Category Archives: Maurice

Frankie Goes to Hollywood

Yes, there had to be a post with this title at some point! We didn’t actually go to Hollywood, but up to the village bar, which was just as exciting and probably a lot more fun 😉 For those of … Continue reading

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Impromptu Session

Impromptu session today as I was just going up to check on progress of new channels Andy’s digging in the track to stop it being washed away by the torrential rain and the horses were both looking at me over … Continue reading

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Puddles can be FUN!

Played with Maurice in the big puddles up the track today. He will normally avoid walking in puddles if at all possible, so with Hannah’s ”trotting is FUN!” in my head I decided that we would make puddles fun!  After … Continue reading

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Riding Out

Went for a short hack on Maurice today.  He’s not been ridden out for so long he’s started his old ”trick” of turning around for home when I’m just ambling along not really focussed on anything.  Today when I felt … Continue reading

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Trotting Around the Round Pen

Thanks to Rachael and her wonderful energy we got Maurice trotting around the round pen last week! Today I worked on this again, using a target for him to follow and doing a ”bouncy walk” to get him trotting.  He … Continue reading

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Fine Fettle Feed

I’ve just ordered some “Happy Tummy” for Maurice as giving him charcoal seems to be finally dealing with a long-term problem we’ve had with diarrhea. I’d like to thank and recommend Fine Fettle Feed for their great customer service and … Continue reading

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Stand on Mat in Paddock

I decided I should really get around to teaching Frankie to wait in place while I take Maurice out of the paddock, as it currently needs two people to get one horse out and keep the other one in. I … Continue reading

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