However, as we proved, fortunes can change in an instant and that’s what we found at Hopetoun. Chance Remark and Moonlight Dance managed to lift the team spirits however. Austen (Chance Remark) finished 7th in his first run at this level for a while and Moonlight Dance was 3rd in her first international in the CIC*. A great result for this special mare who I have high hopes for.
The final weekend in June brought a victory when Georgina Jelf’s Erythronium won the BE100 at Keysoe. So at least we finished on a ‘high’ and let’s hope that continues..
It has definitely been one of those months but the most important thing is that the horses are all ok. So it’s now onwards to July’s excitements…. Let’s just hope the weather calms down and normal service can resume. When the weather has been as unpredictable as it was in June, I always think it’s just so unfair on all those event organisers who haven’t been able to carry on!
Until next time, Willa