Olivia visits Lordy in Germany to see how his training with Warwick McLean is progressing and to also spend time with him before they bring him home to England.
Olivia Whitelaw's dream of competing at the 2028 LA Olympics lives on as she welcomes Lordswood Sir Victorious to her stables and prepares to complete a Diploma in Sporting Excellence at Hartpury College.
Olivia Whitelaw and Leo head to Exloo for their first International together then compete at Hickstead CDIP representing Team GB.
Sometimes all is not quite as it seems...So Leo has been training hard all winter, but Jan 1st has come along which can only mean one thing ... our new PFEI season has started.
I can’t quite believe how quickly the weeks are blurring and flying by - so much to tell you all and to look forward to.
We have been doing lots of training and had a quick trip over to Sheepgate Premier League for the day. It was well worth the early start!
Leo and I are just back from a simply brilliant Somerford Premier League. It's a huge show with brilliant facilities, but with a massive atmosphere, so I have to be honest we went not really knowing how Leo would handle it all.
Sorry to have been so quiet lately, but I have been studying hard for my first GCSE, so I'm trying to balance schoolwork and riding. To bring you up to date, Keysoe CDI was a truly amazing experience and one which Leo found very exciting.
Sometimes horses 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!
Well Leo and I have been busy training over the last month, he's now back in full work and is both feeling and looking fabulous.
Leo’s return to work is going really well, he’s trying very hard and is looking better than ever. We have followed the ‘back into work' plan laid down by Newmarket carefully, and as such he has been slowly building up his trot work.