This week's outfit features the GOR-G-OUS Cora shirt from Toggi. I've worn this, and featured it at lot over on my lifestyle blog Karen & Clan as well as on my social media accounts but I wanted to style it up in an equestrian ensemble to show how versatile it is. I love this shirt, it's so beautiful, lightweight and feels super-luxurious on your skin. And the fact that it shares it's name with my daughter, well - it's perfect. I could have gone for dark brown breeches with t
Cliques, bitching, personality-clashes, badly maintained facilities, unsuitable grazing arrangements, a fiercely competitive environment when you’re looking for a chilled out environment, or just a feeling that it’s not the best ‘fit’ - there are an infinite number of reasons why the livery yard you’re on is not the right one for you and your horse. Our time with our horses is so precious, it’s time away from work and your other commitments, time to unwind and a time to co
This week I'm raving about Rudds Wellies and for those of you who follow me on Instagram & Facebook, you'll already know I'm a big fan. I thought I'd share the story of how I came to own a air of Rudds and why they are as good as they are....
For years and years I wore a very prominent brand of welly and they were great - they did their job, lasted for years and looked good. Then, at some point that brand moved away from being a real country welly boot that was robust enoug
When the sun is shining bright, I'm inspired to wear bright colours and shine too! Anyone else the same? This week's outfit is exactly that - a bright pop of colour for while the weather is glorious. Oddly, the socks were the first piece of this outfit which all the others were chosen around - rarely will it be the socks that I pick up and build a look a round. I heart Toggi socks in bold pink and blue were paired with my Toggi Loredo Breeches, Toggi Gillet, and Thomas & Co P
Poo picking is one of those jobs that you might not love but is vital for the health of the pasture and ultimately, your horse. I often hear people moaning about poo picking but there are a few ways to make more fun and less of a chore.... 1. Change Your Mindset The biggest thing you can do to make poo-picking less of a drag is to stop seeing it as one. Try to see it as something you're doing for your horse's well-being as well as looking after the environment where you spend
Morning folks, I hope you’ve all had a great weekend and are all set for the week ahead. I have lots of new content and developments to share with you, some of which I tell you about in this video. K xx www.kaequestrian.com email@example.com www.facebook.com/KAEquestrian www.twitter.com/KAEquestrian www.instagram.com/KAEquest