I am pleased to introduce the first guest post on this blog by Mike Shortridge from Horseseller. Tips on Buying Dressage Horses If you are planning to buy a dressage horse, whether as a beginner or an experienced dressage rider, there are a number of things to take into account before you part with a [...]
So far all my May plans have been well and truly chucked out the window. Horses!! Firstly through no fault of anyone unfortunately our yard was put on lock down with no one allowed in or out therefore all competitions, clinics and lessons were cancelled. Secondly the horses were turned out 24/7 for the summer [...]
March ended up being very busy but ended - after a lot of blood sweat and tears work - with me successfully passing a professional exam!! So I am very please with that but a lot of things did get pushed to the side. One of those was Eva meaning she hasnt been ridden in [...]
Responding to the leg is not a priority for Eva. While I do use a stick she wont respond to a tap tap she will only respond when I put in a harder "move it" request. Therefore I decided to try spurs, the idea being I could stop bruising her sides by nagging and when [...]
My mare always likes to make a point..... rearranging her rugs is a favourite. Throwing brushes out of the stable is also a favourite ... My response to this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge , "Cheeky"