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.
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...
Last year I ran a competition to win a photoshoot, and the lucky winner was Sarah with her two handsome boys, Silver & Jeffrey.
We all love to see our horses out there strutting their stuff, and looking fabulous doing it. If you're out competing, you like to know that there's a photographer on the ringside capturing your best dressage test to date, that massive oxer your horse made to look like a warm up fence, or the leap … Continue reading Supporting your event photographer
It started out as a normal week...We had a nice hack out with Bailey...ended up getting another bath...went to play on a crossc ountry course for the first time ever... you know, just your standard week!
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
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.
Find out more about buying your mum an equine photoshoot for mother's day this year!
Let me set the scene. It's a brisk but bright Sunday morning. You're looking out over your beautiful rolling hills, complete with well kept hedgerows, having a cuppa after you've turned out your horses for the day. The breeze is chilly as the first horseboxes arrive, and you can start to feel a buzz of … Continue reading Hedge hoppers
A couple of weekends ago we finally got to make this shoot happen. It had been on the cards for a while, but what with a whole lot of life getting in the way, and then Millie chipping a bone in her ankle (amazingly non-horse riding related!) it just hadn't quite come to fruition. It was … Continue reading Stubble Trouble – Sarah & Millie