If you have any experience transporting horses, you’ve probably already noticed that they seem much more comfortable when travelling with a companion.
This is true; their heart rates and body temperatures are lower, they make less noise and less signs of discomfort.
But what if you have to transport a horse alone? Is there a way to keep them calm even without a companion?
The simple trick is: Put a mirror into the horse float.
Just being able to see another horse (even if that horse is their reflection!) makes horses more comfortable when travelling.
Solitary horses that could see themselves in a mirror made few noises and tossed their heads much less often than horses travelling alone.
So if you have an old mirror lying around, why not use it to comfort a solo-traveller?
To see some of our horse arena photos, download an EquinaBuild brochure here.
The Adorableness Of Foals
Those little fluffy foals with lanky legs and big dewy eyes, officially the cutest things in the world. See below a selection of gorgeous images of foals and miniature horses.
Little best friends
Practicing to be big
Mum and bub
All warm and snugly
Eyes to melt your heart
Frolicking among the daisies
Backyard Workshops – Ideas & Inspiration
Part of the enjoyment of building a backyard shed is imagining how it could look when it’s finished.
If you want a classy, quality shed, we have it covered (see some photos of our building here).
But there are endless possibilities when you choose to fit it out. Take a look at some of the details we thought were worth sharing:
To see some of our domestic sheds, download a brochure.