There are obviously do’s and don’ts that you have to comply with and I advise that if you are unsure that you check with the British Eventing or British Dressage Rule Books just to be safe. I know that all of the gear I am wearing is above board but equally I also know that... Continue Reading →
Now, protection is something we all have at the forefront of our minds; not only for ourselves but (often more importantly) for our horses. I'm relatively new to Eventing and I have only one, very precious horse. I want to make sure I am doing all I can for his safety and longevity as a... Continue Reading →
So, being 'out there' in the public eye definitely has it's ups and downs. Being a blogger and author or one of the largest equestrian blogs in the country brings with it some exciting opportunities to try new things that I ordinarily wouldn't get to try. New product launches, events and meet ups are so... Continue Reading →
I thought I would take a minute to impart a little wisdom, please take from it what you will for I am no David Marlin, but what I do have is experience, years of it, spanning over 300 horses that I have cared for in these years. Now, these days, what to feed your horse... Continue Reading →
Now, I don't know about anyone else but as I have got older, I seem to sweat a lot more. Anyone that knows me will know, I HATE sweating... I rarely run, jog or even break into a brisk walk for fear of sweating!
So here it is... my next ho ho ho installment of #wimpyrecommends This one is VERY fitting for us here I think. Now I feel like crap in winter, I'll be honest - the dark nights make me feel like hibernating and I'm guessing a lot of you feel this too. Energy levels are at a... Continue Reading →
So, tell me... how many pairs of wellies have you gone through this year? Personally I went through two pairs and then abandoned wellies all together for my Ariat country boots. Now, there is just so much more that you can do in wellies that you can't do in a beautiful country boot, but not... Continue Reading →