As much as I love reading all the equestrian blogs and horse blogs out there, when I’m short on time (which is always) simply browsing is not an option!
One of my resolutions for 2019 is to make my time spent online more productive.
With that in mind, I’ve put together a list of my go-to horse blogs to follow.
Whether you’re looking for the latest style trends, DIY inspiration or product reviews, these bloggers are sure to keep you in the know.
Of course I hope you stop by Savvy Horsewoman as well!
Top Equestrian and Horse Blogs to Follow in 2019 (and the bloggers that write them):
Recent Guest Post on Savvy Horsewoman: How to Be Safe Riding Your Horse in the City
Raquel Lynn lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband Adam, Paint mare Fira, and Pomeranian Mango. She loves cowboy boots, sequins, all things sparkly, cowhide, creating, cooking, Pomeranians, Paint horses, a good sale, flowers, wine, goat cheese, photography, flats, Bravo TV, barrel racing, turquoise, palm trees and sunshine.
Recent Guest Post on Savvy Horsewoman: Lunging a Horse – Risks and Benefits
Christa is a professional horse groom, dressage rider and a trainer. She has trained young horses and riders throughout Europe and USA in dressage and showjumping. Christa and her students have won multiple championships and titles.
Recent Guest Post on Savvy Horsewoman: Top 5 Cold Weather Hazards for Horses
Liv Gude is the founder of Professional Equine Grooms, an online resource for horse owners. After years of working as a Professional Groom for Olympic Dressage riders, Liv saw a need to create a space for horse owners to learn all of the horse care skills that are required of top Grooms.
Recent Guest Post on Savvy Horsewoman: Tips to Keep Your Horse Happy & Healthy
Keeley is the founder of Horse Chats Blog. Her mission is to inspire others to ride horses as well because she believes that at one point in every horse riders life that they were inspired to ride horses. She writes about her experiences and what she has learned throughout her horse riding journey.
Recent Guest Post on Savvy Horsewoman: Hunter Braids: How to Make Yours Brilliant
Mary Beth Rohaly teaches riders how to transform their mane braids from mediocre to magnificent for successful hunt seat and dressage shows. Or to earn income $$$ braiding other horses. She is the creator of the Braiding to WinVIP Experience where she provides expert braid evaluations, personalized advice, and teaches riders her complete step-by-step braiding system in bite-sized videos. This experience allows riders to dramatically and quickly improve their braids.
Ms. Rohaly has designed a Brilliant Mane Braiding Organizer & Bag that’s an all-in-one solution for organizing your braiding tools and supplies.
Recent Guest Post on Savvy Horsewoman: How to Rehabilitate an Abused Horse
Lindsey Rains is an equestrian blogger and creator of Alta Mira Horsemanship. She focuses on communication between horse and rider, with an emphasis in kind training tactics. She resides in Kent, WA, USA, with her husband, and daylights as a non-profit administrator.
Recent Guest Post on Savvy Horsewoman: 8 Things Your Horse Wants You to Understand About Anxiety
Becky Ruhl is obsessed with finding ways for horses to thrive. She’s all about sharing her ideas on her Insightful Equine blog and hopes to inspire others to find optimal ways of working with horses as well. When she’s not immersed in horse projects, she loves spending time with her boyfriend, traveling and hiking around the country with their two squishy faced Boston Terriers.
Recent Guest Post on Savvy Horsewoman: 3 Important Fall Feeding Tips
Erica Ash first entered the horse world at age 6 after months of begging to start lessons. Not a day has passed since that was void of horses. She created Hoofbeat Collective as a place to improve horse owners confidence and know-how on horse health, care, and nutrition through online courses and a welcoming blog. Her mission is to help horse owners receive awesome and helpful information, but also to build confidence in WHAT they are doing is the best care, for their best friend. At home, in Portland Oregon, she is a carriage driving instructor and trainer.
With so many great horse blogs out there it was extremely hard to narrow it down. If I missed your favorite blogger, please leave a comment below with a link so we can all enjoy.
Looking for more? Check out my master list below of all the equestrian blogs I’ve recommended in previous years (alphabetical order).
Horse Blogs and Equestrian Blogs to Follow:
- A Country Lady
- Alta Mira Horsemanship
- Braid Secrets
- Dressage Hafl
- Equestrian Lifestyle
- Equestrian Stylist
- Equestrian Trend
- Gift Horse Eventing
- Hippologic’s Horse Training
- Hoofbeat Collective
- Horse Chat with Keeley
- Horse Country Chic
- Horse Products 101
- Horses & Heels
- Insightful Equine
- My Equestrian Style
- Piaffe Style
- Pro Equine Grooms
- Saddle Seeks Horse
- She Moved To Texas
- Strides for Success
- The Confident Rider Project
- The Equestrian
- The Legal Equestrian
- The Phoenix Filly
- The Sand Arena Ballerina
- Tofino Tack
- Velvet Rider
- Writing Horseback
What’s your favorite horse blog? Leave a comment below!