scottie

You have probably noticed that I have been really pretty quiet about Scottie recently. This is purely because there hasn’t really been anything to say. He is still on field rest with daily walks with no plans of getting back on until April at the earliest. However, there has been…

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…

There are lots of debates about whether you should insure your horse or not. I can see where both sides are coming from, but I would always insure my horses and always recommend others doing the same. Yes it can be expensive and if your horse is injury prone, it…

Scottie going over the poles, example of chestnut coat genetics.

As humans, we are guilty of treating our horses (and other animals) like people. But when it comes to training animals, this isn’t helpful. This topic has spiralled on social media recently on the back of a post about loading stubborn horses and the horse who “plays dead” to get…