The 2015 season is nearly here!

After a slightly quieter festive period on the horse front, things are certainly in full swing now. With a few exciting new rides for the 2015 season, and some new lovely owners joining the Ginny Howe Eventing team.

The horses all had their first XC school, on the all weather surface at Aston le Walls, never the less it was great to get them out and they loved it.

The winter months have consisted of plenty of BSJA, with most horses paying their way in prize money, and it has also been good practice for the coming season. After a bit of a mission sorting through the events calendar and trying to put a plan together that suits each horses level and aims for the season, it is a now pretty much there. It looks to be an exciting year with  some trips to Scotland and Ireland scheduled in.

The cheeky 'Imperato' cant wait to get out competing again, he will have a few Intermediate and Advanced runs before hopefully heading off to Tattersalls ***.

Creeslough after having a slightly easier season last year, and a winter hunting he will come out at Intermediate and ** level hopefully getting back to *** level mid season.

The very exciting Greenlough Dave has been having plenty of dressage practice which hopefully will have pay off and he will control his excitement a little more this year, now a year older and more developed. Ginny hopee he will make his debut at ** mid season. His jump has been incredible and hopefully the dressage will be as good!

Hamilton had a mixed season last year, certainly testing in a number of ways but he too another year older with more mileage under his belt,  hopefully he can fulfill his potential!

EyesNoseBest has been taking the BSJA circuit by storm, pretty much always in the top 3! She too has been hunting this winter hoping this might extinguish her minor mishaps she had last season. She will progress to novice again and hopefully on to CCI*

New ride CVS Indian Summer owned by Claire Foster has only been at the yard a short time but Ginny is very excited with her potential. Produced by Claire since a 5yo, she has taken her successfully up to Novice. She will have a few BE100 runs then back to novice and see where the season takes us.

Exracehorse Danetime Panther, has progressed so much over the winter months, with BSJA training, dressage and XC practice, its as if he has done it all before. He will make his debut to eventing at BE90 level and compete in the ROR classes, then upgrading to BE100.


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