Tag Archives: dressage
Happy holidays, and The Prince’s Man is on #SALE #0.99c
Firstly, I wish you a wonderful holiday season, whatever you are celebrating! I will be celebrating Christmas with my family in the south of the UK, and Hogmanay (the wonderful Scottish New Year celebration) up in the Highlands – where else? This week (on my birthday) I made my annual TV appearance… working as what […]
Do you have a fabulous day job? I am so lucky…
If I’ve been a little quiet on the blog front lately, you’ll understand why when you see the lovely pics below… Yes, I’ve been a tad busy – competing and judging at the UK Winter Dressage Championships (NAF are the title sponsors – Natural Animal Feeds) Qualifying was a bit of a surprise – you always hope […]
Originally posted on deborahjay:
Forgive the departure from all things writing, I am indulging myself today with memories of one of the most fantastic weeks of my life. Exactly one year ago today, Great Britain topped winning the Olympic team gold medal for dressage with individual gold and bronze in the freestyle competition. And for…
#Writers – when the day job takes over….
This week has been a blur of activity leaving very little time to access the internet, or be around on social media. To give you an idea of what I’ve been up to, my week went like this: last Saturday, drive 220 miles in horsebox to stay at Somerford Park Premier League show (Cheshire, UK) […]
Royal Windsor Horse Show – 3 fun days out.
ROYAL WINDSOR HORSE SHOW As a brief interlude from real work (both riding and writing), 3 days at Royal Windsor Horse Show in the glorious sunshine proved a treat, so I thought I’d share a random post about my days competing and stewarding there this week. Last year, the BBC produced a program entitled […]
Sharing my traditionally published book earnings – or, why I went indie!
Recently, a traditionally published author shared the truth about her novel advances from Harper Collins, and her subsequent earnings. Within four hours the post had been removed – due, she tweeted, to ‘contract disclosure reasons’. Now she wasn’t complaining, just sharing the reality of being an ordinary working author and the cold hard facts of the figures for […]
Interview with my alter ego, dressage trainer Debby Lush
Debby Lush is a Grand Prix rider, List 1 judge and the bestselling author of The Successful Dressage Competitor and The Building Blocks of Training. She has taken time out from her busy schedule of riding, judging and training to talk about near misses, swapping from eventing to dressage and her “disastrous” first pony. What made you first get […]
Forgive the departure from all things writing, I am indulging myself today with memories of one of the most fantastic weeks of my life. Exactly one year ago today, Great Britain topped winning the Olympic team gold medal for dressage with individual gold and bronze in the freestyle competition. And for one tiny fraction of […]