My name is Esme and this is me so I guess my channel is 'This Esme'. I make videos about all things horsey such as Vlogs with the ponies, horse care videos and edits of me riding to help other equestrians learn more about these beautiful animals as you never stop learning with horses.
Animals -------------- Casper 15hh grey Connemara Mickey 13hh cream pony Willow - White paint donkey Bruno - Brown donkey Toby - Black donkey (Sometimes our guineapigs are featured too) I am very fortunate to have all these animals in my life.
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Hey guys, here's our updated barn routine! btw this was filmed at the end of summer, but we haven't been able to upload it! Sorry if the voice over is a little quiet, we are trying to figure out the whole thing. hope you enjoy and get excited for fall! xoxo
As horse owners and riders ourselves, we know how essential grooming totes are. We also know that we often times can't remember everything we've ever 'had to have' or would 'die without' it being in our grooming tote (or totes, for some of us!).
SmartPaker Sara is no different - so she wanted to show you what's in her Roma Deluxe Grooming Tote (http://pak.horse/1GwUveN). Sara loves grooming her 13-yr old OTTB, Charlie...she even does it while he's grazing in turnout!
I already know that this video will recieve comments such as "fake tails are unnatural," "that's so wrong," and other things from anyone overly-sensitive. Please think before you type. Fake tails are used primarily in the huntseat/hunter/pleasure show rings to create a fuller, more complete look. Horses are horses and will rip out their tails or simply don't grow a full tail, so fake tails are great bonus points.
If you have any questions about something I addressed in this video, please don't hesitate to comment on here or my instagram (@equestrianbliss) Hope you guys enjoyed it!
Tail Lights are a revolutionary LED lighting system for horses that uses color, and style, to keep horses and rider visible during any type of weather or lighting levels.
Placed on a specialized velcro tail wrap, the lights drape through the horses tail for maximum eyeline visibility, beauty, and aesthetics. We have included as an option to purchase our custom designed storage/saddle bag for those who do not have one already. Dress your horse and do it in style, all the while being safely visible while riding.
Every day riders have to navigate along busy roads to make it to a trail. More often than not, and depending on the time of year, riders find themselves returning at dusk and back to the barn in the dark. Despite ineffective reflectors, and without adequate lighting
Links below vvvvvv I saw a Facebook post about ketchup whitening manes and tails. I probably wouldn't do it again. His tail is about half as thick as it should be, pieces were rubbed out in two instances. Harley does not cross tie yet and is still learning patience. Thanks for watching!
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Sheath cleaning is an essential part of keeping our equine partners happy! In this short video, we walk you through a step by step how to on safe and correct sheath cleaning for horses. This video can originally be found here and also has great information on how to clean your mare as well as your gelding. https://youtu.be/SWQr-RglKzk
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It seems a bit odd to clip the fluffy warm coat of your horse in the winter time - but if they're doing any work at all then they will probably get too hot with it all on. Hot horses sweat buckets and then they can get a chill. And ours get hot because they all work - even through the winter. Riding, driving, jumping and logging are the most energetic things they do at this time of year - but soon it will be time for ploughing again too.. So this is how I clip our horses..