Veterinary Associates Equine Kumeu/West are going to be out at Woodhill Sands for our Clinic series, Tuesday 13th July, Wednesday 14th July and Thursday 15th July from 1 - 3 pm. Find out more about getting your horse all set for the upcoming season.....
Woodhill Sands has introduced a new local sponsorship package to support smaller businesses to join the team. We would like to take this opportunity to welcome Lisa Goodhart and The Rider's Body.
Are you frustrated with a lack of progression? Have an unclear image of how your pelvis moves? Have hip, knee or back pain issues? Know that you are unbalanced or crooked? Lack body awareness and the ability to isolate body parts to give independent aids? Struggle with confidence? Live with aches and pains? Would you like to improve your movement so you can continue riding and help your horse be his best for you? If the answer is yes, The Rider’s Body is for you!
The Rider’s Body founder Lisa is a local rider who offers a unique range of tools from internationally recognised movement therapies to help riders develop. Lisa works with pleasure riders looking to feel comfortable, balanced and safe through to competitive riders wanting to be more effective and have fewer riding related aches and pains.
Woodhill Sands is excited to be holding a Clinic Series over the upcoming July School Holidays. Packed with a wide range of clinics covering Dressage, Show Hunter and Jumping with a Gymnastic Pole Clinic and also offering a Working Equitation Clinic delivered by a judge/educator from Australia. These are in addition to our regular Open Days and the last of our Jump Club days. There is something for everyone. Check out the details in our full news article or specific information about each of the clinics in our Upcoming events section.
The winter season is now well underway and there’s been lots going on at Woodhill Sands. An update on all the happenings at the venue was recently distributed in the Winter Edition of our newsletter. Information about our Winter series, upcoming events and the accumulators running across the winter months (May to August) are included in this news article.
Winter can be a tricky time of year for feeding horses, especially if you have older horses or horses that lose weight easily. In addition to preparing for winter early, regular condition scoring and appropriate cover choices, feeding the right diet during winter is a key part of the mix to help keep your horses healthy and in good condition.
Check out this article from Tony Moore at Prydes Easifeed, which outlines some good tips to help you get through the winter months. Information about the full Prydes Easifeed range can be found here.