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  • Brand Ambassador Team

    Posted 3 years ago

    Our team of amazing brand ambassadors fly the flag for Equestrian Reviewer, and will be giving you their honest opinions about the latest equestrian products, through our new tried and tested feature that will be appearing on the site soon.

    Interested in becoming a brand ambassador? Contact Anne - anne@equestrianreviewer.com with a brief outline of your experience and ambitions for the future.

    Teal Anthoney, Grade IV Para-dressage Rider

    Based in Cornwall, Teal has a self-confessed obsession. “Dressage has always been my passion, I eat, sleep and breathe it, and Alice is my dream horse. She is a 6 year old Sir Donnerhall chestnut mare - yes an orange mare, please pray for me!!” says Teal. This year Teal is aiming to get out to para competitions. Teal says “I have hip dysplasia and retroversion and scoliosis (basically my hip sockets are too small and are on back to front and my back looks like a wiggly worm!)”

    Carmen Gammie, dressage rider

    Carmen Gammie is a 19-year-old dressage rider based in the North of Scotland and has been representing Team GB since 2010 with her pony Champagne Bubbles (Bubbles) and now with her horse Amalia B (Leya). Peter Storr, who was the pony team trainer at the time, said if there was a mark for trying Bubbles would always score a 10! With Leya, Carmen has just started some of the Grand Prix movements at home.

    Taylor Stewart, eventer

    Taylor Stewart is a 17 yr old junior FEI event rider based in Peebles, Scotland, Taylor has three horses, Uni Star (Bailey), Amasteal (Condi), and Widlake Barbie Blue (Pinky). She is currently competing at BE Novice and FEI 1*, with plans to go intermediate this season.

    Hannah Ufton, dressage rider

    Hannah is a 15 year old dressage rider based on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border. She was invited to the Team GB FEI pony viewing day in 2015 and currently competes at Medium/PFEI on an entirely home produced pony as well as training and producing young horses with aims to get onto the International Junior/Young Rider teams in the future.

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  • 6 Signs of Equine Ulcers

    Posted 3 years ago

    Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) is one of the most common diseases found in horses and yet still goes largely undiagnosed. Vet Chris Calder from the Dick Vet Equine Practice tells us what the most common signs are to watch out for.

    Ulcers

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  • What would you buy?

    Posted 3 years ago

    Ever wondered what you would spend your money on if you didn’t have a horse?

    In the UK £4.3bn* is spent annually by equestrian consumers across a range of equestrian goods and services, and an average of £3,600* per horse. Here are some of the alternative ways horse owners could be spending their money.

    What were your best buys?

    Help other horse owners buy smarter. Can you share your advice? Why not add a review of your favourite turnout rugs for a starter.

    *SOURCE - British Equestrian Trade Association; National Equestrian Survey 2015

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  • Tips for writing great reviews

    Posted 3 years ago

    Sharing your knowledge and experience with other horse owners will help them find the products and services that are right for them and their horse(s).

    Here are a few suggestions:

    • Be informative: Highlight what you liked and/or didn’t like about the product/service. Describe what other users will be likely to experience.
    • Be genuine and honest: Write about your own experience, and try to be as accurate as possible.
    • Be respectful: Not every experience is going to be 100% perfect. Sometimes you’ll want to share negative feedback. Even if you may be a little bit frustrated, make sure your criticism is constructive, especially as most businesses will want to use customer feedback to make improvements.
    • Be creative and have fun: People will pay attention when you write thoughtful and insightful reviews.
    • Choose the right length: Not too short that it doesn’t give enough information, but then not so long that it takes a long time to read. A paragraph is great.

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