E is for…

Eventing – of course! That’s what we’re here for… and Eventually writing up my blog post! I really will try harder to get the posts up sooner, but at the moment work and life take up the non-Eventing time and I forget. This is really a late reflection on our experience at Munstead on SaturdayContinue reading “E is for…”

Nearly there!

Since my last post Max and I have been cracking on with our training, working out issues and trying to cement a partnership. We’ve had success in clear round showjumping competitions at Runningwell EC (pictured) and have been out cross country schooling and jumping at home. All of these activities have shown how encouraging andContinue reading “Nearly there!”

Today and tomorrow

Today Max is 17 – he’s officially been 17 since January 1, but today is his actual birthday. As we’re on an alternate-days pattern at the yard I won’t see him until tomorrow, but he won’t be terribly worried about that; extra carrots for breakfast are good – who cares who put them in yourContinue reading “Today and tomorrow”

Lockdown life – how are you coping?

Almost everything you read at the moment begins ‘in these unprecedented times…’ and they certainly are; everyone can remember a time when they couldn’t do what everyone was else was doing: FOMO (or Fear Of Missing Out) is what drives a lot of advertising now. In these unpr- frankly odd times, we’re all missing out:Continue reading “Lockdown life – how are you coping?”

An organist goes eventing

My day job is a good one and creative: I’m Organist and Master of the Choristers at Chelmsford’s Anglican Cathedral, meaning that I have overall responsibility for the music at services and concerts, and I direct the Cathedral Choir, a group of boys and adults that sing five times a week in central Chelmsford. ThisContinue reading “An organist goes eventing”