Market Harborough

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Market Harborough
Yobs leave 'dangerous' live wires exposed
Yobs leave 'dangerous' live wires exposed after trashing 10 bollards at Leicestershire park  Leicestershire Live
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 5:29 am
How a street in Great Bowden is getting
How a street in Great Bowden is getting together to stand up to cancer  Harborough Mail
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 1:38 am
Boost for town centre as Harborough clothes
Boost for town centre as Harborough clothes store is saved from the axe  Harborough Mail
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 8:24 am
Busy Harborough café forced to shut just
Busy Harborough café forced to shut just hours after reopening - after its outside space was branded not ‘outside’ enough by council inspector  Harborough Mail
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 6:52 am
Yobs leave trail of destruction at 3
Yobs leave trail of destruction at 3 children's parks and a care home during drunken weekend  Leicestershire Live
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 6:47 am
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Market Harborough
'Welcome back!' - excitement as Harborough's
'Welcome back!' - excitement as Harborough's indoor market fully reopens  Harborough Mail
Posted on 13 April 2021 | 1:40 am
Beyond “Zoomshock”: The death and life
Beyond “Zoomshock”: The death and life of the British high street  New Statesman
Posted on 12 April 2021 | 10:00 am
Suspicious motorist watching dogs in Market
Suspicious motorist watching dogs in Market Harborough sparks pet napping fears  Leicestershire Live
Posted on 12 April 2021 | 9:42 am
Vandals damage children’s playground
Vandals damage children’s playground during a weekend of troubles at parks in the Harborough area  Harborough Mail
Posted on 12 April 2021 | 8:58 am
Tipperary deaths and funeral details, April
Tipperary deaths and funeral details, April 12 - Tipperary Live  TipperaryLive.ie
Posted on 12 April 2021 | 8:50 am
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Market Harborough
In pictures: Hundreds of shoppers celebrate
In pictures: Hundreds of shoppers celebrate the reopening of shops, pubs and restaurants in a sun-soaked Harborough town centre  Harborough Mail
Posted on 12 April 2021 | 7:06 am
Police are tracking down a red car after the
Police are tracking down a red car after the driver was suspected of 'paying interest in a dog' in Harborough over the weekend  Harborough Mail
Posted on 12 April 2021 | 12:52 am
Ambitious plan for former Second World War
Ambitious plan for former Second World War airfield in Harborough could create hundreds of jobs  Leicestershire Live
Posted on 11 April 2021 | 9:00 pm
Leicestershire County Council Election 2021:
Leicestershire County Council Election 2021: Who you can vote for  Leicestershire Live
Posted on 9 April 2021 | 10:00 pm
Vandals attack historic church in village
Vandals attack historic church in village near Harborough  Harborough Mail
Posted on 9 April 2021 | 9:36 am
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Market Harborough
Leicestershire: a round up of recent traffic
Leicestershire: a round up of recent traffic orders  In Your Area
Posted on 9 April 2021 | 7:03 am
'A great loss to all of us': Tributes to
'A great loss to all of us': Tributes to Prince Philip from Harborough leaders  Harborough Mail
Posted on 9 April 2021 | 5:38 am
Trespass and Joules confirmed for North
Trespass and Joules confirmed for North Berwick town centre  East Lothian Courier
Posted on 9 April 2021 | 5:02 am
Man dies at the scene of fatal collision
Man dies at the scene of fatal collision between lorry and pedestrian on the M1 near Northamptonshire  Northampton Chronicle and Echo
Posted on 9 April 2021 | 3:08 am
Severe delays after serious collision CLOSES
Severe delays after serious collision CLOSES M1 near Northamptonshire  Northampton Chronicle and Echo
Posted on 9 April 2021 | 1:52 am
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Market Harborough
rogday: RT @hfmnews: Warning over cold-call
rogday: RT @hfmnews: Warning over cold-call ph&^%~e scams targeting people in & around Market Harborough - more &^%~ Hfm News & here: https://t.co/DGIu…
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 7:15 am
hfmnews: Warning over cold-call phone scams
hfmnews: Warning over cold-call ph~*@e scams targeting people in & around Market Harborough - more ~*@ Hfm News & here:… https://t.co/JUic9piYwy
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 7:15 am
etxberria55: @vasegreenvolvo @archer_rs
etxberria55: @vasegreenvolvo @archer_rs Market Harborough and Melt!! Mowbray lots of Polish military desc*%ants ( Operati!! Market Garden)
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 7:15 am
hfmnews: New drive-in entertainment venue
hfmnews: New drive-in entertainment venue coming to Market Harborough will screen new-release films - more %^% Hfm News & her… https://t.co/IQ7nDAuyt0
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 7:15 am
hfmnews: A pub and a café in Market
hfmnews: A pub and a café in Market Harborough have had to close their outdoor seating areas, after they were deemed to be b… https://t.co/kUIeJ5X7Kr
Posted on 14 April 2021 | 7:15 am
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Market Harborough
Resolved Question: Opinions on market
SKIP TO THE BOTTOM IF YOU JUST WANT THE QUESTION AND DON'T WANT TO READ ALL OF THIS Hello! soooooooo... i have a 14yr old thoroughbred mare... she's an ex polo pony and pony club pony.. i've had her for almost 3 years now. i'm 16. when i got her.. we were both quite shocking really. i rode around with my hands about a meter wide and dead straight arms (my hands were basically on my thighs the whole time). my hands would bounce around and get her in the mouth constantly.. and i had a very unstable seat (i had been riding for 5 years, but unfortunately that was HOW i was taught...) she was not much better. hollow back, head up in the air. she would constantly rear and wouldn't jump a twig without a lead off of another horse. (her old owner was far too heavy for her, and couldn't handle her. said she never put her head down etc..) so basically. she was a cheap horse and i was getting very poor instruction. finally, nearly 3 years on, i stopped lessons with my old trainer and now have a new, seriously amazing trainer :D we have both come a long way. we now compete in training level eventing 95cm, and seeing as its winter