I am learning everyday to allow the space between where I am and where I want to be inspire me and not terrify me. So I’m going to stop being scared that I might not be a good enough rider and focus on making sure I become a good enough rider.
With temperatures forecast to be below zero and snow fall for areas of the country, ensuring your horse or pony is kept warm and going about your normal routine can be a challenge.
So, seeing as Maisies ponies have had a quiet month or so over Xmas and into the new year, I thought I (Maisie’s Mum) would have a go at this blogging thing!
The last few weeks of 2018 were lovely and calm for us, as we enjoyed the festive season. We have been spending much of the last few months training, and had a fantastic lesson on lateral work, which gave us a great confidence boost.
Providing fibre in a form that horses and ponies can manage to chew it ensures that they are still receiving all the vital nutrients to keep them healthy. Pelleted fibres that are fed soaked are particularly beneficial for veteran horses, aiding hydration in the performance horse and during winter months.
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.
2018 was a mixed year for Tanya Buckingham with some good results, but also a tragedy when she lost her horse Skip whilst training at home. Find our what her goals are for 2019.
We are very excited to be heading into the 2019 with lots of big plans. We will be expanding our premises as well as welcoming new arrivals, so excited to keep you updated.
Dental issues aren’t just a problem for the older horse, they can also affect the ridden horse, from the riding club horse through to the performance horse.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a sales professional to work within the Dengie Sales Team in the South East of England.
As winter approaches and turnout time is limited, horses and ponies may spend more time stabled. Keeping them occupied can be a worry for many horse owners and providing snack balls can be a great way to help reduce boredom and provide a more natural ‘trickle’ feeding rate.