So a few days I posted a video on Instagram of me making my grand prix horse, Triviant's, mash! A lot of you guys were curious about the recipe and I am more than happy to share with you what my approach is with making his mash and what supplements i choose etc. I hope its helpful and maybe something I give to Trivi is interesting for you and your horses! After all, i'm just trying to spoil my horse and allow him to be as comfortable and healthy as possible.
Some of you may know I affiliate with the percent of kids that like to be called the international school kids! Now if you are in that group that i dont need to explain what the group is and what entitles you to a membership ;)
... but for everyone else its basically kids that grew up in countries other than their native country (normally due to a parents job) and went to a private school that followed a system like for example mine was a British International school meaning we followed the British education system and format as well as had British educated teachers while still incorporating the holidays and culture of the many other nationalities in my school. Yup, that means i can tell you all about Deepavali, Chinese New Year, Ramadan etc. It was a fantastic education system and i have no shame in saying yup. Best. Education. System. Ever.
Anyway... :) I wanted to share with you all a fun article that featured me as a KLASS alumni spotlight! Maybe it will bore you but its fun to learn i guess that back in the day it wasn't all ponies and hours at the stables. That was like 90% :P
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Ellesse Jordan Tzinberg
A look into her daily life and current events of her horses, and her fashion career