Ponydad Thomas Pelle Veng has officially reached the next level of horse ownership — jonesing for barn time when he can’t be there. This Ponydad is missing his pony time since COVID still has gatherings in Denmark limited. (more…)
Ponydad Thomas Pelle Veng takes a moment to reflect on the insanity that is the holidays for all of us — especially equestrians. (more…)
Our very own Ponydad, Thomas Pelle Veng, is still being schooled on a daily basis. Today he discusses the Ponydad School courses as well as his progress.
Thomas Pelle Veng, the ever-supportive ponydad (and ponyhusband!) has a few reminders for all the horse girls and women out there. We may still choose to ignore them, but they may be helpful nonetheless. (more…)
“Whether she chooses to upgrade the pony to a horse, start riding stick-horses on roller skates, or take a year off riding, we support her in the difficult decision. I’m just glad I’m not the one who’s going to make that decision.” (more…)
What good is a smartphone if you can’t use it to stalk — er, keep track of your nano-rider and her friends throughout their competitions?
Ponydad Thomas Pelle Veng discovers the joys of doing barn work after a long night. Laugh along with us as he laughs at himself. (more…)
As most of us can attest, the horse world is full of interesting facts. And those new to the horse world often marvel at this unique trivia. This is no different for Ponydad, who is learning all sorts of things, thanks to the internet. (more…)
The life of a Ponydad is hard. Especially when you have to learn a plethora of new terms relating to anatomy you never thought you’d need to know. Ponydad Thomas Pell Veng discusses his latest foray into the horse world. (more…)
“…after holding my breath for what felt like five minutes, and the rider had regained control of the horse, I came to think of how liberating it was that some of the best equestrians in the world also could have a bad day.” (more…)
“Today I know very well that one bridle and four bandages is not necessarily enough, even though the pony only has one head and four legs.” (more…)
This month, Ponydad Thomas Pelle Veng introduces us to his color index — a helpful tool to determine how much a Ponydad does (or does not!) know about the equestrian world. If you’re a Ponydad, too, where do you fit in? (more…)
“What exactly is a Ponydad? According to my daughter, a Ponydad is a mix of a joke and a rock. A joke because he doesn’t know anything about ponies and sometimes even is afraid of them, and a rock because he always is there for his kid despite all this.” (more…)