Meet Our Brand Ambassadors

EquiGlo Horse Feeds is proud to sponsor seven riders from across the country – from those happy to compete at grassroots level through to those with their sights fixed on greater things. Each has a passion for equine nutrition and making sure their horses and ponies benefit from a healthy, fibre-based diet – including EQUIGLO Quick Soak 10 MINUTE BEET. They are riders who enjoy their life in the saddle, take part in a wide range of equestrian activities and kick on for a place in the ribbons.

Tanya’s Blog

Hi! Great results with Darwin in October. We did 50km on Bodmin Moor which he flew around and then headed up to the New Forest. We were in an 80km (50 mile) class, he went so well and won his class, super impressed with him as he’s 20 years young. Think his EquiGlo is helping […]

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Jessica’s Blog

Well it’s been another busy few weeks and a month I won’t forget in a hurry. I’ve just arrived back from 3 days at Somerford Park Farm for the last outing of the summer season at the ROR north west camp. I thought this would be a great time to write my next blog for […]

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Melaney’s Blog

After a quiet few months, September was quite busy and seemed to go in a flash! For the past eight years I have volunteered at Blenheim Horse Trials, which I am lucky to live just down the road from. It really is a lovely event and great to be part of the action as well […]

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Tanya’s Blog

Hi! September – it went wrong! I was entered to take Darwin to 80 km (50 miles) on the moor and my friend was entered to ride Latifa for me. My first mishap… I tried to get all my ride gear down from the tack room roof, the ladder slipped and I crashed to the […]

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Jemma’s Blog

Me and Chester have had another fantastic month of outings and also a well-earned week of holiday for Chester. We attended our last Norton District Riding Club show of the season. We booked in attempting the ridden class for our second time. This time Chester was a lot better and I managed trot and canter […]

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Emma’s Blog

Hello everyone! I hope you have had a fun summer filled with lots of laughter and long sunny evenings! With the darker nights drawing in and the horses looking more fluffy by the second it is clear that winter is now on its way. The arrival of the academic term has brought with it the […]

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Bracken’s Blog

Hi everyone, September was a month of mixed emotions. Sad times as I have had to put Charlie and Sara into new homes having totally outgrown them both. Thankfully I couldn’t have found better homes for them and they have gone to teach 2 little girls how to ride, look after and love a pony. […]

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Millie’s Blog

Hey everyone! Me and Sky hope that you have all had a good month soaking up the last of the summer sun. We’ve had quite a quiet month but we have been doing a lot of training! We’ve been having a few Arena Eventing clinics and these seem to be really paying off! On 21 […]

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Tanya’s Blog

We had no competitions over August so Darwin and Latifa were just kept ticking over ready for September’s competitions. We had a great August at home though and had friends come to stay with their horses for a long weekend and had lots of fun riding to our local woods. It’s also given me a […]

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Millie’s Blog

Hi everyone, hope you’ve all had a great summer and enjoyed all the lovely weather that we’ve had! Me and Sky certainly have and we’ve had a very busy time. At the beginning of August we had our first Pony Club camp and we had an amazing time! We did cross country, dressage, grid work, […]

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Melaney’s Blog

The past few weeks have been fairly quiet competition wise, but we finally completed our long term goal of jumping a Newcomers class on our last outing and yes it was as big and scary as I thought it would be. I am extremely lucky that Skye really knows her job & took me round, […]

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Jessica’s Blog

Homi and myself have been kept busy with various outings. Firstly we ventured out to Warwick Hall BE schooling with a friend. We haven’t been here before so Homi thought he was at a pony party. He soon settled to jump the 80’s nicely, giving me the confidence to tackle some 90 fences. I needn’t […]

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Emma’s Blog

August was a busy month filled with lots of challenges and excitement! With all the hot weather and lack of rain many events in our area had been cancelled, due to the rock solid ground! In true countryside fashion many local shows continued to run without ridden classes! One of the first shows planned for […]

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Bracken’s Blog

At the beginning of August Charlie and I took a 6 hour journey to Moreton Equestrian Centre in Dorset to compete for England with BD northern region. We spent 4 lovely but excessively hot days there with trot up on Friday, passed and safely through. On Saturday I was on around midday, it was about […]

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Jemma’s Blog

Hi everyone, Hello! We are Jemma and Chester. I am 30 years old and Chester is six, and we are from Newark, Nottinghamshire. I’m very lucky to own Chester who is standing at 16h. He is an Irish TB and was imported over from Ireland. He was in training to be a racer but he […]

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Tanya’s Blog

Hi, I’m Tanya. I’m 36 and have been riding for as long as I can remember. I rode at my first endurance ride in 2002 and was hooked! I now have 4 Arabs which I’ll tell you about one at a time over the next few months. I’ll start with Darwin, as this last month […]

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Melaney’s Blog

I am an amateur rider who works extremely hard to fund my passion for horses by combining working full time in marketing, running my own livery yard Cherry Lane Equestrian whilst competing my 19-year-old horse Skye in British Showjumping competitions and my mother’s 14.2 20-year-old Jazz in dressage. I was always the crazy horse mad […]

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Jessica’s Blog

Hi, I’ll firstly say a huge thank you to EquiGlo for allowing me to become a brand ambassador. It’s a huge privilege to work alongside a feed company I really have found works!! Let me introduce myself. My name is jess and I live in Carlisle, Cumbria, with my partner, 2 Jack Russells and of […]

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Millie’s Blog

Hi everyone! My name is Millie and I’m a 14-year-old rider from Retford, Notts, competing my pony Sky. I’ve had Sky for just over a year but due to an injury and almost a year out recovering we are only 11 weeks into full time, competitive work! In the past 11 weeks we’ve been busy […]

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Emma’s Blog

Hello! My name is Emma and I am 17 years old! I am lucky enough to ride an incredible ex racehorse named Jake! Jake and I enjoy all pony club activities as well as clinics and competitions with the local riding club. Jake and I also enjoy our showing and showjumping, which we try and […]

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BRACKEN’S BLOG

Hi everyone, For those of you who don’t know me my name is Bracken Parkhouse. I am 11 years old and have been riding since the age of 18 months. My first pony was called Valentine. She was a 12hh Welsh Section A grey mare who taught me loads. From the age of 7 I […]

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