Guest Blogs

Guest Blog : 3 Easy steps to get rid of riding anxiety and what ifs

Where does the anxiety come from? Anxiety can be thought of as a very natural response to impending danger. It’s a good mechanism to have. The stress of a situation or the anxiety beforehand, was always a fabulous alarm system for caveman humans. It prevented them being killed by bears, sabre toothed tigers and wild …

Louise & her horses

Reunited After Lockdown: Mine & Mya’s Reunion Sadly Didn’t Go As We Expected.

Hi everyone!  I havent blogged much since my lockdown here in France has lifted for two reasons, the first being that the blog was being worked on and moved domains to Black Nova Designs, and secondly sadly we received some bad news about my horse Mya.  After nearly going mad in my apartment for 60 …

Lives In Lockdown Series

Equestrian Lives in Lockdown. Raquel in California, USA.

Welcome to the last in the series of our Equestrian Lives in Lockdown. Today we hear from Raquel Lynn based in California. Raquel is an equestrian blogger and has 2 popular blogs Horses and Heels and Stable Style. Social media is a funny thing. It inspires us. It discourages us. It offers us a selective …

Lives In Lockdown Series

Equestrian Lives in Lockdown: Andrea from Australia

Today we hear from my Equestrian Pulse co-host Andrea AKA The Sand Arena Ballerina in Australia. You’re living in leggings, you’ve not worn makeup in weeks and you’re spending way too much time looking at your own face on zoom calls… Welcome to life in isolation! All jokes aside I cannot express how fortunate I …

Lives In Lockdown Series

Equestrian Lives in Lockdown: Emily from the U.K

Today’s Equestrian Lives in Lockdown comes from the U.K from Emily Bailey. We’re all currently living through a pandemic, yet everyone is having a different experience and will have different stories to tell.  We will be telling our children, and their children, about these unprecedented times for years to come. This is my story…  The …