Here are some pics from the agility taster session at Rhos farm. Looks like fun!
We have a clinic, (and maybe can add on a little fun comp after) on Sunday 13th October at Rhos.
Please contact Elspeth if you are interested
The cold conditions stopped play on the original date between Christmas and New Year, but we managed to hold the Christmas Crackers show on the 7th January at Rhôs. Again, it was a cold day but at least the sun was out! Great fun was had by all. We started with a fancy-dress parade – Ali and Kat had sensibly opted for large warm handmade noses -a site to behold but everyone wished they had them by the end.
Then we did some fun games including eat the dry cracker, find the sweet in the icing sugar (no hands allowed), polo bending relay race, mug race, and sock in the bucket. This was followed by fastest walk and trot jumping, run and ride and finally a speed pairs competition. All the horses loved it- Jack thought it was so much fun he bucked back down the arena every time, Trilby at 28 forgot his brakes and Roland got over his initial nerves to brave all the fun and games. Kat and Ali came joint first for their fancy dress -well they were identical! The teams (Kat, Ali, and Helen vs Meg, Paula, and Jane ended up on equal points so everyone was happy. The morning was finished off with hot mulled wine, mince pies and stollen. Well it was still nearly Christmas!! Many thanks to all who came and especially to Pete Stephens for helping me set things out, hold horses and lug show jumps.
The Summer dressage league got successfully underway on 27th April at Rhôs Farm Equestrian, Sarnau.
Despite the promise of a warm spring evening, there was a nip in the wind so, supplies of Pimm’s and hot chocolate were bought to keep us all cheery from Intro A to Novice 28.
Carol, our judge for the evening, had Anne’s triple chocolate biscuits to keep her sweet and she was not disappointed as our riders and their horses paced confidently around the arena, showing off not only their skill and accuracy, but also our club’s diversity. Stout, native bred, to highly strung, exotic horses, Vyrnwy Valley is home to all!
Winners on the night and topping our leader board are: Jacky, Vicki, Anne and Sally, Well done!
Big thanks to our helpers on the night: Julie, Wendy, Jacky, Anne and Sally.
Looking forward to seeing you all at our next one, get those dates in your diaries! Paula
Entries will be via Horse Monkey again and we’ll have the tests for the next competition up soon. If you would like to help out please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org