In Due Horse

~ A horse girl’s lifestyle blog ~

  • Guest Blog: What You Can Do To Help Diversify the Equestrian World.
    Let me start by introducing myself I am Steph and I am an Afro- Peruvian woman and a descendant of a slave. Peru started the import of slaves from West and South West Africa in 1521. Slaves were mainly used for manual labor in sugar cane, cotton fields and rice plantations as well as building …
  • Why Autumn Is The Best Season for Equestrians
    Autumn is a great season for being a horse owner, the summer is over but there is a magical couple of months before the winter creeps in. It’s nearing the middle of September already, but there are definitely autumnal vibes already. Here are my reasons why autumn is the best time for horses! Autumnal hacking …
  • Guest Blog: Five top tips for Balancing Horses and Studying
    Chloe Loader shares her tips on balancing horses and studying. I decided that the best time to get my own horse was in my final year of my degree, so I have had alot of questions on how I managed to balance them (and working part time!). I took on Kitski as a full loan …
  • Louise and Smartie Update August 2020
    Hey guys sorry I have been sooo quiet on here recently. I don’t know about you but since lockdown I just haven’t wanted to be inside writing like I used to. I thought I would give you a little update of the world of Smartie and Louise. Things are ticking along very slowly over here …
  • Guest Blog: A Day In The Life Of A Film Maker Turned Gallop Girl.
    4:30 a.m. my alarm goes off. I stumble into my kitchen, pour my coffee and let my dog out. I Hurriedly get ready, grab my helmet, which is covered in unicorns I might add, and I throw my vest on. A typical morning for me. I pull into the parking lot of the racetrack. Quiet, …