Welcome to the Pure Horse Sense blog!
Feel free to sit back, relax and read awhile.
This blog is where my two passions can meet in harmony; horses and writing. I started this blog back in October 2012. It has become my place where I can share all things horses with the world. I love writing and sharing my experiences, my difficulties and new discoveries. Knowing that maybe, just maybe it might relate to someone else. Out there. In this crazy world.
As a rider, I favour the show jumping discipline. As a horse lover, I'm always amazed at how diverse one animal can be. From jumping, to dressage or from endurance, to reining; it seems like the horse can do it all. They truly are an athlete and an amazing friend. There's nothing quite like a horse.
I've dedicated this little blogging space to highlight the horse, his abilities and my experiences working with them. Hopefully, one day, I can dedicate my career to them as well. (Here's hoping anyway!)
If you would like to get in contact with me, you are always welcome to comment in the comment sections at the end of each blog post. If you would like to reach me more privately, please click on the Contact Me tab at the top of the page. That will direct you to Pure Horse Sense's very own email address.
If you'd like to follow me on other social media platforms, you can click on the Stay Connected tab. You'll find a list of all of the ways you can do so. If you're on the homepage, you can also click on the social media icons to be automatically redirected to that profile.
That's the best way to stay up to date with all things Pure Horse Sense. It's also another great way for us to connect!
Please understand that I cannot please everyone. I truly try my best to make my content interesting to most horse lovers. However, with my riding background being of both the hunter/jumper and eventing disciplines, I'm naturally more knowledgeable in these areas.
I also do not have a background in equine medicine or claim to be a professional trainer. I do not give out advice to intentionally harm you or your horse. I simply share exercises and approaches that I have learnt or read that might be useful to someone.
Please note that I do not take credit for any of the content that is not my own that I post on this blog. All of the pictures and videos will have captions under them listing which websites I found them on. The information used, which is not my own, will also have links to whichever website I took them from. Any pictures or videos that are my own will also have a caption beneath them.
Until next time, happy riding!