Gandalf pictured with his X-owners family where he lived a large part of his racing career in Malta.
Four years ago I received a call from Malta. I didn’t know the person calling but he told me he knew a lot about me. He had heard about Pippa’s Paddock and how we took care of horses. He had a racehorse which was retiring and wanted to find him a good home and very much wished us to have him. Soon I was convinced, and Continue reading →
A short view of what University holidays can be like at Pippa’s Paddock
Thank you Caitlin and Ben for this fantastic video….
The Portsmouth University Equestrain Club have been coming to Pippa’s Paddock for the past 4 years. Here is a short videoclip put together by one of the last groups. It shows but a fraction of what they get up to in the week they are here !!!
Two new horses, Apache and Tyrone, come to Pippa’s Paddock.
Not long ago, I realised that we actually needed another horse or two. This was because, with some booked groups in spring and autumn, our horses would have to go out and work hard almost every day. Although we actually have enough horses to do this, I felt I did not really want to push them this hard and with the bookings it seemed that they would have very few rest days. So, the decision was made to bring in one or more new horses. Continue reading →