Talking all things horses; buying horses, advertising horses for sale, breed profiles, and training exercises for horse and rider.
Are equestrians too quick to use the term "dodgy dealer"?
Dodgy dealer or reputable dealer? mis-sold a horse or mis-sold your intentions with the horse? In this blog we get into the tough subject of horse dealers and the term "dodgy".
Essential reads for equestrians in quarantine
From Jilly Cooper classics to biographies of world class British equestrians, Nick Skelton and William Fox-Pitt, we discuss some of the best books to enjoy during lockdown.
Ten things to do while grounded - the equestrian version
While shows and riding lessons are cancelled and with limited riding, or no riding at all, we have brought together some ideas for you to try out while we find ourselves grounded.
What is a warmblood horse and where to find one
Find out what a warmblood horse is, where to find one, and the history of three of the most popular breeds by reading this blog.
Why you should buy a Welsh Pony or Cob!
Are you a Welsh Pony and Cob enthusiast, or intrigued to know what the differences are between each Section? Read this blog to find out more about the wonderful Welsh breed.
How tech has disrupted the way we buy and sell horses over the last 20 years
There's no other time in history where technology has advanced so rapidly, effecting everyone's lives including equestrians who buy and sell horses. Want to know how? Read this blog post.
The why, what, and who of rehoming ex-racehorses
Rehoming an ex-racehorse is a wonderful thing. But finding out how and who is involved is tough. Here we’ll unpack everything you need to know to rehome an ex-racehorse.
For sale or loan? Tough questions to ask yourself before advertising your horse
Wondering whether to advertise your horse for sale or loan? In this blog we try to answer some of those tough questions to help you make that important decision.
The journey of Whickr and why you should try out the horse selling app
We recently announced the exciting news that Whickr is now available to Android users, as well as iPhone. The fact that the app is now available on both devices is a monumental moment.
Any foal’s a goal; Choosing a stallion
How do you choose a stallion when breeding a foal for the first time? In part two of our breeding series, we share our experiences of choosing a stallion for your special mare.