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
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?
Pros of City Living. I am doing another post on this next week, but for this week we are going to look at what would be a mythical life for me. Let's say the dream life! Pros of living in the city for me can be summed up in three items. This is subject to… Continue reading Pros of City Living 1/2
You know the drill. You are having a party, you can't find the music. You are enjoying a nice bath, you can't find the music for the mood. You are driving the car, the radio is a pain and you can't find the music you want to use. Imagine if there was a service that… Continue reading Product Review: Spotify
A while back I did some Parelli Training, it was quite a fascinating environment to be in, mainly about using the 'herd instinct' with the horse - behaving like a herd animal and treating them as if you are the leader of the herd. Very clever for getting on the good side of the naughty… Continue reading Horse’s Memory Length