Denoting the DeNiro Quality

A great sensibility to catch the changes in this field and a vocation for innovation and research are the main characteristics which has led DeNiro Boot Company to establish its own leadership all over the equestrian world.”

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9 problems to watch for in older horses

9 problems to watch for in older horses
Any owners of older horses will recognise known issues, but if you have yet to see a companion through to old age, be prepared for these:

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Keeping an active veteran in peak condition this winter

Keeping an active veteran in peak condition this winter
As horses start to age they can show signs of slowing down, becoming a tad lethargic and losing some weight, but that’s no reason to panic or think that their best days are behind them. With the right care, a veteran horse can still enjoy life to the full and offer you exciting riding opportunities.

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Horsing around, up in the sky

Horsing around, up in the sky
Given how much international appeal horse riding has these days, it makes perfect sense that horses need to be flown to various locations around the world, in order to compete, but how exactly does the process work? Naturally, your horse won’t have a seat in first class, but you can ensure premium treatment and care for your four-legged companion, whilst flying.

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Competing in winter: 5 secrets to success

Competing in winter: 5 secrets to success
While the thought of competing in winter can be a little nerve-wracking, not to mention chilly, there are lots of reasons to look forward to this special part of the equestrian calendar. With your horse freshly clipped and keen to exercise, indoor venues promising protection from the elements and a great sense of camaraderie with your fellow competitors, winter competing is a fantastic opportunity to push yourself, especially if you take these tips into account:

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