A New Year Message from Pom ….

Thank you, thank you, thank you Pom for your wise words. Happy New Year. I have applied for a scholarship to study on a more regular basis with my very gifted trainer this summer. I’ll start making more posts in the coming year, especially if I receive the grant. In the meantime, I will share your heartwarming post.

About cavaliereattitude

Englishwoman, transplanted to SW France in ’86, blogging – with a large dose of humour and self-deprecation – about life with my husband and our horses, the never-ending renovation of an ancient and crumbly stone farmhouse and the attempt to carve a beautiful garden and productive pasture out of a woodland wilderness………

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It’s a little known fact that we horses are great believers in New Year Resolutions.  Or at least Reflections.

Let’s face it.  We can realistically expect to celebrate far fewer New Years than you, our human counterparts.

So instead of going out partying or going to bed early pretending you don’t care, if you humans were to peek into the barn or the field shelter around midnight, you might find your horse and his or her companions mulling over the year past and thinking about what to make of the year ahead.

In smarter establishments than mine, elite athletes may be bragging about the cups they bagged in 2014 and the prizes they have in sight for upcoming seasons.  Some may be yawning – having heard it all before – quietly hoping their sore backs and tendons hold up another year.  Others may be apprehensive about a move away…

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