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2018 New Year’s Resolutions I want to make some changes for 2018 and in order to do so I’m doing something I’ve never done before; I’m setting New Year’s Resolutions. 2017 didn’t go to plan 2017 was not my year and frankly I will be glad to see the back of it from an equestrian perspective. My 6yo who I…

Calming Signals and Pain | Anna Blake

Written by Thursday, 07 December 2017 11:51
First, last, and always, make sure your horse is sound.  That’s the warning that any decent equine professional gives before practically anything we do. It’s the common disclaimer; we almost skim over it as a formality before getting on to the training issues. In other words, we get complacent to chronic pain messages because it’s easier to train sometimes than…

Keep Dreaming

Written by Monday, 27 November 2017 10:37
When your dreams come true, sometimes they don’t look quite like you imagined. Years of yearning can mean that reality can be a little harsh, and the inevitable complications that come all too often with horses can be challenging. I spent twenty years learning to ride on riding school horses and having other people’s horses on loan, but during that…

Bend and Stretch

Written by Thursday, 26 October 2017 09:40
Archie’s health is of the upmost importance to me and so getting him seen by an equine physio who I trusted was one of the very first things I did when he joined our family. I was incredibly lucky that Samamtha Bardill-Bobyn was already looking after many horses locally and she has been keeping Archie in tip top shape ever…

V for Victorious | Equestrian Fashion

Written by Friday, 20 October 2017 09:30
I love discovering special brands who clearly have a real passion for what they do and I’ve always loved handmade/artisan jewellery.  Recently, I was approached by Viki, from Victorious, who introduced me to her brand and I’ve been an advocate ever since. I spent the day with the wonderful Lizzie Churchill,  looking through some products which we both adored.  Below…
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