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13th April 2019
Youngsters Kevin, Lily and Dan had their 2nd cross country schooling outing of their careers this weekend. All three behaved impeccably. Homebred Kevin, (pictured above) looking particularly classy.
11th April 2019
Dan and Aimee, Jack and Sharon; making the most of the school Easter holidays and saying a quick hello to the foals (Victor and Valour). Socialisation starts early here at Darshams Farm!
9th April 2019
Youngsters Dan and Lilly jumped superbly today at Codham Park. Jack joined them for the outing and racked up another classy, double clear, in the 1.30m, landing himself 2nd place.
4th April 2019
Winston was a Superstar at the Advanced Medium Winter Championships today. ‘The weather was revolting, we had freezing cold rain, but despite this he preformed impeccably. His first part of the test was absolutely superb, scoring mostly 7’s and 8’s. Unfortunately he added an extra change on the canter serpentine and we never really regained the same composure and focus. Lots of positives though and we are looking forward to our next outing.’
1st April 2019
Sharon attended the last day of her coaching course today and received this certificate of completion. Sharon is looking forward to incorporating her new skills in to her future coaching.
28th March 2019
Amanda and Aimee Pomfret’s Starholme Lulu went off to her new home today, we wish her new family all the best for the future.
Tuesday 26th March
Youngsters Dan and Lily went to Anvil Park Stud today and had their first competitive outing. Both jumping double clears in the clear round and British Novice, showing a great attitude. Jack went along as well and showed them how it’s done; he didn’t disappoint and won his Foxhunter class. A good day at the office!
Thursday 21st March
Youngsters Dan, Lily and Kevin had their first outing of their career today. Our resident groom Alice also came along with her horse Henry for a pre-season XC practice. All horses behaved impeccably. Lily stood out to be the ‘star of the day’ showing a really professional attitude and love for her future Eventing career.
On the journey home, Sharon described Lily as “one to watch, an exciting future prospect”.