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The equipment is mostly needed by a horse owner

The equipment is mostly needed by a horse owner

With the ever-increasing range of horse equipment available on the market we have a look at the essentials that every horse owner should have.
Well other than the horse your first thing you need is a halter. The continental design is the best as it allows for the use of a chain. Most halters manufactured today are continental in design. Extra features include safety clips (they are important if you intend turning your horse out with a halter on) lining for the nose and poll. Which one you select will largely depend on your budget and taste, as they are available in almost every possible.

 

Next you will need a lead rope, a thicker softer lead rope is advisable, and if it has a loop on the end cut it off or loosen it, lead reins should never have a loop at the end. Ideally a lead rein should measure between 5-7 feet in length, as they are the most versatile

Spare feeder and water bucket even if your horse is boarded it is yours. It is advisable to have at least two hay nets as well

Grooming kit also advisable to have two of if possible allowing for changeover and cleaning without interrupting the grooming routine. Mark your hoofpick well, as it is usually the first thing to wander off in any yard. Invest in a few spares.

Two working bridles, it is advisable when buying a horse to bridle (unless it’s a Keiffer or Stubben that is) Buy a spare bridle and oil it is well to have available in the event of the working bridle breaking

Working boots Brushing boots is advisable for everyday riding, unless your horse requires specialized boots, which you will be informed of when purchasing, or after having the horse vetted. Speak to your stable manager or instructor as to the most suitable boots.

Saddle a well-fitted saddle that’s your choice and riding style. Check your saddle every three months to ensure it’s correct fit.

Rugs and clothing Day sheet, used mostly after bathing a horse to get the coat to lie flat, of for traveling.

Sweat sheet used to cool your horse down and prevent chills on cool or cold days. Often confused with a flysheet, a sweat sheet has the same appearance as a flysheet. It is however heavier and does not have the belly straps

Flysheet if you own a gray horse or one with sweet itch this should be placed on horses whilst turned out to prevent insect bites and stings.

Exercise blanket. If your horse is to be clipped in the winter and it snows in your area warm whist working.

Rugs Depending on your stabling arrangements and climate may require up to three rugs. If stabled your horse could have a lighter duvet rug whilst indoors, and then have this exchanged for a New Zealand or Weatherbeta for when turned out. It is advisable to have at least two turnout rugs should you have wet winters with snow, as this allows for them to dry properly prior to being used on the horse again.

Should your horse live out at least two New Zealand rugs. Ensure that the waterproof lining is intact and not allowing moisture to seep through.

Bandages Exercise bandages, these are made of elastic or ribbed fabric, although not as fashionable as boots, horse exercise bandages have one benefit over boots. Used to protect the legs whilst in work and to support tendons. Also helps with beeping the legs warm in the winter.

Stable bandages These are made of wool of flannelling, today they are often made of fleecing. Every owner needs at least one pair on stable bandages; These are used from bandaging for warmth or for drying of legs to extra support for wound horse dressings.

Reporting Tool combit List & Label Version 23 Released Huge Performance Increase and Many New Feat

Reporting Tool combit List & Label Version 23 Released Huge Performance Increase and Many New Feat

Constance / Germany, 11/02/2017 – Version 23 of the reporting tool marks 25 years of List & Label software development. The new version provides a considerable performance boost for users. “Managing Director and Head of Development List & Label Jochen Bartlau. “The database server has been greatly reduced.”

 

The Enterprise edition now includes the combit Report Server. Software developers can use it to provide their customers with a ready-to-install and ready-to-use server-based reporting solution along with their own application without any programming effort. For their own web applications, developers can use the Ad-hoc Designer to implement browser-based design and more. List & Label Designer users will have access to many new features, e.g. the pie and donut charts can now display partial sections instead of a complete circle, or represent several rows of data. Virtual formula variables provide users with direct formatting of values ​​in the variable list via drag & drop. Context-sensitive editing of crosstabs is quick and easy.

Since its first release in 1992, the reporting tool List & Label has established its position on the national and international market. The software manufacturer from Konstanz on the shores of Lake Constance has always managed to adopt the latest technologies and integrate them into its reporting tool at an early stage. Developers using List & Label have a very wide range of programming languages ​​and development environments at their disposal.

 

List & Label 23: Highlights of The New Version

Accelerated Designer Startup The Designer launches much faster, especially for large data structures. The information required is only queried and registered when the user actually needs it, i.e. when accessing data structures. This dramatically reduces database queries. The Web Designer also benefits from CPU performance and above all network bandwidth.

Increased Printing Performance Several optimizations in the preparation of the actual data structure used for printing and exporting have significantly reduced the load on the database server. This increases the printing speed. Data providers created by developers themselves require minor changes. In addition, List & Label recognizes when only the quote accordingly variables are required for report parameters and optimizes the database query accordingly. Memory consumption for crosstabs has also been greatly reduced, especially when using shadow pages.

Report Server Included The Enterprise Edition includes the combit Report Server, a ready-to-install and ready-to-use reporting solution. The web application works in any current browser on all devices. Developers who need a server-based reporting solution can save a lot of development time. A new API allows users to access servers from their own servers.

Ad-Hoc Designer The lean Ad-hoc Designer is a completely browser-based alternative to the locally installed Web Designer and is available as an independent control. Developers can quickly integrate it into their own web applications, and customers can create most reports directly in the browser, even on a tablet.

Relational Linking of Data Sources In order to combine and link data from different sources, it is now possible to simply and define relations between different data sources. For example, customer data from an SQL table is linked to the online order as a CSV from the web shop. Most of the included data providers can be linked in this way.

New Data Provider: Salesforce Integration with the Salesforce web service for direct access to the entire data model.

New Features in Pie and Donut Charts In the Designer, users can now define several data series in the donut chart, which are displayed as nested rings. This allows for easy comparison of different time per