As you might have seen, I am Victoria Brant a self-published author, blogger and equestrian living in rural Lincolnshire, UK. Since 2017, I have released three published titles of confidence giving memoirs documenting a journey back from limited confidence to getting out competing with my wonderful horses. 

Having horses makes it sound as though I might have a big pot of cash and a trouble free existence but you couldn’t be more wrong. Keeping my two beloved horses on a shoestring and working numerous jobs to fund my passion, this is a REAL LIFE journey of overcoming the odds to find happiness.

You can purchase the Trilogy of books in paperback by visiting the WIMPY SHOP or on Kindle by clicking the image below.

Once upon a time I was bursting with so much confidence that I really had no idea what being scared felt like. I jumped big ditches, galloped so fast my eyes flooded with tears and I made no fuss about getting on and showing people what I was made of.  Roll forward to my late twenties and this was not the pretty picture it once was… 


Who knows what it was, but I just couldn’t seem to find my confidence anywhere. Some days, even now, I wake up full of enthusiasm, sit at my desk entering my over horsed self for an event and then clicking the ‘close window’ button at the very last minute.

I have, in fact, got two very nice horses now, both that on paper are highly equipped for the job that lays before us. In 2013 I royally over horsed myself with a ‘notoriously tricky’ Master Imp 5 year old who proved them all wrong and soon took on the role of ‘granny carrying’ pottering about a local combined training or fun show, getting nice and fat and consequently – nice and slow!

In a previous life (only 10 years ago) I had evented, hunted 19 seasons and jumped banks and ditches that put the Grand Canyon to shame, I hope you enjoy following my woes of trying to claw back a single shred of dignity and self-confidence whilst I try my hardest to become a better rider and learn to love being out competing again.


If you would like to learn more about Vic, Pat and Pea, click the image above.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Love it!
    I’m in a similar situation with my homebred,not tb,but new forset. Had ridden hunters,point to pointers,racehorse to m&m
    Best of luck.

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