Horses Adored, Men Endured

Is Susan Friedland-Smith the Bridget Jones of the equestrian world? Certainly, her new memoir, Horses Adored and Men Endured captures the same humor (albeit with a decidedly more Christian slant) in her description of bad dates on the search for Mr. Right. If you’ve read Susan’s blog, Saddle Seeks Horse, I’m sure you’ll enjoy her […]

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Follow Zelda on Instagram

Zelda the Magnificent

Zelda has always been a big horse with an even bigger personality. Lately, she’s been telling me that the World deserves to hear her point of view. So I gave her an Instagram feed. Of course, she named it Zelda the Magnificent, because she is, indeed magnificent. Zelda invites other horses (and their humans) to […]

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Money: If Wishes were Horses… — Relaxed & Forward: AnnaBlakeBlog

This post from Anna Blake, is hands down, one of the best  I’ve read about the balancing act between horses (or any pets) and money. As someone who is self employed, I’ve always faced the conundrum of either having no money, but time to ride or no time to ride, but enough money to have […]

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The Return of the Blog Carnival of Horses & It’s Better Than Ever

The Blog Carnival of Horses is back! For many years Equine Ink hosted the Blog Carnival of Horses — the carnivals were a monthly compilation of posts from different horse blogs and offered a great way for bloggers to get more visibility and for readers to find more blogs. A few years ago the Blog […]

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Welcome to the 2014 November Blog Carnival of Horses

Welcome to the 2014 November Blog Carnival of Horses. We have a great line up of posts this month. For those of you who want to read all the blogs all the time, please check out Equine Ink’s new Facebook page. I’ve set it up with RSS feeds to act as an ongoing Blog Carnival. […]

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Equine Ink is now on Facebook

For a long time I’ve reposted my blog posts on my personal Facebook page, but about 10 days ago I decided to give Equine Ink it’s own page and a slightly different mission. For a couple of years now I’ve hosted the Blog Carnival of Horses once a month. It’s a popular feature — and […]

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Welcome to the September 2014 Blog Carnival of Horses

Welcome to the September 2014 Carnival. I apologize for the delay in putting this together. I was almost caught up after my trip to New York to look after my father and then yesterday during a thunderstorm, our router and cable modem were blown up by a lightning strike. How many of you, like Katherine, […]

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