-> Due to the fact the home laptop could end up scrapped/trashed I am preparing to restart my stable. IF I HAVE PURCHASED HORSES FROM YOU OR MARKINGS AND COATS IF YOU STILL HAVE THE FILES PLEASE SEND THEM TO MY EMAIL RIABSWIFT09@GMAIL.COM ASAP!!! THIS IS ONLY A PRECAUTUION TO IF THE LAPTOP ENDS UP JUNKED DUE TO OTHER PROBLEMS. I AM INSTALLING SIMS ON THE HOME DESKTOP TO ATTEMPT IT ON WINDOWS TEN <-<
Oooo another beauty owned by you Luke. Your stable is filled with lovely treasures. I think you must be on some sort of legacy breeding quest here! It's so satisfying to own a horse with a real equus pedigree! How special!
Thank you so much! Indeed, that is what I am on Legacy and pedigree is pretty much my main goal on Equus & Septor above is definitely one of my big first steps. And it certainly feels as though all of my hard work has paid off to own a guy like him
Thanks for the support @Jade-Nguyen it's always nice to hear.
Just another real life update here. Some positive news this time though, I am going to be starting a new job this week. It's my first full time job and managerial position. I am very excited and nervous, but this is an opportunity I couldn't turn down. With that I'm also finishing up my old job and working like crazy. I've also started a new relationship which is taking up most of my time next to my job. I am still on hiatus until I can find a balance. All horses will be actively showing in R shows but I cannot say when my next scrapbook update will be. If I have purchased a horse from you and you have concerns about his/her future, please message me on slack. I'm always by my phone.
The morning of the clinic I was really quite nervous, more nervous than show days in fact. I have no idea why, maybe it was the idea of being scrutinized, humiliated in front of other riders or maybe just because I'd never attended a clinic before so wasn't sure what to expect. Anyway, Ellie travelled well (like usual as she's one of the easier ones of our team!) I tacked up making sure I had the matching saddle cloth and boots that coordinated with my top and helmet (because that's the done thing right?!). One on the nerves kicked in some more, Ellie picked up on this whilst I was fumbling around trying to tighten my girth and started to get a bit fidgety and anxious, this being all new to her too of course! As generally, I train with no one else in the school so apart from warming up at shows this is the only time we have company!
Anyway, overall I really enjoyed the clinic and had nothing to be nervous about as everyone was so nice! I will defiantly be taking home the curved formation of trot poles idea home though as I'd never done this before and was useful for working on shortening strides towards the inside and lengthening them towards the outer of the circle it also helped reduce Ellie rushing through the exercise as she really had to concentrate! Towards the end of the session, we popped a jump too!