The unspoiled world of senior cobs, David and Master Dibble

Location: United Kingdom

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

A good half-hour

After our strenuous lesson last night, Dad only wanted a gentle schooling session this morning. So we left Dibbs to have a lie in in his stable with a full haynet and we went into the school alone. I wore my pelham.

We warmed up in walk and trot on both reins and practised shoulder in and leg yield with lots of halt transitions. We tried some medum trot and had a blast around the whole school in canter both ways. My upwards transtions were on the right leg without too large an aid. Dad was very pleased and said I had been very odedient and we went in after 3o minutes. Dad said it was a good half hour and that we didn't need to do any more today.

Dibbs and I were put out without rugs and had a pleasant afternoon in the field with Leo and Cricket.

Dad came to bring us in at 4.45. We were groomed and given tea and left to chill. Cobs need an uncomplicated day sometimes.


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