Louisa Milne Home: Winter Training

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[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Louisa Milne Home is one of Scotland’s top Event Riders, and has been running her competition yard based in Central Scotland, since Graduating with the BSc Hon’s from the Royal Agricultural College in 2001.In this time she has produced six horses to Advanced level, three of them from four year olds. Alongside producing her own horses, Louisa has produced and sold horses to young riders so that they can get started in the sport of Eventing.

Louisa discussed training her horses, equestrian life in Scotland, training in winter months, how snow can help, feeding her horses on Top Spec and how Robinson Animal Health Animalintex are a must for your First Aid Kit. All on the #HorseHour Podcast.

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  1. I was lucky enough to spend the day with Louisa at her yard – what a lovely person – they made me and my Connie Finnan so welcome. Louisa was so interesting to talk to and full of knowledge and experience – she also was genuinely interested in my plans for the 2017 eventing season. We went out for a gentle hack … Louisa on the legend that is “Duck” (King Eider) and me on little Finnboo – two greys …. little and very large ?. Then she gave me a super arena eventing type lesson on – we swapped Ponios which was hilarious – I think she enjoyed the pocket rocket Finnboo and I certainly enjoyed my ride on Duck – he’s such a lovely gentle giant ???. What a fabulous day I had and would recommend any services that Louisa offers xxx

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