So it's been a fairly eventful few months since we last checked in, I've had a baby girl "Evie", and we've moved yards from Banbury to Cheltenham! Despite these changes our horses have remained largely in their normal work routines.
Latest chat in the yard
Sometimes life throws challenges your way that are tough to deal with in the moment, but in time and with hindsight you begin to see the positives.
So I have now finished Uni!!! Yay, I got a 2:1 so I'm pretty happy! However, I am currently sitting on the sofa for the third day now as I had my tonsils removed.
So my 14th birthday was made extra special as on the day I heard that the GB Pony Squad selectors had selected Albi and I to compete at the CDI Deipenbeek in Belgium in early July!
It's been a rather hectic few weeks with loads of teaching, competing and visits from physio's, saddle fitters, blacksmiths and the vets to do dental work and routine vaccinations! But we have been able to fit various different events inbetween.
What a few days - we had a fantastic result with Isa at the weekend, however both Lenny and Iggy are out of the game currently.
Having not jumped Fergus since the Club Show, I thought it was about time we went out to play; it turns out going Clear Round jumping is cheaper than hiring an arena of jumps for an hour, so off we toddled to the North Herts Equestrian Centre!