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26 November,2018

Chatting A Bit with Steph Croxford

Grand Prix Dressage Rider, Steph Croxford only started riding at age of twenty four after a very bumpy start… After her […]

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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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Guest
21 October,2018

Caring for an Older Horse or Pony

Over The Hill How old is old? Some horses in their late teens and early twenties are still competing at […]

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Guest
15 October,2018

Chatting A Bit with Tara Punter

Tara Punter Equine & Rural PR is based deep in the equestrian rich countryside and is very passionate about promoting […]

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Book Reviews
04 October,2018

Life On The Edge – Tristan Voorspuy’s Fatal Love of Africa

Adrian Dangar Book Review – Louise Broderick Published by Quiller, September 2018, 272 pages Apologies for the cliché but this […]

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24 September,2018

6 Things To Consider Before Buying A Horse

Buying a horse is quite a heavy commitment, and not everyone’s ready for it. While most of us would love […]

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Guest
24 September,2018

The importance of confidence on the ground

When I remember competing as a child, my primary emotion is one of anxiety. Even now I can feel my […]

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Guest
16 September,2018

5 Safety Tips for Horseback Riding Kids

While horses are an amazing experience for kids there are also risks involved so safety has to be paramount. However, […]

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Review
11 September,2018

It’s A VIP For A Reason

Here at Equestrian Life, we are asked to review a wide range of equestrian products; from clothing to tack, books […]

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Hay Bale
06 September,2018

Visiting Old Traditions with the Shrimp Fisherman on Horseback

I adore giant horses, the bigger the gentler as far as I am concerned. So, when Claire from Equipassion UK […]

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Visting Old Traditions with the Shrimp Fisherman on Horseback

Chatting A Bit With Jack Sheffield

6 Reasons To Vaccinate Your Horse

When Life Gives You Lemons…

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