The equestrian community is a large and varied group of people with one common love – horses.
That love can be shown in so many ways, from Shire horses to Shetland Ponies, hacking to eventing, some people have pet horses while for others horses are their job. There are groups that are passionate about promoting welfare and improving living conditions across the globe while others are passionate about fashion and style both in and out of the saddle.
As you know, here at Equissimo we are incredibly passionate about equine welfare, grass roots riders and equestrian style we give each of these a stage on our 10 minutes in the tackroom blog, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. It is fantastic to be able to join up with other equestrians who are enthused about their part of the equine world. Every member of the equestrian community has a valid contribution to make and everyone, regardless of your particular equestrian passion can enjoy other people’s fears, learnings and general ramblings and take inspiration from them.
Here Equissimo lists our 5 favourite equestrian blogs (it was hard! There is a wealth of fantastic content out there)
A Country Lady
Follow Abi, an amateur showjumper as she talks about her favourite products, how she achieves her gorgeous style, alongside the ups and downs of her equestrian life.
Diary of a wimpy eventer
Follow the inspirational Vic and her lovely Irish Thoroughbred Pat on their journey through lost confidence, sobbing and undivided loyalty.
Nikki is passionate about equine welfare, she discusses issues that are caused by nature, nurture, environment and current scientific thinking. Her intelligent and researched musings can be trusted as she holds a BSC(hons) in Equine Therapy and Rehab and is currently studying for her Msc in Equine Science.
Holly is a young showjumper based in Ireland she creates VLOG’s about her and her horses and her success at competitions. She also VLOG’s about life around home and how she fits her competition schedule in.
This luxurious and seductive blog is aspirational and shows the finer side of the equestrian world. They showcase beautiful products and for the fashion forward equestrian.