What a lovely interest for her to have. We are into drum lessons at the moment! I’ve got a little lars wannabe!
Fab capture Tracey x
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Ah this is amazing, Joe stopped riding a couple of months ago and I am so sad about it, he is very good its a wonderful hobby x
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That stance. Shes a natural! #mysundayphoto
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She definitely looks as if she’s mastered it, good on her 🙂 #mmbc
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Oh wow – she looks very much at home #MySundayPhoto
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She’s doing really well and looks really confident. I was never that confident doing jumps! #MySundayPhoto
Mummy on a Budget recently posted…My Sunday Photo 26-06-2016
Expensive indeed, but she looks very comfortable there 🙂
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I always wanted to ride as a girl but my dance teacher told my mum there was no way she’d let me ride if I was still going to dance. Riding’s certainly expensive if you end up with your own horse. My sister-in-law’s whole family is into riding – 4 kids, and the parents, all have their own horses. They do a lot of mounted game competitions (not sure that’s the right term). The eldest boy represented GB last year in the US, and this year he’s at the worlds U17s and the 3rd boy is in the younger team for GB in the Europeans. I don’t know how they afford it.
Fantastic capture, I loved horse riding when I was younger. I would love to take Ethan x
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Ahh! Well done your girl…
Lovely photo. It looks like she’s having great fun x
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She looks really confident there and fearless! Great action shot! I’d love to learn how to ride, but a bit expensive for us xx #MySundayPhoto
Baby Isabella recently posted…Silent Sunday 26.06.06
We love going horse riding. It’s our mummy and daughter time and it is so much fun. We used to do dancing and although my daughter never went into comps, my friends who have daughters in dance lessons can be upwards of £500 for costumes, lessons…I think it’s as expensive as you make it. At least with riding you don’t need brand new clothes. With riding hats get one that can have the tape put inside so that the hat lasts longer as their head grows and buy second hand, good condition body protectors. Just hope she doesn’t want to have her own pony LOL! That’s our next looking into project.
Hi Tracey, what a lovely photo. Your daughters concentration as she controls her little pony is priceless. She’s a braver girl than I!
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What an amazing photo and a beautiful pony.
(I must say I’m very pleased none of my kids have ever expressed an interest in this expensive hobby, dance lessons are bad enough!)
Sarah MumofThree World recently posted…Silent Sunday 26.6.16
It is a gorgeous pony isn’t it, and I can see why people fall in love with them … but yes, a very expensive hobby & I wish she had chosen dance rather than riding!!
How awesome, this is so cool. It looks like she’s really enjoying it.
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Looking very self assured there. My daughters are also, slowly but surely, getting curious about horses. It’s expensive, right???
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Oh John, if you can steer them towards dancing, swimming, rock climbing you’ll be a richer man!
Alternatively, find yourself a friend who owns a horse!
Yes, it’s expensive as we do lessons but we also have a friend who owns her own horses, which really helps.
Good luck steering that ‘curiosity’ !
Jumping is quite advanced and she looks like she is holding her position really well. A natural talent.
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She’s a very technically minded little girl; once some one shows her the mechanics of doing something she grasps that quickly and can apply it. Relaxing into it comes second, which she’s just starting to get. I can see this is going to be a very expensive hobby for us!
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I'm Tracey, nice to meet you. Mummyshire was 'born' three years ago after we moved from London to the Oxford countryside. Here I chart our journey adjusting to our new lives, the challenges of being in the countryside & surviving parenthood.
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