Sorry guys I’ve had some catching up to do on sharing the latest images, it’s been a bit hectic and my little girl has been poorly so apologies for the delay!

I recently went out to Horringer to photograph Sarah and Franks on a flatwork lesson at Horringer with Sarah Williamson. Sarah (W) has helped Sarah an incredible amount with Franks and how he carries himself, and his working manner. He’s a far cry from the crazy Irishman he was when I first met him!

As I pulled up the driveway past the cute gatehouse, and carried on, and on a bit further, I was wondering if I’d taken a wrong turn. Luckily there was a lovely man outside the house who confirmed I was indeed headed the right way, and if I parked up round the corner I should be able to smell my way to the stable block. Brilliant! If anybody wants a photoshoot here, please contact me – there were so many opportune spots I can’t even begin to tell you, it was a beautiful place, and so relaxed. The yard was abundant with various chickens and fowl, and the facilities were just to die for. Definite life goals.

Franks was his usual star-self, especially considering shortly after starting the lesson a helicopter landed just behind the trees! This apparently isn’t a common occurrence, but is certainly not unheard of – anyone for a chopper ride on a weekend afternoon? Lovely!

Riley the dog appeared part way through the second lesson with an egg carefully held in his teeth. Little did we realise that he has a habit of burying things to go back for later, and that’s exactly what the fate of the egg was! He ducked under the gate into the manege, and proceeded to dig a little hole for it, before very gently burying it with his nose. Sadly it wasn’t meant to be, and the egg soon got stood on by the handsome Jimmy whilst he was working very hard!

I hope you like your images ladies!


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