This was my first live show of the year, and it was a great start! The hall was only an hour or so away and so it was less time rushing around in the morning (and I could sleep longer!). We arrived in good time at the hall for me to unpack my models and get my performance entries set up... That was a nightmare! I realised why doing performance wasn't necessarily my forte.
The performance was first and I placed my cross country entry onto the table and waited by chatting to the others. I was so pleased when it had been judged and I had this little certificate next to my entry!!
I also had my little western set up, I suddenly realised I could enter him in the Western ridden class so I chucked him in it (not literally, don't worry!) and that was also worth the while...
For the lunch break, there were two fun classes, one for St. Patricks day and the other was the best painted medallion. I entered Todd of course in the medallion class. Meanwhile, my friend Cat of Chestnut Ridge set up the most amazing St. Patricks day scene with her julips and even had a soundtrack!
The show continued and we finished really early, shortly after 2pm! It was very well run and it was relaxed at the same time, I look forward to the next one and I shall bombard the table with more horses, I make that a promise!