If you didn’t already know, this Saturday, 25th March, is National Equestrian Safety Day. Created by The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund charity, National Equestrian Safety Day is all about highlighting the importance of thinking, acting and being safe around horses before the season starts.
Although many horses and ponies love life indoors during the colder winter months, many like to enjoy the grass too. Giving them the freedom to roam, graze and interact with other horses at their leisure is priceless, however, providing them with shelter from the Great British climate is essential. Anyone that owns horses knows that most […]
The farming industry turned out in its thousands for another impressive UK Dairy Day on Wednesday 16th September. Along with farmers putting plans in place for the imminent winter weather, the Graham Heath Construction team embraced the autumnal weather, helped by layers of branded jackets, fleeces and hats… Well, those that were left after being […]
The Graham Heath Equestrian team has just got back from another fantastic few days at Bolesworth International after providing stabling for the yearling auction and meeting lots of lovely customers and suppliers, both old and new!
There is no doubt that a business working in any area associated with equestrian activities will have special requirements when it comes to building and construction. Stables, training arenas or horse riding schools all need a range of buildings and other constructions that have to deal with the demands of powerful horses and their daily […]
The winter months can present difficulties for horse owners who are passionate about their animals and those in the equestrian industry who like to ensure the best possible care is given to provide a warm and safe environment during this difficult period. In the UK, the seasonal weather patterns mean that changes need to be […]
We previously shared our preview of Scope Festival 2014, but here is our round-up. The Alexander’s Horse Boxes British Show Jumping Scope Festival took place during the last week of August. Being one of the most prestigious events on the equestrian calendar everyone in equestrian circles greatly looks forward to this week. Graham Heath Equestrian […]
One of the many reasons people love the UK is the fact that we have distinct seasons – but it’s also well known that the autumn and winter months can present certain challenges for various businesses and in particular for the equestrian industry. There are many different approaches to a winter turnout policy and these […]
Whether you are running a small equestrian business or a major outfit involving a large number of horses, you must ensure that your buildings are up to scratch. Dealing with the needs and requirements of powerful animals means paying careful attention to the buildings which you use every day. Today, there are many different construction […]