Life with horses is never dull, which is why we enjoy bringing you regular online blogs from a wide variety of people within the equestrian community. Check out our current bloggers below, plus review our former bloggers who have featured on the website.

Grassroots eventer, Marie Ewen

Marie Ewen is a 27-year-old amateur, who works full-time as a science teacher and has a baby daughter. She has qualified for the BE100 finals at the Mitsubishi Motors Grassroots Championship with Winnie Bago. She also has an ex-racer who has been in-foal and will be returning to eventing later in the season.

Read Marie’s blog

BS junior chef d’equipe, Corinne Bracken

Corinne Bracken is the children, junior and young rider showjumping chef d’equipe for British Showjumping. She will be sharing her highs and lows as she tracks the success of the teams as they aim to uphold British pride at competitions through the UK and around the world.

Read Corrine’s blog

Badminton debutant, Ben Hobday

Ben Hobday, 22, is aiming for his first Badminton in 2011, riding his former young rider medallist Uptons Who. He started his diary in January and will be updating us weekly on his progress towards the Gloucestershire four-star, as well as filling us in on day-to-day life on a busy event yard.

Read Ben’s blogs

Racehorse trainer, Toby Coles

Twenty-five-year-old Toby Coles is Britain’s newest — and youngest — racehorse trainer. He currently trains out of Cedar Lodge Stables in Newmarket. His weekly diary has been running since August 2010 and covers the trials and tribulations, the highs and the lows, the work and play of a young man trying to make a go out of training racehorses.

Read Toby’s blogs

Showing rider and judge, Chloe Chubb

Chloe Chubb has been writing about her experience showing and judging while holding down a full-time job in London on the H&H website since March 2010. Having qualified her top ride, a Welsh section C called Popsters Loaded Weapon (or Jacob), for HOYS in 2010, he has returned to stud and she has a new young Welsh section C, Popsters Debonair (Pop), preparing for his showring debut.

Read Chloe’s blogs

Apprentice farrier, Roland Thompson

Roland Thompson is a 39-year-old former software company director, who is retraining as a farrier. He started his apprenticeship in January 2011 and his blog kicked off at the same time. He is going to be sharing the highs and lows of the his training and life working alongside a farrier in the south west.

Read Roland’s blogs

Former H&H bloggers

Chinese event rider, Alex Hua Tian

Chinese teenage Olympic event rider and former Eton schoolboy Alex Hua Tian wrote a regular blog on the H&H website from July 2009 until the end of the 2010 eventing season. During this time he competed at his first Badminton and Burghley.

Read Alex’s blogs

Burghley first-timer, Georgie Strang

Georgie Strang wrote a weekly blog in the run up to her Burghley debut in 2010 with Andrew Hoy’s former ride Master Monarch. Unfortunately they crashed out on the cross-country.

Read Georgie’s blogs

Badminton first-timer, Sarah Stretton

Following a successful Burghley debut in 2009, Sarah Stretton was aiming for her first Badminton Horse Trials in 2010 with Lazy Acres Skip On. Unfortunately she sustained a nasty knee injury in a fall from one of her other horses while going cross-country at Swalcliffe and was unable to ride at Badminton

Read Sarah’s blogs

Mongol Derby rider, Katy Willings

Former British pony dressage team rider, Katy Willings, shared her trials and tribulations as she prepared to cross 1,000km of the Mongolian wilderness in the inaugural Mongol Derby. She may not have won, but she did complete the epic adventure and it proved to be a life-charging experience for her.

Read Katy’s blogs

Dressage young rider, Charlie Hutton

Young rider team member Charlie Hutton wrote a regular blog for Horse & Hound during 2009, which saw him give an insight into his life at the family riding centre Taland, where he spends the majority of his time teaching and riding, alongside his competition experiences.

Read Charlie’s blogs

Badminton rider, Dee Kennedy

After a crashing fall jumping into the quarry in 2008, Dee Kennedy returned to Badminton in 2009 with the aim of improving on her previous year’s performance. Older and wiser, Dee and Big El performed well in all three phases to achieve their first completion at four-star level.

Read Dee’s blogs