There’s lots of climbs here to do – I haven’t even ticked 10% yet, and it is a sheltered venue for when it isn’t great weather-wise. We warm up on a long but somewhat disjointed (and rope draggy) … 127 more words
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Well, I admit it, I got a bit obsessed. With a Hoffmann kiln out of all things. For those of you not familiar with it, it’s a special kind of kiln (a type of “oven” that produces very high temperatures) that was used for the production of bricks or, in this case, for lime-burning. 602 more words
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I hope everyone will enjoy following me on my journey trying to get to the top level of eventing!
After a very difficult season last year, which began with a lovely sunny March then continued with rain, rain… and more rain; Donovan injuring his tendon in early May and then after only managing to get to our 5th event with Ali (rain) I got a tad over excited about how fantastically she had gone cross country at Llanymynech in September that we went a rather spectacular “SPLAT” at the last fence and I broke my collar bone and that was it for the 2012 season…. 141 more words