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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Summer Coolers

Image credit: Hannah Russell

Every month I post for Totally Horse & Pony magazine, usually covering Fashion & Style. I've now completed three posts.

  • Spring Greens, Gorgeous Greys... & A Hint of Pink in Between
    Looking a colourful spring items for you & your horse to brighten your day & blow away those winter cobwebs!
  • Too Hot to Trot
    What to wear (& what not to wear) when visiting Badminton horse trials at the start of May. The post also looked into what should be popular in the all important & eagerly anticipated trot-up outfits!
  • Summer Cooler Ideas for You and Your Horse!
    Our latest post, inspire by a lovely long burst of summer weather... Sadly, the warmer temperatures seemed to disappear, and be exchanged for rain, no sooner had the post gone live...

Summer Coolers

In our latest post, we looked at items that can help keep you & your four-legged friends from feeling the heat when temperatures soar! From technical fabrics to help your competition day breeches turn into cooling sidekicks, through to Easidri's cooling products for dogs enjoying a day out in the horsebox too - we tried to cover it all.

There was even products to help with what turns every happy hacker to unhappy - FLIES - with some body wash & bridle tag suggestions.

Hannah Russell, author of the Little Alf series, also published a quick and easily recipe for horse flavoured themed ice lollies, which we loved in principle! But, don't forget! Ice in a horse's stomach can very easily cause a colic (just like the icy grass on a winter's morning), so be sure to feed with care!

Totally Horse & Pony

You can see all of the posts I create for Totally Horse & Pony Fashion & Style cuts, along with any other top tips & hints they may have!

Totally Horse & Pony is a free online magazine, with a broad range of posts & content, suiting all ages, levels & interests, all with one common theme - Horses and Ponies!

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