With the recent uncertainty of a popular equine blog and the request of several, I’ve decided to officially begin Hooves. The focus will be concentrated on conformation, biomechanics, training, riding, breeding and management of the horse in all disciplines. I’m not opposed to other topics, but those will have to be tackled by guest writers at this time.
This is a new venture for me from a technical standpoint, so I ask for your patience in this regard. There are no advertisements, and as such any costs are mine to bear. There is no fat, pizza eating, soda drinking techie guy in his Mother’s basement making sure the site and blog stay up running and free of malware or whatever that’s called, and as such that too falls to me to figure out as I go along. I also have a life, and while I’m certainly willing to devote a significant portion of my time to this blog, I’m not going to be living and breathing it; at least not, if and until, it makes money – then we’ll talk.
Any topic requests, suggestions or guest articles may be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As you’ll note, I’ve posted my latest article which appeared on Fugly. It was the first of two that I was contracted to do. At this point in time, I will not be posting the second article. It was done specifically for Fugly, and until I’m sure the blog is defunct (or a reasonable length of time has passed), it will remain on the shelf.
Below that article are three small ‘test’ articles that I did merely to get a feel for how the blog worked when I first considered starting it. Feel free to comment on them and discuss amongst yourselves, but I will not be participating, as my current focus will be on putting together a new article and getting it up as soon as possible.
I thank all who’ve stopped by to check it out and hope to see your comments in coming articles.