Spring is officially here and having some bright, fun & colourful poles around the arena was a must for everyone in the yard this year. Not only to help with schooling, but to give the horses something new to look at & get used to.
To get back into the swing of things I decided to start with something relatively easy. Although I know a few of you looking at the layout probably think this is a bit too easy but keep reading because this one has a twist.
After owning my last set of reins for well over two years and using them right to their death, I finally made the decision to purchase a new pair. It wasn't until I started looking when I realised how fussy I actually was when it came to reins...
Well, it seems as if it has been months since I have done any Dante updates. I have successfully been doing my weekly lessons with my trainer Jer over the last few weeks, and the difference in Dante has been huge. Dante is ridden 5 times a week, jumped once or twice, 3 days of… Continue reading Dante’s Training Schedule – What We’re Working On
This week or should I say the last two weeks with Dante I have been working on a lot of straightness training. I thought who best to share this exercise with than with you all. It is extremely easy to set up, and once you get it right it is so rewarding!
Well here I am, once again feeling like I'm starting from scratch all over again. Except this time it's a little different...
We are delighted to welcome back our "Grill The Equestrian Series" for 2019! What better way to open the series other than with the lady of the moment Sarah Ennis. Her name is popping up everywhere & we could not resist getting our hands on her for a good Grilling!! She is really setting the… Continue reading Grill The Equestrian – Sarah Ennis, International Irish Eventer