• Snuggy Hoods NEW Bloggers

    Snuggy Hoods NEW Bloggers

    You may have noticed that Snuggy Hoods have recently been on the hunt for keen Equine Bloggers to join forces with.  We would like to introduce to you Toulaye Vereijken from the Netherlands and Talicia Beardsmore from Australia.  Both of these ladies caught Snuggy Hoods eye, they each have a large following on Instagram featuring high quality images and great engagement with all of...
  • NEW Trade Stand for Snuggy Hoods

    NEW Trade Stand for Snuggy Hoods

    Snuggy Hoods launched the NEW Trade stand at Olympia 2018, we are really looking forward to our next show at Badminton Horse Trials next week. The stand has been designed to enhance the shopping experience for our customers, everything is clearly displayed and easy to locate.  We have a changing room on the changing room for those wishing to try on our Comfort Sports...
  • Catch up with Natalie Povey's Latest Blog

    Catch up with Natalie Povey's Latest Blog

    Blog for February and March 2018 The last two months we have been busy working on our training as well as having our weekly lessons with Helen. We have been working on Fulltide not being quite so reactive to my aids so we maintain the relaxation, as Fulltide is very sensitive to my aids so I am learning to ask her less so she...
  • Suffering with your itchy horses & ponies?

    Suffering with your itchy horses & ponies?

    It can often seem like a never ending battle at this time of year, whether your four legged friend just reacts badly to fly bites or is a Sweet Itch sufferer...there is help available to help keep it under control. Snuggy Hoods are here to help, we offer a free advice line and are very friendly. We offer a wide range of product to...
  • Keeping Up with the King's

    Keeping Up with the King's

    It has been all steam ahead from the beginning of January. We are very fortunate to have Becca back with us for a second year, and then we have a new groom called Sophie Benger, who is lovely and settling into the King routine very well. My horses did 3 weeks roadwork, then I started to introduce a bit of schooling. lunging, pole work and...
  • Natalie Povey's Winter Blog Update

    Natalie Povey's Winter Blog Update

    It seems a while since my last blog, we have been very busy. We are also enjoying training in the lighter evenings as spring is fast approaching.   Just before Christmas we attended our first ever able bodied competition at a local unaffiliated competition but the classes were judged by a British Dressage listed judge. In the lead up to the competition I was...
The cookie settings on this website are set to 'allow all cookies' to give you the very best experience. Please click Accept Cookies to continue to use the site.
You have successfully subscribed!
x