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Property and stabling

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Right Fence

February 2019

From a practical and safety point of view, boundary and internal fencing are the most obvious structures that require attention when laying out your property to meet the needs of your horses (and potentially other animals).   When you start exploring what type of fencing you should consider for your property you will find that fences are much like horse supplements... There are hundreds of different options you could choose from! And, just like supplements, some of those fences are totally not suited or required for your horses. 

H-Line Covered Riding and Lungeing Arenas

October 2018

‘Equitent’ by H-Line Structures - provide the strength and permanency of a mainstream building, with a faster install, and the flexibility to relocate! Our Riding Halls (Arenas) and Lunging Halls (Round Yards) not only have impressive aesthetics and supreme functionality, but also meet the highest of Australian safety standards, including protection against wind, fire and snow. The modern products in the Equitent series are complemented with versatile equipment options and a comprehensive range of accessories to withstand even the toughest Australian conditions.


March 2018

Together with Dr Petra Buckley, Senior Lecturer in Equine Studies at Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, we challenged students to bust some common myths and misconceptions about horse training and management. You may find the results surprising. In case you’d like to continue your own research, we’ve included a list of the full references, so head over to Google Scholar and see the science for yourself. Myth #1: Two-year-old racing damages young horses Words by Erin Sykes, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga

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