A wet night and wild this morning as the tail-end of Hurricane Katia blows in. Not a day for messing about; 3 lots, 25 mins warm-up in the school, twice up the all-weather, 20 mins warm down and back in. It feels as if we have already had more than our share of autumn storms and its only 12th Sept! One or two pics taken on Friday by an old friend who is setting up a new racing club which I am hoping will have its horses trained here, more details to follow!
|Papamoa (Holly) and Isla Patriot (Kelly) on the all-weather|
|Northern Flame (Lucy) and Little Glenshee (Gemma) stretch out on Lucinda's woodchip|
|Papamoa and Four Fiddlers forage for Cotoneaster - a valuable source of nectar|