“She goobered in my eye! Stop filming!” “Don’t bite me!” “I haven’t pressed record!”

Check out the bloopers from Horse & Hound dressage editor Alice Collins’ Hartpury dressage championships video blog which include her chasing after the lorry, driving Fab’s ears like a motorbike, dropping things and demonstrating how not to hose a horse off.

The quirky but loveable little horse has accrued a multitude of fans online over the past week and she bids farewell in this final Petplan Equine Area Festival finals video blog instalment.

Alice reports that Fab has big plans despite her small size. And, who knows, she may qualify for the advanced medium Petplan Equine Area Festival final next year and entertain the internet once again…

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About the Area Festivals
The Area Festivals were set up to give amateur riders of all levels the opportunity to enjoy taking part in prestigious championship-style dressage shows. There are 19 Petplan Equine Area Festivals held at leading dressage venues across the UK from August to November each year. The show aims to give amateurs the chance to compete in true championship conditions and enjoy the experience of riding in the atmosphere of a top show.

Competing at the Area Festivals is an achievement in itself and more than 3,000 riders taking part each year. Those riders placed first to fourth at prelim to elementary inclusive and the winner only from medium to prix st georges at each Area Festival during are invited to compete at the Area Festival Championships at the NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships at Hartpury.