Welcome to DIY Horse Ownership’s new site: www.diyhorseownership.com.
I’ve actually owned this domain name for a long time, but never got around to transferring everything over. This was mostly because I was worried about losing followers. However, the inconveniences of using blogger have been weighing on me more and more and I decided to finally make the switch.
To promote the new site and help transition followers over, I’m running two simultaneous contests. The first contest is really easy. Just complete the rafflecopter below to enter. You’ll need to follow my new blog and comment here letting me know how you follow whether it’s through feedly, bloglovin, wordpress, facebook, or whatever service you use. If you follow and you comment, you get one entry. If you share this contest and link to this post on your own blog, you get 2 extra entries. Winner will be chosen at random through the rafflecopter randomizer. The winner will get a $25 Gift Certificate to Riding Warehouse.
The second contest is a bit more complicated, but the great thing about it is that everyone is a winner. Seriously: if you participate, you win. The challenge is to read and comment on my next 5 blog posts starting with tomorrow’s post. You must comment each day within 24 hours of the post being published (so no waiting until the end and going back and posting on all of them at the same time.) I already have a bunch of great readers and regular commenters so I know I already have a few potential winners. And I’ll be happy to have more. The prize for this contest is your choice of customized item:
I’ll design the stall sign around your horse or you can let me know what colors or pattern you want for the bonnet. To be honest, the treats aren’t customized. But they are, by far, my most popular DIY post, so I’m including them as an option. Honestly, I have so many of these, if you pick the stall sign or bonnet, you’re probably getting some treats too. I will do international shipping if it’s not too complicated. If you live in a country with prohibitive import laws (like Iceland) and/or expensive shipping (like Columbia) sorry. If you live in Canada/Europe, you’re probably safe.
I’m excited to finally be here on my new page with my own domain. I hope everyone continues to read and follow my blog. I’ve very grateful to everyone who has so far.