When your horse is out of action it can be incredibly frustrating and difficult to find something to do with your time. Here are 5 things to do when you are out of the saddle for a while.
In case you missed the news, we missed our show yesterday. Find out why and what our next steps might be.
Scottie has been going really well recently that I thought it would be a good time to try a competition. Unfortunately it hasn’t gone to plan…
With Scottie’s injury I have found it really hard to get motivated, let alone set us some goals for the future. But luckily I had a fantastic call with Bonita from Equine-Edge and it has given me the kick up the bum I needed!
Saturday was the Randox Health Grand National where the hot favourite Tiger Roll was running to defend his crown. This little horse has often been referred to as the “ugly”…
Owning racehorses is very expensive, so many people turn to a syndicate as a way to afford a racehorse. But what are they?
In the UK, trimming a horses whiskers is standard practice. But with countries banning it, should we be trimming our horses whiskers?
So I have some exciting news for you all! I recently made the very spontaneous decision to buy myself a racehorse. Let me introduce you to Paris Dixie!
Manners are incredibly important in a horse. Not just because it makes life easier and less irritating. But because bad manners can quickly become dangerous!
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So we have been trotting for about 3 weeks now and it is going well so far. There have been no signs of the lameness reappearing and Scottie seems to…
Times are changes. Female jockeys are giving the boys a run for their money!
Today is world poetry day and since horses have been involved in the development of mankind since ancient times, it is no wonder that horses have featured heavily in art.…
I love a flutter on the races and was pretty successful with my selections at Cheltenham this year. Find out a bit more about my process and how I am planning to help you with your own bets!
I have fed Scottie various chaffs in the time I have had him, from alfalfa with added oil, to low calorie molasses free options. At the time, I never had a problem with these feeds. Scottie looked good on them and he was happy. But since switching to Honeychop, I have started to notice some key differences.