About Us


Welcome to Unified Horse. I’m Winnie Mathew, and I’m so glad you’re here.

I’ve always loved horses and riding them, but it wasn’t until recently that I realized how many others are just as passionate about horseback riding as I am.

That’s why I started this blog: to help make horse riding easy for everyone.

Whether you’re a parent looking to start your kids on their journey into the world of horse-riding, or if you have a chronic illness that makes it difficult to get out of bed sometimes, or even if you simply want to learn more about horses this blog is here for all of you.

Here at Unified Horse, we’ll be publishing content related to all aspects of horse riding: from tips on how to find the perfect horse for your family’s needs and personality; to how-to videos on grooming and training your new addition; and everything in between.

We’ll also be sharing stories about our own experiences with horses (and sometimes cats).

So what are you waiting for? Start reading!

Editorial Guidelines

At Unified Horse, we strive to maintain the highest standards of editorial quality and ethical integrity. We follow these guidelines:

  • Accuracy: We verify all information before publishing, to ensure that it is accurate and up-to-date.
  • Objectivity: We present information in a balanced and unbiased manner, without any hidden agendas or biases.
  • Clarity: We use clear, easy-to-understand language, and avoid jargon and technical terms that may confuse our readers.
  • Respect: We treat all our readers, contributors, and subjects with respect and dignity, and avoid any language or behavior that may be offensive or discriminatory.

What Our Readers Say

We value our readers’ feedback and opinions, and we’re always interested in hearing from them. Here are some of the comments we’ve received from our readers:

  • Sarah P: “I love the variety of topics you cover, from horse training to horseback riding techniques. I always learn something new!”
  • John D: “Your blog helped me find the perfect horse for my daughter. Thank you for the valuable advice!”
  • Erik F: “Your stories are so entertaining! I can’t get enough of them.”
  • Samantha K: “As someone who struggles with chronic illness, I appreciate your inclusive approach to horse riding. It’s inspiring to know that I can still enjoy this activity despite my limitations.”
  • Rachel B: “I’ve been following your blog for a while now, and I love how honest and transparent you are about your experiences with horses. Keep up the great work!”