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End of 2015 eventing season... Part 1

30th October 2015
It's October and yet another eventing season has been and gone. I'm going to try and summarise what I've been up to since May when I last blogged. Not sure what happened but as usual I've failed to stick to my commitment of posting regularly.


After three good events we had a summer to forget. Firstly, we went to Tweseldown and had three stops across the country which was very frustrating after 3 nice clears at our preceding events.

A week or so later we headed to Attington, XC schooling to see if it was a rider or horse problem because a sudden change in behaviour was really odd. Well it all fell apart there as he was just awful, refusing to jump lots of things and in the end we called it a day. After a chat with Jenny my trainer (and equine spinal therapist) I decided I had to withdraw from our first Novice at BCA and get the vet out. I was gutted!

Long story short (very short) is that Trad has some ligament damage in one of his coffin joints and is currently resting, mostly in the field with the aim of returning to work in the new year. Aims for next year are to have a fit and sound horse and do some eventing. The details of when and where haven't even entered my head. No point planning until we know how he is in January.

Here's a couple of photos from the events we did compete at…

Larkhill SJ

Hambleden SJ

Next up I blog about my eventing season with the camera…

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