I might have been a bit distracted by Lucy the Lanceer Newfoundland
There's nothing quite like the love between a young girl and her pony. Today R was trying out my little pony saddle in advance of a visit by the saddler next week. When you're only little you don't need to be swimming about on a saddle that is too big.
"I am very pleased with Dylan, he just goes from strength to strength every week...Many thanks again for a great day." DBTwo photos of equine clients past have arrived today...
This is Bryn, an Exmoor pony that I halter trained quite a few years ago. He had a white star and was spotted by his owner Diana out on Exmoor. Fortunately she bought him as his future would have beeb very uncertain given that he wasn;t eligible for registration as a pure bred Exmoor pony.
And this is Tatonka a horse I did groundwork with in Kenya last year. His ridden training was carried out by Monica Campori and here he is back with his owner at a Lucinda Green clinic. Doesn't he look great in his very simple tack?
Dina has been caught every single day since I worked with her last Saturday - long may it continue!