Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Equestrian Blogger of the Year 2017



I am super proud and thrilled to have been shortlisted in the Equestrian Blogger of the Year 2017 final, nominated by Haynet and MirrorMePR!! 

Whether you're a first time reader or a regular visitor to our blog, I really hope you enjoy sharing my journey with Louie in training, competition and everyday yard life. If you do, it would be FANTASTIC if you can give my blog a vote: https://s.surveyplanet.com/SySrs0gpZ

Voting takes a matter of moments - and is done in 3 simple steps!
  1. Follow the Survey Planet link above
  2. Enter your email - don't worry, you won't receive any spam!!
  3. Make the selection of 'Team Tunnah Eventing'

About my blog

I started Team Tunnah Eventing in October 2012, six months after my partnership with Thomas started and after enjoying four British Eventing events. I created it less so for blogging, but more so as an online diary to reflect on my competition days to look back and see how we got in, set training goals and be able to easily see our progress along the way!

Between 2012 & 2014, my blog posts weren't a focus, and I did them as and when I could. However, when Louie and I came together at the start of 2015, I decided I wanted to step the effort up as a way to document my journey with my first young horse. I wanted to be able to reflect and remember our journey and the progress we had made as we were going, as well as using it as a platform to share experiences to seek advice and looking at things to try, as well as being a base for others to see it's a journey of up's and down's.

On winning the Equestrian Blogger of the Year 2016, I really made a focus on the content I included, beginning to include common themes and categories, such as Q&As, 6 Picks, Blogger's Corners... I also ensure monthly round up posts are published at the end of each month, and create detailed competition reports (good & bad) to reflect on what we can take as positives and what we can work in before our next outing.

I'm planning on continuing these focus areas for the rest of 2017 and into 2018, as well as trying out some new ideas too, so keep checking back to discover those!

I appreciate any support from my readers far and wide, and thank you in advance for taking the time to vote for me!




You can read the full Equestrian Blogger of the Year 2017 finalist press release here.

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