Behind The Brand

The Positive Equestrian is more than a blog, it's a mentality and a lifestyle. TPE is an Equestrian Blog that predominantly focuses on Life, Style, and Wellness. My goal is to provide my audience with inspiration, positivity, and relatability through my own experiences, and the experiences of my guests. I aim to shed light on the REAL equestrian lifestyle by sharing the good and the bad. Showcasing equestrian the glitz and glam of the equestrian culture, and discussing the “taboo” topics.

Showcasing Equestrian Life, Style, and Wellness

There is so much glitz, glimmer, and glam in this sport; the horses, the riding, the fashion, technology, tack, and so much more! Combining my passion for horses with my flair for fashion & design, I aim to produce beautiful content for my audience to enjoy.

The fashion and style content that I create is lovingly made by a passionate equestrian, for ALL equestrians! Whether you are someone who actively rides, does not have the time to ride, used to ride, actively competes, trains, rides for leisure, or simply admires the sport from afar - there is a place for you here at TPE no matter the circumstances. 

However, there is a flip side to the equestrian lifestyle & culture. There are a variety of “taboo” topics, such as bullying, lack of inclusivity, prejudice, anxiety, depression, body dysmorphia, eating disorders, burnout, and so much more – that many equestrians face in their lifetime. These topics are just the tip of the iceberg.

I am an advocate for the mental health, emotional wellness, diversity, and inclusivity for equestrians. I strive to inspire and infused positivity into this industry, by sharing my own journey, and the experiences of my blog guests.

I feel it is VITAL for all equestrians, to find others that they can connect and relate with. So, by sharing my own experiences, and the experiences of others on my blog, I hope to inspire and motivate my community. Every little horse girl, adult ammy, horse mom, parent, and even the pros, need to know that they are not alone in their feelings, and struggles.