Autumn British Dressage East Camp

First time at British Dressage Eastern senior camp today, which I really enjoyed.

First off I attended a lecture on bitting from Neue Schule which was very interesting and thought-provoking.

Then we had a 45-minute lesson with Hayley working through the movements in the Grade 2 Individuals test. This included leg yielding in walk and medium trot.

A girl riding a brown horse in a manage

After our lesson, we got the opportunity to have the Grade 2 Individuals Test judged by a listed judge. Apart from going wrong even though the test was being read, it went very well!

My article with the MS Society UK

I was very lucky to be asked this week to write about my story so far for the MS Society. I love that I got the opportunity to talk about how MS is not holding me back from my dreams!

https://www.mssociety.org.uk/care-and-support/online-community/community-blog/ms-para-dressage-and-me?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=organic_post&utm_content=para_dressage_blog_fb&utm_campaign=2019M7202_0991&fbclid=IwAR3LGl8JtmD6l8Zi9FlkevyrKS2BzA0oN20tkOTeoU476grsd6xdYLx_Yx4

Para Equestrian British Dressage Grade 2 Test 10 Bury Farm 6 August 2019

We did it! 69.12% on our first para trip out doing the Intro Test 21! So chuffed. And a super team supporting me – Evie being super groom & plaiting, Sacha Hamilton working us in and keeping us sane!, Auntie Kathy  my moral support and cheerleader (like the old days at pony club!!) and Lenny Rowe our horsey chauffeur. Been nipped by the bug now.