My last Inclusive Riding Session at Scropton

Hello! So, I have entered the last semester of my course, which means it’s MA Dissertation time! Many things end with the end of the spring semester at university and one of them was the equine therapy sessions organized by

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Documentary: Power In The Blood – The Story of The Irish Thoroughbred

I watched tonight an interesting documentary on the most popular breed for racing, the Irish thoroughbred. The documentary looks into the multi-million racing industry, gives us a glimpse of how hefty the price of a racehorse can be and makes sure

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Improving!

 Hello! I would like to speak tonight about the lesson I had with the uni at Trent Valley. It was a perfect day for riding in Britain: not too cold, not too warm. At 11:00, two cars full of girls

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Riding frustration

  My holidays in Crete are almost over, the pressure is at its high for chores that have to be done before I return to England, and my riding adventures have been a small catastrophe, with a lot of frustration from

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Making music for dressage

Who follows this blog for some months now has probably concluded that I am quite interested in dressage. It’s the harmony, the elegance and the need for balance and precision that makes it appear so charming to me. Today I

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