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Muddy Matches is one of the leading horse lovers dating sites in the UK and Ireland and you can register for free today and start meeting other people who love horse riding as much as you. Since our launch intens of thousands of single horse lovers have ed in search of like-minded horse-loving singles who understand the horsey way of life and we have now firmly established ourselves as the horse dating website of online dating for horse lovers and have played equestrian cupid to countless couples.
Why not register for free on Muddy Matches and start searching for single horse lovers today? As well as internet dating for horse lovers, the team at Muddy Matches also organise a large of equestrian social events aimed at single horse lovers. Ranging from regular days at the races to riding weekends and a big national ball, our events attract a large of horse-loving singles of all ages.
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Love our horse dating events! Four top tips for dating a horse lover It's helpful if you own a 4x4 and accept the fact that it's going to get covered in hayseeds, muddy dog prints and sweaty numnas.
You need to be good at mucking out and mucking in. You will need to be good at keeping yourself entertained while your loved one is out "doing the horse".
Remember, weekend mornings are horse time. Actually, so is any other free time!