Sometimes they just let you down and sometimes they are just super stars! 7 minutes in the whole of January that was all he really had to behave for...7 minutes...sadly Leo picked those 7 minutes to show everyone his moves none of which were in the test sheet!
The training at Carls was really good as always and I came away with lots to work on. Harry (Potters half brother..Magic Heidehofs Dylano) has only been off the yard once before so he was in for a real education.
Well a lot has changed since my last blog. Pooh has had a well earned rest after her incredible season last year, but is now back in work and looking and feeling fabulous thank to her Dengie diet.
Earlier in the year, three lucky Horse&Rider readers won a 12-month training bursary from Dengie. As part of their prize, they won lessons with Dengie ambassadors, Hannah Esberger-Hancock and Lucy Jackson.
Are these the top 3 things on your horsey wish list? A healthy horse, a great top line and a pleasure to ride? If so, now’s the time to put more Dengie Alfa-A Original in your horse’s bucket.
We've begun 2018 at max capacity! Hugely exciting times as our new yard and the business are thankfully seemingly going from strength to strength.
We had a trip to South Africa over Christmas so it was a case of sunbathing and searching for different animals on safari...a very different way to spend Christmas but it was fab!
2018 is certainly going to be a great adventure, and hopefully a really enjoyable one. I am slightly apprehensive about the prospect of looking after two small children, let alone trying to event with them, but I am confident that Team Supercobs will make it work!
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year. Arlo certainly did! He loved his Christmas presents which included a ‘roast dinner’ i.e. all the fruit and veg I can find in the house mixed in with his usual Dengie meal.
Well it's been really busy in December for Leo and I. As you know we decided Leo was ready for his first competitive run through, post his operation and rehab, of the PFEI team test.
The British Dressage Pony Prime and Progress Training Sessions at Olney Equestrian Centre took place on a chilly and damp weekend prior to Christmas.