includes Chloe Winchester from Suffolk.

Through the World Class Podium Potential Programme, athletes will receive support through world-class coaching, human and equine sports science and medicine, nutrition and sports psychology, as part of an established training pathway.