Gilfach Farm Livery and Holiday Cottage
 
 

Diary (Beginning of 2011)

Happy New Year to all our previous, present and future guests and clients 

 

A painstakingly put-together pictorial review of 2010 for you ...

 

We do hope to see you in 2011.

 

 

 

Weekly Lesson Availability Update 

As of 6th January 2011


We have been working hard to ensure that all of our horses are being brought back into work with intelligence and appropriate equine sensitivity.  All, bar Timber and Molly are "up to speed" enough for the light lesson work load that we demand of our horses for now.  Lessons are available as per usual hours.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This page last updated by Sheila Macmillan on Friday, January 25, 2013

The beautiful new roof of the cottage and new staff bed-sits

The beautiful new roof of the cottage and new staff bed-sits

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Our "foundation mare" Simmi. A sad loss for us in 2010

Ico - doing us proud with his first (and only) time out at a comp and getting a big RED one!

Ico - doing us proud with his first (and only) time out at a comp and getting a big RED one!

Another loss - Romeo who came to us as a remedial horse, gave us his best, but the pain was too much -  a good lesson in listening to your horse..

Another loss - Romeo who came to us as a remedial horse, gave us his best, but the pain was too much - a good lesson in listening to your horse..

Firefly - an newbie to Gilfach for 2010, in foal to Limonero

Firefly - an newbie to Gilfach for 2010, in foal to Limonero

Another sad loss for us in 2010 - Mouse

Another sad loss for us in 2010 - Mouse

One of quite a few fantastic Work Experience students in 2010

One of quite a few fantastic Work Experience students in 2010

 Jasmine the cat and Rufus the naughty Clumber - their time to leave us came this year

Jasmine the cat and Rufus the naughty Clumber - their time to leave us came this year

Our new cat - we call her Cat!

Our new cat - we call her Cat!

The now infamous larry (courtesy of FaceBook) enjoying Xmas Day

The now infamous larry (courtesy of FaceBook) enjoying Xmas Day

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