Fie Wilken

Fie is a journalist at Malgré Tout Media. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in English. She writes articles for both Danish and international readers and is razor sharp on grammar. Fie knows better than anyone what it's like to deal with young horses. In her spare time, she trains her 2.5-year-old Irish cob, whom she´s had since he was a foal.
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Para-rider Cecilia Rosell“If I Don´t Ride My Horse, I End Up In A Wheelchair within 14 Days”

What does it mean to be a para-rider? What kind of life can you have with horses, when it is difficult to even have a normal everyday life? And how much do...

Children’s equine therapy: “I Trust You, Comet”

Difficulties concentrating, different mental and physical diagnoses, restlessness, and anxiety. These are just a few of the challenges, the children, who participate in equine therapy, are facing. Vibeke Haarbye-Pedersen, a trained equine...

Scientists: Horses and humans have a special bond

Horses are flight and pack animals driven by instincts which they use basically to survive. It is often this biologist perspective around horses, but scientists have now investigated whether horses and humans establish a special bond. Quite...

Training: How to find the correct length of your stirrups

Are you in doubt whether your stirrups have the correct length. In this article you will have an easy way to find out if your stirrups fits.

Did you know this before you bought your first young horse?

The muzzle is gently pushing your arm. You find a treat from your pocket and look at your future best friend – completely and utterly in love. You cannot wait to get him home. To...

Loading horses: Just as hard as a dressage lesson

You have probably met some horses in your life who did not like being loaded onto a trailer. At different competitions you can often meet people struggling with the horse when it has to get...

Amazing horse cakes: Find inspiration for your next creation

Do you love to bake? Or do you just like to see other peoples creations - and of course eat them? Then you should definitely keep reading. We have asked some of...

“I am an ordinary rider – I just do everything without equipment”

Riding without equipment probably seem scary for most riders. But not for Lene Olesen. She almost always train her horse without equipment.

Fie Wilken

Fie is a journalist at Malgré Tout Media. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in English. She writes articles for both Danish and international readers and is razor sharp on grammar. Fie knows better than anyone what it's like to deal with young horses. In her spare time, she trains her 2.5-year-old Irish cob, whom she´s had since he was a foal.
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