Please stop feeding our horses

Having grown up and loving everything horse from a very young age, I totally get the pull of fussing over or feeding horses grazing in fields that you are passing. It's a nice thing to do, right? Unfortunately it's not quite as nice as you might think.

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Do I have to be in the photos?

If I'm answering this question honestly, yes, you should be in the photos. Read on to find out why...

Caitlin, Saffron & Bea, Chelmondiston

It's always good when we can have a play around with slightly different images, and despite the grass still being a little damp, Caitlin was game to try a bit of an alternative angle...

Sarah, Silver & Jeffrey, Bentley

Last year I ran a competition to win a photoshoot, and the lucky winner was Sarah with her two handsome boys, Silver & Jeffrey.

Togs in Tidmarsh

Raspberry and I took a day trip to Tidmarsh last month, where we caught up with fellow equine photographers Rose Lewis, Katie Mortimore and Louise Groom. You can tell it's going to be a good day when the only delay on the M25 is a mere 15 minutes and still moving at 30mph!

Summer & Mitch, Trimley

Summer's favourite thing to do is ride, and enjoys getting in the saddle when she's feeling overwhelmed with her autism, and what better way to relieve it? Read more...

Sharon & Archie, Battisford

Archie soon realised what we were up to on the photoshoot, and the ears popped forward, which made my job much easier!

Vicky & Sophie, Harwich

Sophie is a 12 year old gypsy cob, and Vicky has had the pleasure of being her partner in crime for 4 years. Read more...

Rio’s Recap #3

Hey everyone! I'm loving life this week, I've been a gentleman of leisure hanging out in the field. On Tuesday I snuck under the fence into the middle part of my field where all the tasty grass is. Mum turned up soon after though with breakfast, and whilst I was eating she closed the fence … Continue reading Rio’s Recap #3

Nicky, Coda & Darcy

Coda is becoming a fantastic Parelli horse. We even got some shots of him without his headcollar on in the bluebells. He did decide to go off for a wander (cue momentary heart-stoppage) but he soon came cantering down the track to rejoin us - stopping just a foot in front of me and my lens! What a good boy.