Originally for this month's dressage competition I had decided to sew the plaits in but did I remember to buy the stuff I need beforehand? No. At least I did remember to plait up the night before so it would be easier to just roll them up in the morning. We arrived bright and early … Continue reading March Dressage ’18
Our highest course to date and what we have planned for March... if this snow clears!
Arena Eventing - Competitors first complete a round of show jumps immediately followed by a cross country course, finishing over a joker fence set at 10cms higher than the rest of the course. As I do eventually want to compete in eventing as soon as I saw that this event was being held at the … Continue reading Our First Arena Event
At the start of October I am planning on entering a dressage competition the classes I will be entering will be the unaffiliated prelim classes. This means I have two tests to learn. One test on the 20x40m arena and another on the 20x60m arena, its been a while since I have done two tests … Continue reading Learning Dressage Tests
Ok before I start I did a thing... I made a vlog! I have written up my Blair experience below but at the very bottom I have made a small video so I hope you guys like it and if you do then I will think about making some more 🙂 Enjoy! Having been to … Continue reading Blair Atholl Horse Trials 2017
With Blair at the end of this week I need to get packing. So once you have your shopping list sorted as we all love a good splurge but lets be honest when can we ever afford to buy everything we really want? So have a think and then you can keep your eyes peeled … Continue reading The Equestrian Bank Account – Camping at Shows
Eva is a mare that will very dramatically make her opinion known on anything that intrudes on her life. Therefore when around 150 temporary stables were erected in what is normally a empty field and almost the same amount in lorries arriving in that same field, Eva had quite a lot to be upset about. … Continue reading Mass Arrival