I've been really into reading horse-y blogs, so I figured this would be the best place to ask.
There've been a couple of topics which listed good ones. You can probably find them if you search the word Blog.
Mine are in my signature line
The more perfect our happiness,
the more nagging and wretched
do our unsolved problems seem.
~ Gordon Grand
I have one: www.globalhorseculture.com
I don't have a lot of time to post regularly lately, but there is two years worth of old posts to browse.
Many horse blogs (mine included) have a big list of other blogs to visit in the sidebar, so there's no end to the "rabbit hole" once you start down it.
I have one - www.showhorsegallery.com
I have one - it's a weekly "horse in history" blog in which I focus on three horsey events which happened each week.
The Equine Insider - Providing news, tips, product reviews, and a Small Business Barn to keep you up to date in the equine world.
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Big Idea Eventing
A couple of Canadians, 5 horses, in California to train and compete...arrived in January headed back to Canada in April...
The rabbit hole analogy is great. I can spend hours getting lost in wonderland off of ones that link off other blogs. I add many of my favorites to my sidebar too.
Also, most of my blogroll links (okay, I think all right now) are horse-related as well!
A ReRider Who's Lucky To Cope
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I have one too
http://calabriarose.wordpress.com though I don't have much to update on these days
It's a mishmash of canter-related stuff, updates on retraining, track visits, etc.
There's some fun blogs in my blogroll too - three days three ways is pretty cool if you're an eventing fan
"smile a lot can let us ride happy,it is good thing"
My CANTER blog.
I've got one, I don't post as often as I should. It's *mostly* horse related stuff and I try to upload tons of pictures.
Proud member of PETA: People Eating Tasty Animals!
Ok I almost feel like I am throwing my self to the wolves.
I started a blog today. ironcowgirl.weebly.com
Courage is being scared to death - and saddling up anyway
Boots, chaps and cowboy hats... nothin' else matters.