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Hay Bale
12 December,2018

Olympia Horse Show: A Very Christmas Tradition

As traditional as mince pies and mistletoe, Olympia The London International Horse Show is a very Christmas heritage. If you […]

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Hay Bale
05 December,2018

Should We Be Blogging Solely Through A Social Network?

Podcast #16 by Sam Hobden Blogging through a social network, especially Facebook is on the rise. But can writing content […]

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Hay Bale
29 November,2018

Countryside Christmas Gift Guide

There is no escaping the fact that Christmas is banging on the barn door! We will soon be grappling with […]

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News
28 November,2018

Little Alf’s Eighth Book Gets Published

Sold out before it hit the shelves… Yorkshire Dales author Hannah Russell has penned another book about 28 inches high […]

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News
28 November,2018

Christmas Giveway with Haynet and RuralBloggers!

With Christmas upon us, Haynet and #RuralBloggers have a bumper prize giveaway celebrating the festive season! One lucky winner will win […]

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Hay Bale
21 November,2018

Living With An Aga When You Are Not Posh!

The Aga cooker I think gets a rough deal sometimes. It has a reputation for being a posh middle class […]

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Guest
19 November,2018

Chatting A Bit with Jack Sheffield

Growing up on a farm in East Sussex, Jack Sheffield has farmed in various UK counties and Australia. In 2017 […]

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Book Reviews
08 November,2018

From Nags to Numbnuts by Daniel Skinner – A Review

by Samantha Hobden I think I am an ideal candidate to review this book. Why I hear you ask? Because […]

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Guest
04 November,2018

6 Reasons you need to vaccinate your horse

Do you vaccinate your horse? Statistics on how many people vaccinate their horses is quite limited, and it is estimated […]

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Book Reviews
31 October,2018

Gallop by Sue Lyon-Heap

Just after she completed her memoir Gallop, author Sue Lyon-Heap asked former BBC Equestrian Commentator Mike Tucker, if he would […]

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Awards
30 October,2018

Winner of the Equestrian Blogger of the Year Award 2018 Announced

The judges of the ‘Equestrian Blogger Of The Year 2018’ Awards,  Sam Hobden, founder of leading equestrian and country blogging […]

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