Equestrian Blogs List
An equestrian is an expert horseback rider. If you only go riding for an hour while on vacation you aren't an equestrian, but the person leading the group and riding the flashy horse probably is.
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About Blog - For nearly a century, professionals and racing enthusiasts have relied on The Blood-Horse for accurate and timely racing and breeding news. Each week, Thoroughbred owners, breeders, trainers, and racing fanatics turn to The Blood-Horse for the most comprehensive package of international thoroughbred news and analysis.
About Blog - We are the digital platform for impassioned horse lovers. We create fresh, immersive articles and video for you, our readers, every day. Equestrian lifestyle and sport, current events, health and horsemanship, we cover them all with a healthy dose of humor too.
About Blog - This magazine-style television series takes a close and engaging look into every facet of the horse experience. From the elite perspectives of top breeders and Olympians to the hands-on drama of rescue and rehabilitation. HORSE AND MAN provide an absorbing view into the lives of Equines and their people.
About Blog - The UK's best-selling equestrian monthly magazine. Get the most out of your time with your horse with practical riding and management advice from top riders, trainers, vets and behaviourists
South East, England
About Blog - Haynet is a leading equestrian and countryside blogging directory, telling your stories from the stables to the fields. If you love living in the countryside, riding your horse, farming the fields or walking your dogs through the woods – then you will feel right at home here!
About Blog - Like any good trainer, Stacy’s aim has always been to have the clearest and precise communication with her horse as possible. Her goal in her reining was to make the reins unnecessary. While others have approximated that goal, Stacy made it a reality. In 2003 she won the National Reining Horse Association Freestyle reining competition riding with no bridle — and with not so much as a neck rope.
About Blog - his blog originally chronicled my adventures with my horse Carlos, and has since gone on to include other horses I ride as well as retain the memories of those horses, the goals I once wished for and many other things I hope to attain in the future. Enjoy!
Frequency - about 5 posts per week
About Blog - Welcome to Horse Nation, a site designed to allow crazy horsepeople to indulge their obsessions within a community of like-minded crazy horse people. You can count on us to bring you the latest in equestrian news from around the world, as well as interviews with top riders, reader essays, training tips and videos.
About Blog - The fastest growing equestrian network. Find exceptional horses for sale, ponies for sale and stallions at stud as well as horse riders, trainers, breeders, race trainers, livery yards and competition yards.
About Blog - The story of our journey with horses (to date) is told in the two books that follow: the national bestseller The Soul of a Horse – Life Lessons from the Herd and its sequel Born Wild – The Soul of a Horse.
About Blog - Equestrian Lifestyle was founded in 2013 and our little team travels around the world looking for all things luxury and creating a mix of equestrian lifestyle, fashion, travel, and influential brands.
About Blog - Linnea Aarflot is a holistic dressage rider and trainer, who after working as a rider at two Olympic dressage stables in the US and the UK, is now based at her own yard in Kent, South-East England.
San Francisco, CA
About Blog - Your Guide to Equestrian Travel and Lodging Reviews. If you are looking for the latest, up-to-date information on horseback riding vacations, equestrian travel deals, and lodging reviews, visit writinghorseback.
About Blog - I have a 2017 sBs colt named Presto, by the eventing stallion Mighty Magic. Presto was very sick for the first few weeks of his life, but overcame huge odds to beat his illness. Very excited to watch him grow up and be my next eventer!
About Blog - Women of Age Riding Horses We are the only equestrian publishing entity dedicated to the concerns and interests of "women of age" around the world. We strive to be your go to resource for information, inspiration and a few laughs.
About Blog - You are warmly invited to follow my journey in the Academic Art of Riding!. When I started this blog, I was just a regular, first-time horse owner. My horse, Nazir, however, made sure that my childhood passion developed into something much more.
About Blog - I’ve written for and featured in Horse & Hound, Your Horse Magazine, Horse Deals and Vogue Italia, yes Vogue darling! Modelled (I use the term very loosely!) for International equestrian brand Mountain Horse. I’ve also been part of a charity polo team (after 20 years away from the sport!) and tested my racing skills against professional jockeys).
About Blog - My name is Karen, and I am a horse addict. My first vivid memory is of meeting the Budweiser Clydesdales when I was four years old. The addiction snowballed from there. I started taking lessons at 9, and began competing at recognized events in beginner novice and novice a few years later. I also competed in dressage for a little while at training and first level.
About Blog - Horseshoes and High heels leading the way in equestrian fashion and lifestyle for over 3 years, H&H is an internationally recognized name. At Horseshoes & High heels, we pride ourselves on our ability to give our readers something fresh, exciting and new to read.
About Blog - We celebrate horses and culture. Horses in the arts, in the news, in our memories. Famous horses, fictional horses, and not-so-famous horses. We’re inclusive, too, as we welcome enthusiasts of all breeds and equestrian disciplines. Equestrians and wanna-be equestrians are all welcome here.
About Blog - I am UK based rider who very willing to test out products and provide detailed reviews of my mare and I trying out the products. I would like to start competing for my mare and I am on a yard that holds regular competitions for us to enter.
About Blog - I started riding horses again and truly found my passion. I started Horsetrailriders.com in 2004 as a way to share information about horse trail riding in our state. But what grew was my love of writing and sharing stories about our trails and my horses. I've dabbled in photography and enjoy sharing snaps from my horse life.
About Blog - My superpower is giving riders the skills they need to ride with confidence and joy, and the mental fitness to be focused, on form and in the zone for competition.
