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The Rider’s Guide On How To Win Brand Sponsorship

The Rider’s Guide On How To Win Brand Sponsorship

  Looking for rider brand sponsorship? The MirrorMePR Equine Team are approached continuously by riders enquiring about sponsorship with our brands, so how do you win brand sponsorship as a rider? It never ceases to amaze us what we find in our email inbox!! Sponsored riders can bring huge value to a company, but you ...
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Ponies Are The New Prozac?

Ponies Are The New Prozac?

    I read a fantastic feature recently which looked at how horses can help people with mental illnesses to heal. Essentially, this is accomplished by allowing these people to get hands on experience working with horses and ponies on the ground. The article also contained some really fascinating facts, for example that horses can hear a human ...
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Winter Warriors!

Winter Warriors!

Even being a bit of fair-weather rider these days (and getting worse with each winter!), I’ve still been to a few yards over the last few months for meetings with riders, and couldn’t fail to notice that surrounding every top rider are a selfless team of hardworking staff who ride and care for their horses, ...
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The Unspoken Bond Between Horse and Human

The Unspoken Bond Between Horse and Human

  I was really touched recently to hear on the news about a lady who was dying in hospital and one of her last wishes was to see her beloved horse before she passed away. Happily, this wish was in fact granted by the hospital, and (as I’m sure you can imagine) the resultant images ...
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Five Things That Non-Horsey People Say

Five Things That Non-Horsey People Say

And how a horsey person feels when you say them (yes, really)…   “WHY DO YOU BLINDFOLD YOUR HORSE IN THE FIELD?” How we feel: Despairingly amused Why: This is the question that all horse owners get from non-horsey folk when fly masks are put on, come the spring/summer seasons. We frequently have to wearily explain ...
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