Are horses more responsive than people think? Helping Zimas help himself

This is just one of the numerous other blogs I want to write to support the view that our equine friends are clever creatures, who don’t just respond to commands they have learned during their schooling. After my first horse

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Enquiry: Why do we braid manes and tails?

Braiding is a major issue and a crucial activity in the world of equestrianism, as I have assumed from the countless videos I have watched online¬†And I regret to admit that I don’t like the result at all. I prefer

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The horsey version of ugly ducking: Sunday Silence

Afleet Alexandra’s blog post “Moment of Silence” on Horse Collaborative is about the story of a racing legend, Sunday Silence, which did not appear that bright in the first two years of his life. This horse, which escaped death twice

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Instructions for equestrians: How to completely ruin a salsa class!

¬† “If I was a dressage horse I would have tilted you by now”, I joyfully yelled at our salsa teacher in the students’ hall tonight after the first latin song. Today there was a strong mood for fast tempos

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Simple hairstyle for the show ring

The ladies below are demonstrating a quite simple under-the-helmet hairstyle, which is actually a ponytail made with a net. Not particularly spectacular. I think this is a hairdo for clumpsy and impatient people like me!

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A week without equestrianism…

As a student, I have quite many balls to catch every single day. Many obligations, including a postgraduate degree. And the equestrian club is far enough. And I can’t always book a place with the Uni’s riding club. If you

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