Horse Blogs A Large List

Horse Blogs

I discovered a gold mine of Horse Blogs

If you read my post “Five good reasons why you should start a blog” I gave you a few reasons for starting a blog for your horse business. You may have thought, “Hey that sounds like a good idea, but where to start, what to write about, and how do I pick out my blog categories”?

Well I think that the first step should be to check out and read some postings at a few horse blogs that relate to whatever you are passionate about with horses.

I did a some quick Internet surfing and found this wonderfully large and varied Horse Blogs List at the Bridlepath blog. Doris gave me permission to repost her huge list here. And I have added to it too. She also would love if you’d check out her equestrian blog too.

Note that some of these links below will open in a new browser window.

Horse Art Blogs

Horse Book Author and Writing Blogs

  • Cliffy’s Mom’s Blog By the shores of Gitchee Gumee by the shining Big-Sea-Water, came a little red horse! …Or something like that. Clifford is the star of the true horse story, “Clifford of Drummond Island” and the sequel, “Return to Manitou.” What started out as bloglike ramblings became a book, so never underestimate the power of the written word!”Great horse books and loved her dog ebook too.” – Joni Solis
  • Riding & Writing…An international blog about horses, writers, authors, books, equestrians, artists, poets, poems, and more horses…
    http://ginamc.blogspot.com/

Horse Business Blogs

Dressage Horse Blogs

Horse Breeder Blogs

Horse Health Blogs

Horse Photography Blogs

Off Track EX-Racehorse Horse Blogs

Clicker Training for Horses Blogs

Horse Training and Equestrian Riding Blogs

Horse Sports Blogs

General Horse Blogs

It is been a while since I first started this list of horse blogs so if you find any broken links or blogs that you think should not be here please let me know about them in the comments below or by contacting me through my contact page. Please read the comments to find more horse blog sites. Also if you know of some nice horse blogs that I have missed please leave their URL and Title in the comments. Thanks!

 

176 Replies to “Horse Blogs A Large List”

  1. your horse directory blogs are really informative and by they thanks for the information 🙂

    and I read your article about five good reason about starting a blog. I think I will plan to start my new blogs about my site.

    love to read your blogs thanks

  2. Hi you guys, this is me chastity again. I wish things can be perfect for horses. but hey thats life but we can change it im on this website to tell people to change nd think about how to help horses if you love them soo much cause i kno i do so plz help next time im gunna talk about a story based on a true story too.

  3. Hi my name is chastity, im 10 bout to turn 11 i love horses! I would give anything for these lovely animals that god gave to us. I wanted to talk about abusers, and slaughtering. Why do they deserve this? They didn’t do nothing wrong to us. they brought us them. well plz right me back nd have time think bout what im sayin i may be young but very mature and smart for my age. 😉

  4. This is a really great source for networking my sites, thanks very much! I’ll send you some link love.
    .-= Used Horse Tack´s last blog… Horse Fiction =-.

  5. Good day..
    I am so grateful for finding this blogs and i really want to know more about your ideas in taking care a horse.

    1. Well Cheka takin care of a horse is difficult thing to do. You have to fresh clean hay nd no blister beetles in it nd fresh clean water. nd lots of open fresh clean air space nd grass too. because if you have a stable or fence that just has dirt or dust then thats bad because your horse cab get ashma. nd im 10 very smart nd mature for my age well blog me

  6. I just found your list – I would love to be included. My blog is not only about interesting horse trailers I have found while searching for one to buy, I also include useful informaion for maintaining your trailer as well as understanding some of the confusing lingo about trailering. Thanks!!

    uniquehorsetrailers.blogspot.com
    .-= The Margarita Girls´s last blog… The baby’s room =-.

    1. Hi Tina,
      We all love our horses and our other smaller animals. Recently my dog ate a small quantity of Farnam Company’s (http://www.farnam.com)Alfalfa Pellet Wormer for horses and now she is in an animal hospital fighting for her life. She has been in an unconscious state for nearly 4 days. I contacted Farnam’s head office and they are not willing to put a warning label on this toxic product which can kill dogs, cats and small children. My dog Sadie weighs 85 pounds, so she weighs much more than most small children and she may die. She has severe neurological damage and we don’t know how extensive the damage is. I am asking all animals lovers to boycott Farnam Company’s products until they agree to act responsible and put warning labels on their products.

