Pregnant mare rescued from slaughter – video

 While I was browsing YouTube, I found a cute video about a US charity saving a pregnant mare from the auction that mainly leads to slaughter. Soon after her rescue, the mare gave birth to this cute, cute, cute foal!

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The benefits of volunteering

Recently I wrote a post with the title  ‘The price of volunteering”, describing my injury during a volunteering day at my new equestrian club. Now I’m writing the opposite; what you get from volunteering. My CV is full of all kinds

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The price of volunteering

And now that the… democratic show has officially ended in Greece, it’s time to return to my daily routine, including regular blogging. I failed to blog so often, as I spent many hours watching live on news websites discussions and

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A new equestrian club for Christina

My goals this summer include more involvement with equestrianism, including taking lessons to improve my techniques, plus volunteering to learn about how to loo after horses. But Trent Valley is too far and just going there and returning takes me

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Ten things that most novice equestrians have done already

Being introduced to equestrianism is not just about starting your journey in the sphere of a demanding sport, it is about changing your way of living. Once you start riding, you are introduced to new things, moves that your brain

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Volunteering with RDA at Dukeries Leisure Centre

Last Saturday was a quite interesting day, as we volunteered at the RDA centre in Dukeries, Nottinghamshire. The day would be interesting, with a lot of running; I ran like crazy to catch the bus and, after getting wrong instructions,

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