The pace is beginning to pick up, plans are being made, horses going well and looking great. Starting to head off out with the horses, show jumping, dressage tests and fab lessons with Dan Greenwood Dressage and Warren Lamperd –feeling positive but lots to work on. Very excited about the forth coming eventing season – My Man Mickie heading towards Gatcombe Novice at the end of March.
Saracen Horse Feeds
I have just received two parcels from Saracen Horse Feeds full of goodies such as branded items such as a jacket, numnahs, a beautiful rug and gillet, I'm going to look very smart out eventing this season! Saracen Horse Feed are a vital element in the preparation and on going management of all my horses, they not only look fabulous but the feed ensures they are able to perform to the best of their ability. I'm thinking maybe I should be eating Saracen feed as well!
Thank you Saracen
6.45am and minus 3 degrees as I arrived at the yard - everything frozen solid, yard covered in ice, horse walker, outdoor school and hose pipes frozen. All plans of riding out of the window, so just the right sort of day to tackle a job I have been putting off for far too long - mucking out the tack room! Well for things to become clearer you need to make a mess and we certainly did – 3 ½ hours later we had gone where no man had gone for many years in to the depths of the tack room and removed a huge pile of rubbish . Now to start reorganising.....Broken ‘wheelbarrows’ with flat tyres are next on my ‘to do’ list and very soon will be heading off towards the big stable yard in the sky!
International Eventing Forum and the Pony Club Coaching Conference
Spent a very enjoyable and informative day at Hartpury College attending the International Eventing Forum, great speakers and came away with so many new ideas and tips to try.
Heading off to The Pony Club Coaching conference later this month – should be interesting.Winter is nearly behind us lots to look forward to – Good luck everyone