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Showing Blog: Dark nights, snow and show debuts

Published on 28/03/2018

  • Showing Blog: Dark nights, snow and show debuts

We usually spend this month doing the final preparations ready for the show season.  However this year we have spent more time clearing up snow and defrosting water troughs.  Nonetheless we powered through and continued to exercise the horses in between snow flurries. 

Balmoral Buckler dressage training

Balmoral Buckler (Buckley) pictured during an evening session is currently in training towards the National Pony Society Dressage Championships held next month.  Look forward to wearing the very smart Griffin Nuumed SP20 HiWither half lined saddlepad with collars in the dressage arena. 

After what seemed to be endless the snow and freezing temperatures finally subsided just in time for Bybeck Nightingale owned by HM The Queen to make her in hand debut at NPS Area 13.  She behaved impeccably and went on to win her class.  Following the success of Florence’s first show we headed to Ponies UK Spring Classic for her first ridden class.  Although the young mare was a little green in her outlook she was very mannerly and received some lovely comments from the judges.  Wearing the Griffin NuuMed NM12 Acrylic Numnah this nummah fits perfectly with her show saddle and provides plenty of support to protect her back.  Looking forward to watching this mare mature and develop over the coming season. 

Bybeck Nightingale at her first showPhoto Credit: Equinational Photography

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