Responsible horse ownership starts with knowledge. Aim to be as knowledgeable as
you can about horse care, horse behaviour, training, safety, welfare and horse management.
Learn to take care of the land where your horse grazes. You can then apply this knowledge
to do the right thing for your horse (or horses) and for the environment. The Equiculture
website is a resource and a learning tool for responsible horse people – people like
you. By using this website you will more learn about:-
Equiculture promotes responsible horse ownership through education and a commitment
to ongoing learning. Remember to tell your friends about this site so that they,
their horses and the environment can benefit.
We hope this site will become one of your favourite sites. It contains information
that may not be readily available elsewhere. As well as featuring articles of topical
interest these pages also provide relevant links and reading lists that will help
you to further your education. We can all learn more and learning is fun.
This website is regularly updated with new information. We produce and reproduce
information that is both scientific and accessible.
The information on this website and any new additions is as relevant to inexperienced
as to experienced horse people. Read about us - Jane and Stuart Myers - and our experience
and credentials - on the About us page.
About the new website
Welcome readers new and old. This website is is a work in progress and always will
be as we continually update with new information, articles and links to other informative
websites. To be sure of keeping up to date with additions you should subscribe to
our mailing list if you have not already. You can now subscribe quickly and simply
via this site for free. Then you will receive a regular email (approximately every
one to two months - no junk) alerting you to new articles and new information that
has been added to the website since the last email. You will also be notified about
upcoming events (not only ours), both nationally and internationally, information
about other useful websites and current affairs.
We are also writing a travel blog (on the News and new stuff page) as we travel the
world looking at all things horse and studying sustainable horsekeeping. Over the
next few years our travels will enable us to expand our business, but also to visit
and research the global equine community with a view to sharing this information
with you. Our rough itinerary for the next year or so is on the news and new stuff
page and the Seminars and workshops page has a calendar of events. You wouldn't want
to miss out any new information so make sure you subscribe to the mailing list ASAP