Monthly Archives: October 2012

Excitement, Chaos and a Lot of Flying Wood

The title can mean only one thing. Schooling. We love schooling, there is nothing like taking a three year old for the first time to look at a pole and then gradually make them jump it as the session goes … Continue reading

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Results And News

Our excursion to Plumpton can be judged as a pretty successful trip, both horses were placed on their first runs of the season and after a considerable amount of time off the racecourse. Ballyman placed third in the 14.40 at … Continue reading

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Vets and farriers

Very important – vets and farriers – to any yard. It is really all about finding one you like ( and who likes you too….). It is so much easier if you believe every word they say and follow their … Continue reading

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A busy day!

I was a bit disappointed with Shot In The Dark’s first run for the yard at Salisbury yesterday but Liam Keniry (who had ridden him in all his races) felt that he needed the race and needs more than a … Continue reading

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