2022 Competition Round Up:
2022 has been a bit of a rollercoaster for me! I finished treatment for breast cancer in January and have spent the rest of the year trying to get myself back to full strength. That took a lot longer than I'd hoped but I'm finally feeling like my old self. Despite my health not being perfect, I've certainly kept busy this year doing 7 weeks at sunshine tour in Spain, London Global Champions tour and then the highlight being Rome Global Champions tour where I picked up several placings. Whilst I've been recovering, my top horse, Gusto, has also been recovering from an injury and we seem to have got back on track right at the same time! We've recently stepped back up to jumping 1.40s.
My top horse Gusto has recently stepped back up to jumping 1.40s and I'm very excited for the 2023 season with him and hopefully jumping some world ranking classes.
We already have a busy year planned for 2023. We start the year with 3 weeks in Oliva Nova in Spain and then we have several international and National shows in the diary.
Shires have been a huge support to me and my horses this year and I'm really looking forward to 2023 working together.