now, we're looking to improve for next season.. especially on our dressage. I'm not a big fan of dressage, but thats only because i have never done too well at it. now i have set aside the next month to focus soley on it (and obviously longer, but i mean one month of complete dedication) our big problems are that redi does occasionally throw her head up, especially during downwards transitions no matter how little i use the reins. she also tends to go behind the vertical, due to my old trainer telling me that was how she should go... Redi doesn't give in very easily to pressure, and this is when she will start to back up and go to rear (she hasn't reared in about 2 years but does threaten) i've been avoiding this issue by dropping all pressure when she fights it and starts to back up. but there is no reason for her to be doing it, her teeth are done regularly, she has a fitting saddle... no pains or illnesses. it's just a learnt habit from her polo days apparently. i used to ride her in a plain eggbutt snaffle, but have recently swapped to an eggbutt happy mouth mullen mouth bit because she goes so much better in it. SO i have ridden her in a market harborough a few times recently.. and have found massive improvements. when she hit the pressure, at first she flipped out and started backing up and almost reared.. but she soon learnt that it was easier just to pop her head back down. I could feel her holding her side of the contact really nicely, (something that we have been working on with our trainer anyways) and she was even a bit infront of the vertical, which i would much prefer. she did lovely transitions, and did the best canter i have ever felt from her. she was engaging her hocks and just felt so collected and upright. like nothing she has ever given me. i found that it really helped me also, by making me be more alert, incase she lifted her head, and made me put my legs on to really drive her forwards at these times. the entire time she was wearing the market harborough i could feel how engaged her back muscles were, she felt taller and as if there really was something underneath me. i know that the market harborough is a gadget.. but i really feel that it is working on my mare. i also know that it is an extremely controversial piece of equipment. My question is.. what is your opinion on the market harborough? what are your stories? did it work/not work with you and your horse?
Posted on 1 July 2013 | 8:40 pm
Resolved Question: Opinions on market
SKIP TO THE BOTTOM IF YOU JUST WANT THE QUESTION AND DON'T WANT TO READ ALL OF THIS Hello! soooooooo... i have a 14yr old thoroughbred mare... she's an ex polo pony and pony club pony.. i've had her for almost 3 years now. i'm 16. when i got her.. we were both quite shocking really. i rode around with my hands about a meter wide and dead straight arms (my hands were basically on my thighs the whole time). my hands would bounce around and get her in the mouth constantly.. and i had a very unstable seat (i had been riding for 5 years, but unfortunately that was HOW i was taught...) she was not much better. hollow back, head up in the air. she would constantly rear and wouldn't jump a twig without a lead off of another horse. (her old owner was far too heavy for her, and couldn't handle her. said she never put her head down etc..) so basically. she was a cheap horse and i was getting very poor instruction. finally, nearly 3 years on, i stopped lessons with my old trainer and now have a new, seriously amazing trainer :D we have both come a long way. we now compete in training level eventing 95cm, and seeing as its winter now, we're looking to improve for next season.. especially on our dressage. I'm not a big fan of dressage, but thats only because i have never done too well at it. now i have set aside the next month to focus soley on it (and obviously longer, but i mean one month of complete dedication) our big problems are that redi does occasionally throw her head up, especially during downwards transitions no matter how little i use the reins. she also tends to go behind the vertical, due to my old trainer telling me that was how she should go... Redi doesn't give in very easily to pressure, and this is when she will start to back up and go to rear (she hasn't reared in about 2 years but does threaten) i've been avoiding this issue by dropping all pressure when she fights it and starts to back up. but there is no reason for her to be doing it, her teeth are done regularly, she has a fitting saddle... no pains or illnesses. it's just a learnt habit from her polo days apparently. i used to ride her in a plain eggbutt snaffle, but have recently swapped to an eggbutt happy mouth mullen mouth bit because she goes so much better in it. SO i have ridden her in a market harborough a few times recently.. and have found massive improvements. when she hit the pressure, at first she flipped out and started backing up and almost reared.. but she soon learnt that it was easier just to pop her head back down. I could feel her holding her side of the contact really nicely, (something that we have been working on with our trainer anyways) and she was even a bit infront of the vertical, which i would much prefer. she did lovely transitions, and did the best canter i have ever felt from her. she was engaging her hocks and just felt so collected and upright. like nothing she has ever given me. i found that it really helped me also, by making me be more alert, incase she lifted her head, and made me put my legs on to really drive her forwards at these times. the entire time she was wearing the market harborough i could feel how engaged her back muscles were, she felt taller and as if there really was something underneath me. i know that the market harborough is a gadget.. but i really feel that it is working on my mare. i also know that it is an extremely controversial piece of equipment. My question is.. what is your opinion on the market harborough? what are your stories? did it work/not work with you and your horse?
Posted on 1 July 2013 | 8:40 pm
Resolved Question: WHATS THE NEAREST SEASIDE
Posted on 26 June 2013 | 7:27 am
Resolved Question: How to get from market
quickest and easiest way (i have a lot of luggage)
Posted on 8 November 2012 | 10:15 pm
Resolved Question: How to get from market
I have a lot of luggage, so what is the easiest way to get to the airport? @MadMan from king's cross the underground goes straight to heathrow?
Posted on 3 November 2012 | 10:20 pm
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