Welcome to the March 2014 Blog Carnival of Horses


Blog Carnival of HorsesDespite technical problems with the Carnival platform, we got some great posts for this month’s Carnival. I love seeing some new blogs represented here, along with some old favorites. So, welcome to the March 5th edition of the Blog Carnival of Horses.

Having been frozen out of riding most of the last month, it seems like reading about riding is going to be my best bet. I hope you are living in a place a bit more amenable than New England!

I found the post on How to Publish Your Horse Book of particular interest as I’ve been working on my equestrian-themed novel for a couple of years now. I’m almost finished with the first draft and starting to wonder what to do next. And I absolutely LOVE the photo on the post about floating a horse’s teeth. I’ve never been able to get a photo as good as that when our tooth fairy comes to the barn.

Susan presents 8 Reasons to Go to Horse Expo (You’ll Love #6) posted at Saddle Seeks Horse.

Hilary presents Rider Review: Dubarry Galway Boots posted at Equestrian at Hart.

Hilary presents My Pony Valentine posted at Equestrian at Hart.

Corinna presents How to Publish Your Horse Book posted at Ribbons and Red Tape.

Corinna presents That Horse is Mine: How to get your Horse Back posted at Ribbons and Red Tape.

Debra presents What do you Mean, Float a Horse? posted at The Daily Bray.

Debra presents Hooves posted at The Daily Bray.

Suzanne presents Gratitude Rocks posted at Confessions of an AA Event Rider and Convicted Overthinker.

Fran Jurga presents Research: Colorado State Study Helps Identify Risk Factors Associated with Post-anesthesia Colic posted at The Jurga Report.

Gwenyth Santagate presents Unseen Energy posted at Training Horses . . . Naturally.

L. Williams presents The Look of Weasels posted at Viva Carlos.

Lauren presents Poor Life Choices posted at She Moved To Texas.

Genny presents Sometimes Forgotten posted at A Gift Horse.

Amanda presents Fail Again, Fail Faster, Fail Better posted at An Eventful Life.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of the horses using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page. And keep your fingers crossed that the software works next month.

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4 thoughts on “Welcome to the March 2014 Blog Carnival of Horses

  1. yay! thanks for the special shout-out, all of us bloggers have a book (or five!) inside of us, don’t we?! Fingers crossed my e-book hits completion this week… it was all about creating deadlines to help motivate me. What is YOUR book about- fiction or non-fiction? We’ll have another “publish your horse book” themed post coming up soon, so keep an eye out for it 😉

    1. Liz Goldsmith

      Mine is an equestrian-themed novel where the protagonist is a “re-rider” who struggles to overcome fear (caused by an accident in her past) and balance the demands of work and family. Not autobiographical, but certainly draws on some of my own experiences. When your book is available, let me know and I can highlight it here.

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