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.
Everyone knows that video performs very well on social media. But with some topics being difficult to get across in film, is animation the answer?
Do you know why you need to clean your tack? Or how often you should be doing it? Well this post will give you the answer!
We are giving 5 lucky EquiPepper followers the chance to win 2 x 50p off feed vouchers from HoneyChop. Find out all the ways you can enter.
In case you missed it on our social media, this week I received a really exciting email out the blue telling me EquiPepper had been selected as one of Sparpedia’s Top 20 Equestrian Blogs of 2019!
On our yard each year we are haunted by a ghostly white creature which lurks next to the arena, spooking the horses. Nearly all the horses have a huge dislike of this creature and when the white pheasant appears, that part of the arena is a spook zone.
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Horses are so much more than just pets, they play so many different roles in our lives. Here are just a few of the roles they fill in our lives.
Horse riding can be an expensive hobby and if you find that most of your money goes on caring for your horse, there’s not much left to make sure you have everything you need to ride comfortably and safely. The good news is that there are many ways you can kit yourself out with the right equestrian gear – you just need to know where to find it.
I recently won a content planner and it has been the kick up the bum I needed to get EquiPepper more organised!
Unlike non horsey folk, we don’t get to hide in bed for days on end when we are ill. We have to carry on battling with the elements. But here are my top tips for looking after horses with an illness so you can get back to your best as soon as possible.