In this article, the experts at Mansion Bet share their insight into how the weather could affect a horse’s performance at Cheltenham Festival. Cheltenham, taking place in March, narrowly misses… Read More »The going: Expert weather predictions for Cheltenham 2022 *Partnered*
Today I am pleased to say I am joined by Sanne Westera from Hooves Around The World, a blog dedicated to equestrian travel. Sanne has experience retraining racehorses with a… Read More »Guest Post ~ Ex racehorses turning their hooves to safari and trail rides
In recent years ex-racehorses have become increasingly popular. Today Andrew from Whickr looks at why they have become so popular and where you can find one. Buying an ex-racehorse was… Read More »The ex-racehorse market explained and where to find one
Ever wondered how to write the perfect horse sale advert? Well wonder no more! Nicki from Horse Search has shared their top tips on writing the perfect horse advert. 1)… Read More »Horse Search’s Top Tips to writing the perfect Horse Sale advert
I was recently approached by fellow blogger and ex racehorse owner Chloe from A Balancing Act blog. Like me, she decided the perfect time to get her first horse was… Read More »Owning an older (race) horse Guest Blog
Phrenology is a scientific theory where you can use head and face features to determine a person’s personality. Beth from Making Strides blog uses this theory to analyse Scottie’s personality based on his head conformation. She got him spot on!
This is my first time guest blogging on Equipepper, to be honest my first time guest blogging period. A minor introduction; my name is Rebecca Berry, I am from British… Read More »Guest Blog ~ Helping Retired Racehorses – Thoroughbred Makeover
This is our 3rd post in the Saturday Switch Series and it really is a beautiful one. This post is written by Chelsea from Outside The Box Training and really embodies… Read More »Saturday Switch ~ The Thoroughbred that could!