Tina Bjerre Nielsen

Tina is a rhetorician specializing in digital communication and journalism. Her heart beats for evoking feelings and opinions for all horse lovers. Tina has ridden for as long as she can remember starting as a very young kid on her mother's horse. Today she has had her own dressage and show jumping horse for 11 years
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Horse droppings: What they can tell you about your horse’s overall health

Are your horse's droppings the way they should be? Learn to decode consistent, frequency, color and smell with the help of NAF professionals.

Right or left? Find out which leg your horse primarily uses

Do you know if your horse is either right or left 'handed'? Otherwise you can read how to find out and work with asymmetry in this article.

Save the zipper on your riding boots

Equestrians' worst nightmare: However, A broken zipper does not necessarily mean you have to buy new boots. You can fix it yourself.

Jealousy in equestrian sport: What can we learn from this emotion?

Have you ever felt jealous at another rider? In this article we describe different types of jealousy. Which to focus on and which to embrace.

This is what it looks like when horses have cancer

Skin cancer, hoof cancer, mold cancer and brain tumours. Like humans, horses can also have cancer, and these four are the most common. In fact, cancer among horses is more common than...

Horse breed: Welsh pony and cob – small body, big personality

A Welsh is a mix of a noble horse and a solid family pony. At the same time, it is both child-friendly and has a great personality. In addition, it is robust,...

Study: Why horses understand not your words, but your tone of voice

What tone of voice do you use? Horses do not understand what we say – or do they? For sure, they do not know Danish, English or Chinese, but they still understand...

Bulbs: How to care of the shock absorbers of a horse

Have you ever thought about the function of your horse’s bulbs? The ones placed at the bottom of each leg. Combined with other important parts of the horse’s hoof mechanism, the bulbs...

Tina Bjerre Nielsen

Tina is a rhetorician specializing in digital communication and journalism. Her heart beats for evoking feelings and opinions for all horse lovers. Tina has ridden for as long as she can remember starting as a very young kid on her mother's horse. Today she has had her own dressage and show jumping horse for 11 years
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