Equestrian Blogging

Mathilde and Baldur

Mathilde and Baldur

I met Mathilde via the Equestrian Bloggers networking group on Facebook and was instantly captivated by her striking Icelandic paint gelding, Baldur with his blue eyes. My fascination only grew when I learned that in addition to competing in show jumping they also attend gaited […]

Apt Cavalier – A Blog Review

Apt Cavalier – A Blog Review

Sarah Johnstone of Apt Cavalier is a fresh face on the equestrian blogging scene launching mid July this year. Through the Facebook group Equestrian Bloggers the idea arose for us to review another writers blog. I have thoroughly enjoyed become acquainted with Sarah and her blog. […]

Why I Blog – Equestrian Blog Hop

Why I Blog – Equestrian Blog Hop

When I saw that the topic for the first Equestrian blog hop hosted by Bridle and Bone was about why you blog, I was a little worried. After all, I’ve already shared on this topic a few times. I’ve talked about how I love writing […]

The Equestrians Guide to Motivation

The Equestrians Guide to Motivation

What is motivation? When we enter the world of horses we are seized as Ralph Waldo Emmerson says ‘by a grand passion’. It is the thing that gets us up at all hours of the morning, that sees us mucking out stables, weeding paddocks all […]

Blogger Recognition Award Pet Edition 2017

Blogger Recognition Award Pet Edition 2017

This week I was pretty excited to find out that I had been nominated by Bridle and Bone, Roosa’s Horsey Life and Team Tunnah Eventing for the Blogger Recognition Award – Pet Edition.   These ladies have been blogging much longer than me and run […]

Bailey Notle Part 2 – Fair Joy

Bailey Notle Part 2 – Fair Joy

Last week I shared Part 1 of my ‘interview’ with Bailey, where she shared about how she found her way into the horse world and the lessons that she has learnt along the way. This week it’s all about her stunning mare Fair Joy! There […]

Equestrian Blogging Community

Equestrian Blogging Community

Breaking into the blogosphere can be tough, a supportive group like Equestrian Bloggers makes it a easier!