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Posted on Feb 26, 2015 in Riders blog, Sammy Borthwick, Showjumping

Sammy – February has flown by!!

This month seems to have flown by, it’s been very busy with all sorts going on. The start of the month was taken up with a lot of training, both jumping and flat plus some fitness work at the beach for all the horses. Unfortunately my trainer broke his collarbone as well this month and I’ve been helping keep his horses ticking over. It has added 5 more to the list but at least it has saved me having to join the gym!!!

11096980_10155339881530612_1652402232_nI also hosted my first clinic of the year at Model Farm Equestrian, thankfully the sun was shining through most of it and plenty of people came to watch. It was a great day, and I loved meeting some new faces. I think we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, and I am already looking forward to the next one.

I’ve only done a few shows this month, and unfortunately there is no major results to report but I am very happy with how the horses are going. South View Premier show with April Love, was the biggest show on the month. I only jumped one day here in the Blue Chip small grand prix qualifier, she jumped a super round to be unlucky to have the final fence in the jump off. I cannot wait to get her out this summer when she will be aimed at the HOYS talent seekers qualifiers and the CSI 2* Internationals.11075168_10155339881955612_304287186_n

Although I haven’t had much spare time this month, I’ve managed to squeeze in a catch up with my lovely sponsors Equiemporium and Stable Equestrian. If it wasn’t for their continuous support my job would be a lot harder!!! I always love meeting up with them and hearing all their exciting plans for the future!

Next month is going to be busy with more shows including Bishop Burton Premier, another clinic, some fab pupils to teach and of course MY BIRTHDAY, so come back next month to find out how it all went!!


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