In july B and me did a course of trec trainning and here we are putting it into practice at home! (I was ment to be doing a comp the weekend on the 19th but B's not been well and is still not 100% so I'm not going anymore.)
S bend (or z bend as we set it up back to front!)
look at the hind leg!
trotting through the narrow ally (cant remember the official name of this obstical)
and attempting slow canter!
bending in trot
pretty man working hard!
appauling jump position from me!! (I'm getting regular lessons from my yo since seeing this pic!!)
and check out that canter!!
now some randoms from the field
B and his wife!
phew!! Think thats the longest photo post I've done in a while!! Well done if you made it to the end without falling asleep from boredom!
Emm - not sure really. He was totally off colour of saturday. Standing at the back of his stable, nise on the ground and seemed to be balancing himself using the back wall. Didnt want to eat anything. He didnt change much over night but by 5am had done a poo. (YO checked him at 12am and 5am, and I did 7pm, 9pm and 7am) when I did the 7am check he'd eaten the little bit of dinner I'd given him the night before and was much perkier. He's still not quite right though but did 4 poos over night last night so I was very happy this morning. Hopefully it was just a touch of colic and thats it through his system now. Poor mite is looking rather skinny as I'm not giving him much in the way of feed till it all settles!
smile and wave - yes, we did low hanging branches at the trainning. They wouldnt go low enough for us but we cantered under at the height for a 14.2hh (he's 13.2hh)
“You and I will meet again, When we're least expecting it, One day in some far off place, I will recognize your face, I won't say goodbye my friend, For you and I will meet again” - My Annie