1. Move up to Novice dressage
2. Get Milly jumping
3. Get my confidence hacking Milly and take her on a fun ride
4. Take Milly to a showing competition
5. Make the riding club area dressage team
6. Possibly affiliate by the end of 2010
7. Carry on to make sure Bean, Gali and Bella are healthy and well cared for
1. Keep Kiwi and Abbey happy and healthy
2. Work towards doing some stressage with Kiwi.
3. Get Kiwi out as much as poss to SJ and XC
4. Do some Interdressage tests with Abbey
5. Get Abbey out even if just to local RS for a lesson.
Nothing exciting really. All depends on the transport situation
"Horses - be to their virtues ever kind, and to their faults a little blind"
1. Continue to enjoy my boy for as long as he stays sound (fingers are crossed)
2. Get more lessons and improve my riding
3. Lose lots of weight to be able to improve my riding.
4. Do lots more hacking, possibly find a hacking buddy, I hate going alone.
5. Try to get out to some more dressage comps with Timmy.
1. Get Bailey to hack out on his own coz he's not having any of it at the moment!
2. Start jumping, I've popped him over a couple of little ones before and he loves it so I'm going to try to get brave and do more with him!
3. Enter the yard's own little show
4. Have more lessons and try to get him going nicely with a view to one day maybe doing dressage, I think he's got it in him somewhere!
Uva is my main aim this year I want to:
Get her out showing locally would be my first aim!
Would also like to be able to get her schooling to a good level (pref before the show season!)
And get her to a stage where I can pop a few jumps with complete control, and perhaps enter a clear round.
Id also love to do Postling (local sponsered ride in sept) and ride on the beach
With the others id like to get Salsa backed and mum riding her. Lola brought on to good hacking level
My main aim is to own Uva by the end of the year! If nothing else comes to plan I would be happy with just this!!
1. Get fit and get my schooling levels back to what they were last summer
2. Start working on lateral work in lessons
3. Improve my riding experience by learning to ride other types of horses
4. Compete and do well in Dressage next summer at the new showground
5. Have a bash at a clear round class without falling off or embarrassing myself!