Interviews

Here at EquiPepper we love talking to other bloggers and riders and sharing this with our readers. Not only is it interesting getting an insight on how other people do things, but we feel you can often learn from others too. So read through some of these interviews and hopefully there is one for you.

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What do you do when a crashing fall ends your skiing career? Compete in Endurance and join the Irish team. Iona Rossely was a professional speed skier who picked up titles such as British Overseas Champion and New Zealand Ladies Speed Skiing Champion. While competing in the World Cup in…

Sari from Mulography

Today is the second part of my bloggers interview series and today I am talking to Sari from Mulography. So grab a cup of tea and take a look at her answers. When and how did you get into horses? I started horse riding lessons when I was six years…

Stick Pile & Sam Griffiths

Some of you may have seen that I was extremely lucky to win a cross country course walk with Sam Griffiths today. This was a fantastic opportunity to not only get a good look the fences before watching the professionals tackle them, but also to get an inside look of…

Today I am pleased to introduce you to Fiona, from the Scottish Rider blog. Fiona documents her progress working with her first horse and trying to achieve their competition goals without their own transport, something most of us horse owners know too well. Alongside her progress updates she also writes…

Many of us horsey folk enjoy watching ‘normal’ TV and films and looking at the gorgeous horses and maybe pointing out flaws in the casting or wardrobe to our non-horsey friends. Today I am going to introduce you to Amy Brooks, the writer of Horses in Movies and TV, who…

Today is our first introducing interview and I’m pleased to be talking with Lindsey from Alta Mira Horsemanship. Lindsey is based in Auburn, USA and her blog gives a fantastic insight on her life with horses as well as correct horsemanship. If your blog was a book, what would your blurb…