About

Welcome to my blog, this is a recount of my life at a riding school, the people I encounter, the horses and ponies, but also I will retell my memories of growing up around horses, what we learnt, the mischief we caused, and our long suffering mounts. Along the way I hope to provide information and suggestions, as well as learn from my fellow equestrians, so that we can all progress in the competitive equine industry.


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7 thoughts on “About

    • therubbercurrycomb January 4, 2014 / 7:04 pm

      Hi thanks for reading them! I’m glad you enjoy my ramblings.

      I’ll definitely check out your horsey blog too 🙂 it’s great being able to share knowledge and experiences.

  1. Shannon October 26, 2015 / 10:11 am

    Hi! I would like to take a moment to tell you about this great new project.

    Equisense, a French startup, is currently developing Balios, which analyzes your horse’s stride, bascule, soundness and more while you ride and gives you updates on your smartphone! Plus you can track of shoeing, dental work, chiropractic visits, and more so your horse never gets behind schedule!

    Data is collected from a sensor that you attach to your horse’s girth.

    A Kickstarter will be launched November 4th to make this tracker a reality. The team would also like feedback from equestrians for the final product and app. To learn more, visit the site http://equisense.com/en/?code=8gQGSE where you can sign up for updates or become an Ambassador.

    I really hope you will consider taking a look and supporting the project.

  2. Heidi Arroyave January 30, 2017 / 1:34 pm

    This is fantastic I wish I found this blog sooner!

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