Ombu who was two on Monday, loving life and very much loved!
Wednesday, 31 May 2017
Tuesday, 30 May 2017
Kelso Ladies Day
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Saturday, 27 May 2017
Chamfron Colada backed
Three year old Colada has been away with Steven Renton being backed and Gemma went up and had her first sit on her today. Gemma's first ride after being on maternity leave went well and she says Colada has a really lovely trot. Colada is home for a few more weeks hacking them she will be turned away again to finish growing.
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Friday, 26 May 2017
More from the cameras
A good selection of photos on the wildlife cameras including some unlikely couples - Sam Fox and the neighbours cat, Sam Fox and some of Spikey (the hedgehog) and the one that has sadly not made it onto the blog due to blurriness - Squirrel with Ratty hot on it's tail!
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Dog walking on the Moray Firth
Spent the last couple of days visiting my dad up on the Moray Firth, great weather and as always very well fed and watered!
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Thursday, 25 May 2017
Four year olds
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Sunday, 21 May 2017
No stopping her!
Another very successful outing for the 4yo Chamfron Bellini - Natalie says "Love this mare. Qualified for Great Midlands horse show and sunshine tour today. 69.75% in first test and 76.73% in second." Couldn't of asked for a better home for this very smart filly.
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Friday, 19 May 2017
Garden Wildlife Camera
Getting some good shots of the now brilliantly named (can't take any credit for it) Sam Fox, along with the jay, the squirrel and occasionally me (I have spared you the dressing gown and Ugg combo when I am putting out Sam snacks!)
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Monday, 15 May 2017
Chamfron Santiago - 23 months old
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Sunday, 14 May 2017
The hares here are incredible, we've laughed and watched them come up the garden path or hop over the patio. This one was completely unbothered when I came back from the stables even when I rolled down the car window to take a phone photo, thought it was rather artistic with the Black Hill in the wing mirror! I went back down with the real camera and laughed at incognito hare, hmmm one of these lambs is not like the other lambs even if they do all have big ears. It's cover was soon blown. I went back to the original hare and it was happy to pose for some close ups, nonchalantly eating daisies as I snapped.
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