There was a gap as she did the “grown up” stuff. Getting a job at a local cattery, which also involved looking after temperamental thoroughbreds, awakened the love of horses again. It was also the first foray into a more natural way of training horses after visiting a Monty Roberts demo.
After moving back to Fife and finding she didn’t bounce quite the same, she decided to give up horses and bought a sporty roadster as you do! However, after going to a WES show, and seeing lovely calm horses, meeting fab people and of course loving the stetsons and cowboy boots, the passion for horses was awake again. Finding Blackford Glen, the first lesson of western riding was at 10 am and she eventually left at 7pm. Hooked!
After a while, Seonaid found a horse to buy as she had decided it was time to own one and train it western. Bonnie came with a surprise! Trigger was born 4 months after. That was 2 years ago.
Seonaid, Bonnie and Trigger are on their western journey and loving it. Seonaid recommends to anyone to have a go and come and join us in a very friendly and supportive group. Great for you and your horses – western and English.