Guest Blogs

Guest Blog: The Story of Peanut the Rescue Shetland

The words “Rescue Pony” conjures up many images – as indeed does any type of rescue animal. It seems the words instill an image of neglect, abuse, starvation, loneliness, unwantedness, fear and overall an emotion of sympathy. And then you often hear the comments¬†about the misconception SO many people have about rescued animals – difficult, …

Guest Blogs

Guest Blog: What You Can Do To Help Diversify the Equestrian World.

Let me start by introducing myself I am Steph and I am an Afro- Peruvian woman and a descendant of a slave. Peru started the import of slaves from West and South West Africa in 1521. Slaves were mainly used for manual labor in sugar cane, cotton fields and rice plantations as well as building …

Interviews

Saddle Up and Read! An Interview with Caitlin Gooch.

I recently had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Caitlin Gooch when we collaborated with The Young Black Equestrians on The Equestrian Pulse Podcast. I was really interested to learn more about the reading programme she created called ‘Saddle Up and Read.’ 1) Tell us a bit about yourself, where you are based and your experience …