Billy has gone to his lovely new home and we wish Tracy the best of luck with him. I had a lovely text from Archie's owner Stephanie, she loves him to pieces and they are getting on great and she says she has compliments on him wherever they go, which is so nice to hear and really made my day.
Max is going really well and went to his first cross country schooling at Field Farm in Wymeswold which is a great schooling course, he was a star and jumped everything asked of him, I am sure he has been on this world before as just takes everything in his stride.
The two new Irish girls are going really well, both have had their teeth and backs checked which is something I always like to do when a new horse arrives then at least you know you are starting with a clean bill of health, as I suspected Rogeys teeth were sharp but with our dentist Dean Andrews doing his usual brilliant work she is like riding a different horse now, Lucy is still going really well can't wait to do more with them but I definitely think that they are worth all the time they need.
We have been to Markfield Equestrian Centre for the first time this winter, George jumped a foot perfect double clear to win the unaffiliated, we have registered him but are waiting to here back if he had any winnings in Belgium before we can start competing, Tex jumped really well and would have pipped George to the post if we hadn't had down the last fence in the jump off. We have registered Darcy this winter and she has such a great jump we thought we could have some fun as well as her being Mums hunter, I rode her yesterday for the first time in a few months, she was a really good girl just a bit green and had one down int he British Novice but I am sure the more she goes out and the better we get to know each other we will have lots of fun and hopefully win some pocket money.