Sarah's Blog

Random ramblings about Horse Care, Equine Courses and more

Why study our Introduction to Equine Massage course?

Our Introduction to Equine Massage course is one of our most popular courses and we are always delighted with the feedback we receive from our students! We were very pleased to hear from our latest course graduate this week - Louise Magill has now passed the course with flying colours and gave...

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Why study Equine Behaviour?

One of our most popular courses is our Equine Behaviour & Psychology course. All of our students on this course have given us very positive feedback and we love to hear about the difference the course has made to our student's relationship with their horses! So, we were delighted to receive...

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Keeping your horse cool this Summer!

Summer is a great time to get out and enjoy your horse, but the season also comes with management challenges. As the temperatures rises, so does your horse’s risk of overheating. Horse trailers can become sweltering, stalls stifling, and exercise dangerous. Read on for answers about your...

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Keeping in touch!

One of the things we pride ourselves on at Equine Distance Learning is the relationships we develop with our students! When you enrol with us you will receive our full support and can contact us as little or as often as you would like to! We love to hear from our students - whether it is...

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And the winner is...!

We hope that you all had a lovely Easter break! Over the Easter holidays we ran a competition to win one of our very popular Pony Courses! We are pleased to announce that the winner was Inez Wilkinson-Pinto who submitted this lovely pony photo with a Spring/Eater theme! We would also like to...

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Easter Competition: WIN a Pony Course!

**Competition Time!** If you are looking for something to keep your children entertained this Easter holiday why not get them to enter our competition to WIN one of our Pony Courses? To be in with a chance of winning your child needs to submit a photo or a drawing of a horse with a spring/Easter...

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It's Colic Awareness Week!

As part of the ‘REACT Now to Beat Colic’ campaign, The British Horse Society (BHS) and the University of Nottingham are launching their first ever Colic Awareness Week from Monday 1 April – Sunday 7 April 2019. The week aims to raise awareness of the importance of recognising the more subtle,...

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Congratulations to all our successful graduates this month!

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So many successful BHS students this month - Well Done everybody!

We are delighted to have received so many Essential Horse Knowledge Certificates in the office this morning! Well Done to all our students who took and passed their exams for their BHS qualifications this month! We will be posting these Certificates out to everyone very soon. We are very...

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Don't just take our word for it!

It is always lovely to receive positive feedback from our students! We are one of the leading UK providers of online distance learning equine courses and we are always striving to make sure our student experience is the best it can be! Our aim is to educate, help, advise and give knowledge to...

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