About Blog - I'm a web/graphic designer and photographer entrenched in the equestrian lifestyle. Since growing up on a horse breeding farm, I never left the Pony Princess phase, and currently, compete in the sport of Eventing (Equestrian Triathlon) as an Adult Amateur.
About Blog - LadyAndTheTrack.com is a news site and beginner’s guide to the exciting world of horse racing. Here you can easily read daily updates on everything happening in horse racing to help you become a fearless lady at the track.
About Blog - Gee Gee and Me is an equestrian lifestyle blog that puts everything equine to the test, bringing to you honest reviews and the occasional Dear Diary post, about my personal journey with my Connemara pony.
About Blog - A Country Lady is an Equestrian blog which covers everything from the top of equestrian sports, through to equestrian life, fashion, and fitness. As an amateur Show Jumper myself, I’m obsessed with equestrian fashion. The blog showcases my favorite products along with my equestrian life – both the ups and the downs.
About Blog - Equestrianista is an equestrian lifestyle clothing fashion brand known for its femininity, elegance, and fashion that evokes Style with an Equestrian Touch.
About Blog - How to Excel At Being Average - a monthly diary of the ups and downs of horse ownership, with Tamasine and Beau Bayou the legend. Riding Club fun and trying to improve - from an 'average' rider!
About Blog - Whether it is inspiration, comfort, distraction, hope, or humor, it is my hope that everyone finds something useful here. Horse stories will be involved. Great music will be involved.Food will be involved. My AHA moments about life and what it is really about will most definitely be involved.
About Blog - Welcome to Grey Horse Matters. This blog will address issues facing the aging rider. I will try to address the challenges of aging with our horses with sympathy, support, and humor. This blog will also feature my interests pertaining to all horses and information I think might be helpful to all equine enthusiasts.
CA, United States
About Blog - This blog is primarily designed as a riding journal (currently featuring TC at Intro/Training level, but 2012-2014 was focused on Rico at the FEI levels through Grand Prix), but I also throw in the occasional theoretical post to spark discussion and share what I've learned throughout my dressage education.
About Blog - Austen plans to continue to move up the levels of dressage, with an end goal of getting her Gold Medal and trying to be competitive. She hopes to stick with thoroughbred types, showing off their athleticism and love of working in the dressage ring.
Frequency - about 3 posts per month
About Blog - I'm a 20 something girl living in the beautiful state of Oregon. I have a lifelong love of horses and have been blessed to own a horse since I was 8 years old. My first pony was a 20-year-old POA mare named January. I mostly rode her bareback because I couldn't saddle her on my own. At that time we lived on 30 acres and I also had access to the neighbors 60 acres next door.
About Blog - I am a Virginia resident who shares 5 horses with my mom. After a few down years, I am working to get back into eventing. Plus, with new horses, we are entering the world of driving and breed shows.
About Blog - I’m Jen, an adult amateur rider in USEF Zone 3. My horse Cally is a Thoroughbred adopted via CANTER MidAtlantic, with the Jockey Club name Cavalleria, now showing as CMA Drama Queen. We’ve been active in a mix of Hunter/Jumper, Dressage, and Eventing competitions!
About Blog - A biologist by trade with an insatiable love of adventure and the outdoors. Can often be found horseback riding, rock climbing, skiing, and mountain biking throughout West Virginia and beyond
Indiana, United States
About Blog - Not your average OTTB given another chance at a new life and a mostly average busy Mom who never gave up on her dream to ride again. An unlikely pair at an unlikely time, learning to event and loving life!
About Blog - Reflections, thoughts, ideas and sometimes rantings from an Amateur Owner Event Rider...
About Blog - It's grown greatly since then become more formal in some ways and more relaxed in others. While my riding is the biggest topic of this blog, I also post about equestrian fashion, architecture, fitness, and some of my writing, among other areas of interest.
About Blog - Statistics, such as my age or years spent riding, don’t really give a good picture of who I really am. I’m in my mid-30s if it matters. I’ve been riding darn near all of them minus a break in high school to pick up competitive whitewater canoeing and then again in medical school.
About Blog - I started riding in 2013 after I bought my first horse, Red, home. I did things backward; I got the horse first and then learned how to ride. In the years that I have had him, I've retrained him from the ground up. He sparked an even deeper love for horses in me and soon after, I began rescuing horses.
About Blog - This page is for mere mortals struggling with the sport of dressage. If, like me, you relentlessly pursue a sport you have no natural talent for - join me authored by equestrian.
About Blog - The trials and tribulations of 50 women, living her lifetime dream of having horses and living in the country. Her attempts at various disciplines of riding, including sorting, trail, and performance.
About Blog - Welcome to my blog about my life with our herd. We live here in Arizona on our own little patch of heaven with our 3 horses, two Labradors and 2 kitties. At the ripe old age of 50 something, I have embarked upon a journey to become a better horsewoman. It been a heck of a ride so far and I'm just getting started!
About Blog - I started riding horses when I was five and always had horses from then until 2007 when I found myself without one. The blog is about our continued journey together as I attempt to make him my dream all around horse who can do anything from dressage, competitive trail riding, driving, mounted archery, working equitation and anything else we want to try.
About Blog - An equestrienne's travel adventures around the planet, or, a traveller's equestrian adventures around the planet (sometimes with a Raven, sometimes chasing owls). Just Ride - Anywhere!
About Blog - I began this blog to chronicle balancing my life as a veterinary professional and student, and my love of horses (and all things with four legs or less!) authored by full-time vet student. Part-time ICU worker. Full-time equestrian.