With the poles all painted over the summer holidays we decided it was time for a show. We held a clear round jumping 'teaching show'. This allowed riders to have instruction over the fences whilst jumping. There were several different heights for the ponies from didi to large. Everyone had a great time but they are still keen to have a go next time!
On saturday morning Rosa joined in with the saturday morning for the first time. She was led out with the ride between Belle and Ted and immediately fitted in so was very happy. She was not bothered by any of the traffic.
On the naughty bench!
All of us
The end of the Sofa!!!!!
Rosa is getting much more settled with her new friends. Today she went out with Bertie who is much older than her and so would not chase her round. He was very happy to have her for company and was very interested in following her round- but only at his own pace! She was much happier with Bertie as the day before she had been out on her own but could not settle as was too excited.
Rosa having a run round the field.
Today Rosa came to join her mum at the stables. Rosa is Maisey's foal and will be two this summer. She was excited to get here and was pleased to see the other horses. They were all in as the weather was poor so there was no real chance to see the other horses but she did meet her mum. Rosa seemed to recognise her mum or at least was pleased to see her. Maisey wasn't too impressed and pulled faces at first but showed more interest after having a good look at her. Rosa was happy pulling faces at her next door neighbour mini but Maisey ignored them both and was much more interested in her new likkit.
This is a photo of Rosa at her previous home when she was much younger with her mum in the background.
Maisey and Rosa take a first look at each other... its been a long time!!
Rosa is there to meet everyone as they come home from school!
I am the Chair of the Committee that runs Summerfield Stables. I like helping out with the horses as much as I can but I find it hard to find the time.
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