Telling your storiesfrom the stables to the fields

Hay Bale
03 July,2019

Finding A Horse That Is Right For You Both

Talking with a friend recently who had finally bought a horse after a lengthy search, it came to me that it […]

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Hay Bale
19 June,2019

How Often Should You Be Posting On Your Blog?

Podcast #19 by Sam Hobden Writing a blog can be a big commitment and sometimes we may feel we are […]

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Guest
17 June,2019

Chatting A Bit With Ashley Rossiter

If you follow Haynet and the Equestrian and Countrystyle Blogger of the Year Awards, you will be familiar with judge […]

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Guest
10 June,2019

Social Media Presence vs Website

Social Media presence is just as good as having your own website. And the beauty is that you don’t have […]

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Terriers & Finns
14 May,2019

Turning Into A Menopausal Mare

This week the BBC and media are discussing the M word… you know that word that women go through when […]

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Guest
29 April,2019

Stretch Him, Don’t Drop Him

by Lorraine Jennings When you ask your horse to stretch does he seem confused? Can you blame him? Ever since […]

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News
26 April,2019

Riders to run rings round Hickstead in memory of Tim Stockdale

A brand-new charity run will take place on the Saturday night of the Longines Royal International Horse Show (27 July […]

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Guest
15 April,2019

Inattentive When Schooling? Is This You Or The Horse?

by Lorraine Jennings Is your horse more interested in what’s going on in the field next door? It’s a common […]

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Guest
25 March,2019

Considering Buying An Aga Range Cooker? Here’s What You Need To Know

The Aga range cooker is synonymous with countryside kitchens in the UK, being well-established on these shores for over 100 […]

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Guest
25 March,2019

Mareternal Instinct

An equine matchmaking story by Jacqui Broderick Forget about internet dating. Choosing a mate for Maddona is a serious business. […]

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Terriers & Finns
19 March,2019

Holey Moley! It’s Terrier Number Three

So if you have been following my new blog Terriers & Finns you may have read my post about my […]

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Guest
20 February,2019

Ah Spring!

I just love Spring, and its nearly here! You can feel it in the air, despite the cold, that the […]

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Guest
20 February,2019

Chatting A Bit With Shann Jones

Deep in the countryside of South West Wales is a small goats milk dairy which is the home of The […]

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Posts from the Stables and the Fields

RuralBloggers Podcast

Tribute To Lorraine Jennings

Turning Into A Menopausal Mare

Holey Moley! It’s Terrier Number Three

Chatting A Bit With Emma Weekes

The Queens Love Of Horse Racing

Highland Ponies In Glen Prosen