Alta Mira Horsemanship
Meet Lindsey Rains, Washington based equestrian blogger from Alta Mira Horsemanship. She shares her wonderful insights into working with horses and the lessons she has learnt along the way.
I recently had the opportunity to get to know her better, check out her story here.
So in the first of my #ShoutOutSaturday posts, the first blogger that I would like to share is Team Tunnah Eventing’s incredible blog.
Sophie Tunnah is the brains behind Team Tunnah Eventing and is evidence of what you can achieve with dedication. Sophie’s blog chronicles her journey through the equestrian world starting with her old horse Thomas and now her young ISH gelding Louie. Sophie combined her professional experience in digital marketing and her love of horses to enable by starting her blog back in 2012.
There is literally something for everyone over at Team Tunnah Eventing with Sophie covering a wide variety of topics from her personal experiences of riding and working with horses, competing, product reviews and interviews with personalities in the equestrian community. Sophie also covers a variety of topics specifically relating to the ‘How to’ of blogging.
Sophie was the winner of Haynet’s 2016 Equestrian Blogger of the Year and has again been nominated this year.
The second blogger I would like to give a shout out to is Roosa Rantanen of Roosa’s Horsey Life. Roosa is another established blogger who was nominated for the Equestrian Blogger of the year for the third year running. It would appear that horses are in Roosa’s blood with her mother and brother both riding. Like me is a dressage rider, and hails from Finland. In addition to training her two lovely horses Vallu and Basse she is currently completing her Master’s Degree in European Studies.
Roosa’s blog is a mixture of her personal experiences with her horses and equestrian fashion. Roosa is a self confessed matchy matchy addict and has her finger firmly on the pulse of what’s hot in the equestrian fashion world. Additionally, Roosa has been outspoken about the need to stop bullying and negativity in the equestrian community.