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Diary (September 2011)

Horses

After a busy summer, Autumn is pretty much upon us - and its only September!! The horses are being prepared gradually for their change of routine from being busy with clients, living out, flies, lots of grass - to a more restful time, rain, winter coats, and for some, nights in a cosy stable!

The human team

Sheila has been treating herself & Tesoro to some training with the Classical trainer, Danny Pevsner. The yard, as a whole, enjoys on a monthly basis an excellent day's coaching from Sue Adams; and we recently have had Russell Guire of Centaur Biomechanics, to help all concerned with improving theirs and their horse's performance.

The Farm

The vibrant colours of the farm are gradually turning into subtle yellow and orange hues. As I type we are awaiting the tail end of Hurricane Katia (???).

We look forward to welcoming you to Gilfach soon - if we survive the above!

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

An Autumn morning

An Autumn morning

Serenity (Bunny) proving to Hugh that close-up with a Wide Angle lens isn't good

Serenity (Bunny) proving to Hugh that close-up with a Wide Angle lens isn't good

Oscar - and his new party trick

Oscar - and his new party trick

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