  7. Hey, we would love for you to add our link to your site! We are a western store and we offer a variety of western lifestyle goods including western wear, western hats, jeans, cowboy boots, western home decor, work wear, saddles. =) http://FortWestern.com.

    Love your site!!

    1. Brooke your site looks like a sales site. Do you also have a blog? I didn’t see it listed. If not, I am sorry this list is just for horse blog sites.

  8. I would like to add my blog to your site. Please let me know if this is possible.

    Sincerly,
    Shawn Bartlett

  9. This Website is great! I would recommended to have a Blog about Horse websites, Like ponybox. Ponybox is a great fun-filled game! Look at the website and join, it is free!

  10. Hey! I would be totally honoured if you added my blog to your ‘general’ list. My blog is about horsey stuff in general.
    Thank you!

  11. Hello-

    I just hit the jackpot finding this blog resource as I was hunting for informative horse related blogs to visit.

    I would love for my blog to listed, it ‘s about life on small acreage i with horses, endurance riding and general horse realated articles here in Big Sky County

    Ride on over http://www.acerfarm.blogspot.com

  12. Hi,
    I love all the links!
    I blog my adventures on Utah trails, as well as our experiences as horsekeepers on a small acreage. If you feel it’s appropriate, I’d love to have Janie and Steve’s Utah Trails be included on your “general horse blog” list. uthappytrails.blogspot.com

  13. If you would like, you can add my blog http://ozolkalni.blogspot.com/ to the list – it is all about me (46) starting to discover the world of horses. Since January 2008 I had never even been inside the horse box, never were even interested to ride, but life is full of surprises. English is not my native so writing is far from desirable, but I presume it is some fun. 🙂

  14. Pick me pick me! i have a blog too! Add me in, i love this resource and have a whole blog about the inspiration of horses in our lives, art, design and everthing else!

    horsehearthome.blogspot.com

    kind regards,
    martinique

  15. Okay, here’s a new one, I think. I hope anyway.

    I have posted my young adult , horse-centric novel as a blog (http://boxofstarsanastasiaburke.blogspot.com:80). It’s free of ads, free of swearing, free of explicit situations for the teens, just a good, solid story about a girl trying to make it the top with her beloved horse.

    I’m trying to get feedback on the story. I’m posting a chapter a week and so far, I don’t have a clue if anyone is visitng.

    I’m not trying to make money off it–it’s just nice knowing that it might brig some pleasure.

    Does anyone out there know if there are other “book blogs?”

    Thanks,

    Anastasia

  16. Congrats on your great list of horse sites.

    Would be very honored to be included in your list of horse blogs.
    “Simply Marvelous: The Wonder World of Horses”

    Thanks, Marvel

  17. Dear Renee, Thank you for letting us know about your educational horse riding blog Encyclopedia Equestria. I have added your blog to my list under: ‘Horse Training and Equestrian Riding Blogs’

  18. Great Site with super links! Thought the guys out there might like to check out my blog! I try to write things that I think people want to know about. Rider education is my passion! So check it out and let me know what you think! Enjoy!

  19. Dear GP,

    I added your blog to the list and checked it out. So glad you are telling people about growing and eating organic (real) food! All of us that own a horse can put that wonderful manure to work and become healthier.

    Our horses would be healthier too if kept on organic pasture instead of in stalls and over fed grain grown with man-made fertilizers and weed-killers. I know this is not possible for everyone but it is what is best.

  20. Please add me to the “general” section!

    My blog has a lot of pictures and posts on training & health from an amateur perspective. Thanks!!!

  21. Well, I certainly appreciate the “linky love”, but I’m not completely sure that I would call my blog a horse blog. I write about horses and I express my opinions about certain aspects of the industry, but really it’s only part of a larger blog.

    Just wanted to make sure that people clicking over had some sort of idea what they were getting into. I have a category on the home page entitled “Horses” for those who are interested.

  22. I have been on the mailing list of your newsletters( which I absolutely love) for about a year, I didn’t know you had a blog as well. I started one a little over a month ago and I’m having a blast writing it. Keep up the great work!

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