Working with horses requires layers, but also layers that you can remove when you've finished mucking out 30 horses! The amount of times I get dressed and undressed on a job is crazy, useful layers are all I wish for and buy these days! Musto, in partnership with Zara Phillips, created a rather useful Musto… Continue reading Product Review: Musto Base Layer
Happy Monday everybody - hope you're all well and enjoying the March weather... better than February eh!? As the age old saying goes, there's no horse without the hoof. They are one of the key areas of the horse, but, weirdly, can be the most forgotten, or most missed off the list of 'horse care'.… Continue reading Three Top Hoof Care Tips
Here's a different topic for you. Labour are asking for people's help on their Animal Welfare Plan. Regardless of how you would vote on election day, or who you have strong feelings about, this is your chance to give your two pence worth. Now's your time to say what you'd like to see happen. What… Continue reading Labour: Animal Welfare Plan
The definition of an 'allrounder', would be a horse that is comfortable doing dressage, hacking, show jumping, cross-country, trekking, vaulting, hunting, riding school lessons... you might say. In general, an allrounder is comfortable with all horse activities. Should every horse be an allrounder? Should every horse be put in the same box, the same game,… Continue reading Should Every Horse Be An Allrounder?
Lunging is an odd one - some people think it isn't worth it, some people believe it to be the best thing out there - I personally use it as a fitness tool rather than keeping strong views on it at all. Personally I lunge in tack, with a bridle on, and with a head… Continue reading My Top Three Lunging Tips