Anyone who knows me will know I don't really like New Year, I just don't get it! However, I couldn't not reflect on the past year and how much progress me and Fred have made. Now don't get me wrong it has not been without its ups and downs and the beginning of 2019 started… Continue reading 2019 reflections and looking forward to 2020
The first time the word bitless was mentioned to me I must admit I laughed, I mean surely having no bit would mean no brakes, right? Wrong, this is a common misconception by most in relation to bitless. Before going further, this is not an I hate bits post but about how bitless can have… Continue reading Bitless, treeless and barefoot!
Saturday I attended one of the UK's largest and well-known horse trials at Burghley house. The event is open from Wednesday to Sunday with plenty of shopping, young horse events and 3 days of 5-star eventing with dressage, cross country and show jumping having designated days. Saturday was cross-country day which is why we chose… Continue reading Burghley Horse Trials
During June I ran a couple of polls on social media to find out about the confidence of riding after having children and becoming a mother. As parents, we can put a lot of pressure on ourselves to do our best and try to be a model parent and this also extends to activities outside… Continue reading Confidence after babies
During May, me and my daughters went to the Dodson & Horrell horse trials in the beautiful grounds of Chatsworth house. This is my second year of attending and this time we went for the final day which included the event rider masters CIC 4*-S4 Cross Country. We began in the village browsing the variety… Continue reading Chatsworth horse trials
Every one of us goes to our riding lessons in order to get better at the sport we love. We go to our riding lessons because we enjoy them. They're time away from being a mama. They're time just for us. But, even though we know they're fun, and we have fun while we're participating… Continue reading 12 Ways to be a Good Horse Riding Student
After my daughter was born I felt like a huge part of me was missing. I really struggled with letting go of who I used to be and embracing my new role as my tiny humans live in slave. I was simultaneously celebrating my new role as a mum, and grieving the loss of who… Continue reading Horse Riding After Babies: What No-one Tells You