Equine

  • EQUINE- YOUNG RIDER'S BLOG JULY 2018

    31 Aug 2018

    ROSA ONSLOW FROM HAWICK- SOUTH OF SCOTLAND WINNER July has been a very busy month for me eventing wise. I competed at Barbury International 3* with both horses. It was amazing to compete somewhere with such a huge atmosphere. Diamond Sundance did a brilliant sj round and started great xc, however annoyingly he was very strong and so I made the decision to retire him and save him for another...

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  • EQUINE- YOUNG RIDER'S BLOG JUNE 2018

    3 Jul 2018

    ROSA ONSLOW FROM HAWICK- SOUTH OF SCOTLAND WINNER June has been slightly less busy for me as I have only had one event. But after the horse’s week off following Houghton, I have been training hard in preparation for Barbury 3* (I am leaving in a couple of days for). I had a couple of days training with the brilliant HorseScotland performance squad trainers which was seriously beneficial as a...

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  • EQUINE- Young Rider's Blogs May 2018

    19 Jun 2018

    MAY 2018 BLOG SOUTH WINNER: ROSA ONSLOW, 19 FROM HAWICK     It’s been a very busy May for me with the horses. It started with Floors CIC2* with both Diamond Sundance and RLE Limbo Kaiser. They both did lovely dressage tests and jumped beautifully show jumping. Another clear SJ on diamond Sundance (Sunny) and just a very annoying rider error pole on Kaiser. Kaiser then flew round the cros...

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  • EQUINE- Young Riders Blog April 2018

    4 Jun 2018

    APRIL BLOG SOUTH WINNER: ROSA ONSLOW, 19 FROM HAWICK I have had a very busy April with the horses as I have finally got eventing! I started with Kelsall Hill Open Intermediate with both RLE Limbo Kaiser and Diamond Sundance. They both were very over enthusiastic to be back out again but produced decent dressage marks of 32 and 33. Kaiser then had a rusty rider pole but beautiful clear stead...

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  • EQUINE - Spring is sprung - a cautionary tale Mar 2018

    1 Mar 2018

    What a winter!  It seems to have been never ending this year with very little respite from the cold. As a consequence, the grass has actually stopped growing this winter; it certainly has up here in the frozen North.  As I write this, we are in mid-March and I can’t think of the last time that I saw such poor looking grass swards at this time of year. I really feel for all those farmers who are...

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