Katy has the task of training a Shire x cob to fly...
'I believe there should be a whole new unit in the BHS exams, ‘amateur psycho-therapy for yard managers and coaches’
Katy and her family have been battling the elements to help keep the show on the road
Katy addresses the horse world with some words of advice to those who are quick to judge
Katy has started 2018 with gusto working on her family home complete with heroic husband and many children
Katy discovers that miracles can happen at the expense of extreme tiredness and some consumption of wine
Katy has endured some exam stress just weeks after giving birth
The last time Katy spoke to us, her waters had just broken...
Katy has some incredible news...
Katy is into the final five weeks of her pregnancy, but that doesn't mean things are slowing down at South Woolley
Katy has been out competing, but has made a promise to herself now that she is over six months pregnant
Katy explains the sequence of events that happened in the run up to the discovery of a miracle
Katy discusses the order of her priorities and introduces a couple of new additions to the facilities of her livery yard
"Adrenaline or sheer stupidity, had worn off and I could not put any weight on either leg. Bilateral grade five lameness. I was completely stuck"
Katy has some big and exciting news to share
"I often find myself confusing man and beast, growling at the children and absurdly warning the horses that they are "this close" to a time out"
Some very fresh horses and wild weather has made for an interesting time for Katy recently
Katy is relishing the chance to fulfil a dream, has endured some epic fails and discusses what happens when a livery can't pay their bill
Katy hasn't managed to find a spare moment to buy a pint of milk, let alone any Christmas presents over the past couple of weeks
Katy explains some of the perils encountered by livery yard owners during the cooler winter months