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Tips and Favourite Products for Turnout

Written by Thursday, 20 July 2017 09:08
The competitive season for numerous disciplines is well underway and I thought I’d share my favourite/most needed products to get my horses gleaming and catching everyone’s eyes. SoloComb I love using the solocomb to pull my horse’s mane, it’s very simple to use and is totally pain and hassle free for the horses. It produces an equal length although is…

My Tried and Tested Ground Pole Exercises | Canter

Written by Thursday, 09 February 2017 11:10
I love doing ground pole exercises with my jumping pony that keep him thinking as he can get easily distracted with just normal trot/canter poles and starts rushing. In a flatwork session, which I usually do around twice a week, I add in at least one pole exercise to make him more focused and responsive as well as improve his…

The 5 Struggles of an Amateur Rider

Written by Wednesday, 17 August 2016 16:09
Oh the joys of being an Amateur! Whilst some people may think being an amateur rider and having riding as your hobby is great, here’s 5 things which prove it’s much tougher than people think. 1. Being competitive is practically impossible. Seriously, how can we be expected to keep up with the pro’s?! Being competitive as a amateur rider is…
I am extremely lucky to have 4 beautiful animals in my life. I honestly believe it is a privilege and I cherish each of them. As far as I am concerned they are my therapy, they sense things that nobody else can and reach out to comfort you at every opportunity.
Hello Everyone, I can't believe it is already June! My Facebook and Instagram feed is full of gorgeous baby foals that my friends are having! Let's just say I'm a bit jealous that I'm not having a foal this year. Anyways since breeding and foaling season is in full swing, I've decided to run a breeding season series. I was…
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