Saturday, June 27, 2009

Well I hope you have all read the Journal newspaper today!! Peggy has made another appearance, this time on Fern's back.She really is loving all this attention.Going to Etal dressage tomorrow , entered Snap but he had a tooth out on Wed so thought it wouldn't be fair to take him, so I am taking Mr Ed instead.

Friday, June 19, 2009

Had the day off last weekend and went to Bramham with "the girls" I left Sallyanne cooking breakfast as we wanted an early start.It took two hours to get there and then forty ninutes in the queue!Good shopping at this event and lots to see.We watched a Show jumping class as well as the big screen x country.
The Percy games team had another fantastic result and won by 23 points! it was a friendly rather than a competition,but they seem to be quite competitive.Not long till the zones where hopefully they will qualify for HOYS
Moscow went to his new home this week, and we had some new ponies arrive.
Paula has taken a liking to our black and white 14.2, he thinks he's been here before though he is only six.
Claire got the job of trying out the new 12.2 (she's nice and light)and she seems to be very well behaved.
Had a lovely meal with some friends a few weeks ago at The Coach at Lesbury.We then went for a walk through the village and took some pics!!
Went to see Snap last night Sarah gave him a school around Wooperton he went really well and doesn't seem to spook at anything.
Whoops!! I seem to have put two photos on and I'm not clever enough to take one off.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

What an exciting day we've had. I had the BBC on the phone this morning and did an interview with Jonathan Miles about Peggy, the now very famous one legged hen!!!As some of you remember she was attacked by Mr Fox and he enjoyed a drumstick before we were able to rescue Peggy.She spent a few weeks in "hentensive care" and now is enjoying the limelight.Back with her friends and even laying again. Isn't it nice to have a happy ending for a change!

Monday, June 8, 2009

Currently for sale are some of the riding school horses.We are having a quiet season so far and I have decided to reduce some numbers.
Grey gelding 7 yrs has been here in the school for 2 years. Very safe and sensible and has a fantastic jump. He has done percy hunt rides and competed at local hunter trials.He is aprox 15.1hh

Also for sale is 14.2hh liver chestnut mare 12 years very safe and sensible with a great jump. competed x country and done some charity rides.Her photo is at the side titled lyndsay and belle.She is showing how well she can jump!!