Entries by agile

What Size Horse Rug To Buy?

What Size Horse Rugs To Buy?  Horse rugs come in a wide variety of sizes to keep even the largest of horses warm and protected. Here at Bang For Your Buck Horsegear, our horse rugs range in sizes to fit a Shetland to a Clydesdale! They are available with or without hoods and attached neck […]

What Type Of Hay?

What Type Of Hay?  There are many different types of hay worldwide. Here in Australia, there are varieties that are more commonly grown than others. Hay is an excellent source of roughage for a horse’s digestive system. The act of eating from a haynet can also help relieve boredom while confined, in order to keep their […]

Horse Rugs Embroidery

Horse Rugs Embroidery  Did you know that aside from having the best range of quality horse rugs around, we can also do customised embroidery? You are able to select from 10 different fonts – you can view the horse rug fonts here. We can embroider up to 25 letters for a small added fee when you […]

Food For Thought

Food For Thought  Christmas Day is over for another year! Who else thinks that they ate far too much of the wrong foods?! <raises hand> There’s a chance you may have given your pets the leftovers of your Christmas feasts, which in some cases may not be the best thing. We know that there are […]

Summer Horse Rug Sale Still On!!!

Summer Horse Rug Sale Still On!!!  Summer is in full swing and it isn’t even the end of December yet! Bang For Your Buck Horsegear has a wide range of horse rugs currently on sale to make way for new stock coming in next year! So why not grab a bargain and keep your best […]

Preventable Horse Diseases

Preventable Horse Diseases (and how to avoid them)  We all love our horses dearly. Like most pets, vet bills can be very costly when your horse gets injured or ill from a preventable horse disease. The best ways to minimise this is to make sure they are vaccinated regularly. We have listed the 4 most common […]

Travel With Your Horse

Travel With Your Horse – What To Bring?  When you go on a long car trip, usually the first thing you think about is what to take with you to make the trip more comfortable. Food, a book, maybe a blanket. The same applies to your horse, especially since they will be standing for fairly […]

Keep Your Horse Safe In Thunderstorms

Keep Your Horse Safe In Thunderstorms This time of year is renowned for producing storms, cyclones, and flash flooding. In Queensland especially, there can be multiple storms for days in a row. In this area especially, paddocks flooding, trees falling and other property damage aren’t unheard of. This is why every attempt should be made to […]

Keeping Your Horse Sound

Keeping Your Horse Sound Healthy hooves are essential for your horse’s well-being. If they are neglected in any way, the chances of your horse going lame increase dramatically and will end up costing you time away from riding, and money.  There is an old saying –  “No Hoof, No Horse”. Translated, it means if a […]

Can You Recognise Heat Stress In Your Horse?

Can You Recognise Heat Stress In Your Horse? Recently, the east coast of Australia had a week-long spell of unusually hot weather for October/November. While it is relatively easy for us humans to cool ourselves down, horses aren’t quite so lucky. It is very important to recognise the signs of heat stress in your horse […]