My Top Bloggers to Follow

There is an ever growing community of equestrian and country lifestyle bloggers, Vloggers and social media influencers. I have found some really inspiring people who I love to follow, for their funny and relatable stories, their honest truths, their openly sharing of the highs and the lows. Here are just a few from my ‘must follow’ list.

Olivia Towers Dressage –

If you’re a YouTube addict like me, then you’ll probably already know Olivia. Her Vlogs really are fab; they’re interesting, insightful, positive, motivating, relatable and addictive. If you love dressage and you need someone to help you stay positive, you should go and check out her channel, but be warned you may spend the next few hours binge watching her videos.

Instagram – @Towers432

Life on the Left Rein –

I am sure you all already follow Tina and Banksy’s Vlogs and Instagram. I’m always excited when that little notification pops up on my phone to say there’s a new video live and I love following their day to day over on Instagram too. They’re a real one to watch.

Instagram – @life_on_the_left_rein


Sophie Callahan –

Sophie’s blogs are brilliant, with stunning photographs I could look at for hours and beautifully written content, I love following Sophie’s recent shoots and learning all about her clients. Also another Vlogger to subscribe to, Sophie’s weekly Vlogs are always amazing and you’ll be sure to see lots of beautiful horses, all dolled up and looking their smartest for the camera.

Instagram – @sophiecallahan


Mud on My Mulberry –

Run by Andrea, this blog is beautifully put together and Andrea has style to die for. I love reading her new content and she’s another one to follow on Instagram too, with horsey, style and lifestyle photos to envy.

Instagram – @mud_on_my_mulberry


Diary of a Dun –

I absolutely love the honest and funny Instagram stories – if you don’t already follow them you should. Her content is always so honest and relatable and it always leaves me with a smile on my face. If you go and follow her, you’ll feel like you’ve made a new friend straight away, with her warm and welcoming insta stories and grid content.

Instagram – @diary_of_a_dun


Young Hip and Horsey –

I love Poppy’s blog, she’s documented her journey back to riding following a hip replacement last year. I find her posts so honest and also really inspiring too. It’s a real ‘feel good’ blog and I urge you to go and follow.

Instagram – @younghipandhorsey

The Equestrian and Country Lifestyle blogging community is growing by the minute and I’m always coming across more fabulous people to follow. I’d love your recommendations on equestrian and country lifestyle blogs you think I should be following right now.


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