The Aspire Equestrian’s blog started in May 2013 after I decided to split my personal coaching life blog part from an educational blog part. I wanted the Aspire space to be a place to come for a bit of learning, a bit of inspiration and most of all – for motivation to explore riding, teaching and training horses without bullying, gadgets, gimmicks and rushing. The blog is still in its infancy with big plans for more useful content to come.
Writing and sharing is my geeky hobby, something that is creative, challenging and motivates me to always search for more knowledge, good solutions, better understanding. I don’t have the time for maintaining large stream of posts but always strive for them to be thoughtful and valuable. For these reasons it feels great to be nominated to the final of the Hay-Net’s Equestrian Blogger of The Year 2014 Award!
If you enjoy Aspire’s blog and would like to give your vote for us, head over to THIS LINK – it takes 1 minute to complete the voting 🙂 If you would like to read more about Hay-Net’s competition and meet other finalists, click the image above!
Huge thank you to all who voted already and who are planning to vote 🙂
It is extra special to me because they chose to feature the post which talks about subjects that are at the core of existence for Aspire Equestrian Academy. In fact, the Academy exists exactly because of the issues discussed in that post.
If you don’t know of Hay-Net and you write an equestrian related blog, I really recommend joining this vibrant, diverse, multicultural and fun website where you can share your blog posts, views as well as network with other riders and owners in a friendly atmosphere.
A few weeks ago I was asked if I wanted to join in a new initiative being set up by Hay Net – a leading UK Blogging network. The idea was to provide advice and support to Hay-Net members and as I love to be of help to those who want to be helped and I love blogging I couldn’t say no, could I? 🙂
Hay Net Equestrian Advice Team was launched yesterday and I hope it will be a great platform for relaxed, friendly discussion on all things equestrian.