Equestrian Blog

Talking all things horses; buying horses, advertising horses for sale, breed profiles, and training exercises for horse and rider.
How have horses evolved?

How have horses evolved?

  • by Anna Bowen

Ancient horses were once no taller than a 30cm ruler, lived in forests and had toes! Millions of years of evolution has created what we today call a horse.

What is a double bridle?

What is a double bridle?

  • by Anna Bowen

Double bridles are an essential tool for riders at certain levels of some disciplines. Defined by having two bits, the double bridle has been around for centuries.

Is my ex-racehorse too thin?

Is my ex-racehorse too thin?

  • by Anna Bowen

Ex-racehorse owner thinking - "Is my ex-racehorse too thin?", when comparing to Charlie the cob and Neville the New Forest Pony. Is this you? Find out why the answer is probably not!

The Welsh Section D

The Welsh Section D

  • by Anna Bowen

The Welsh Section D; a national icon celebrated passionately across Wales. With no height limit the Welsh Section D is the tallest of the Sections and for some, the most impressive.

The Welsh Section C

The Welsh Section C

  • by Anna Bowen

The Welsh Section C, the youngest of the four sections, was at one point close to extinction. Today, Welsh Section Cs have grown in popularity and make perfect family ponies.

The Welsh Section B

The Welsh Section B

  • by Anna Bowen

The Welsh Section B is best known as a children's riding pony. Welsh Section Bs are true all-rounders, making great dressage, Pony Club, showing, and showjumping ponies.

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