Anna Ross reflects on an entertaining festive show and looks ahead to 2021
It’s nearly the end of the world’s weirdest year. Who could have guessed that air kissing – something that the dressage community have been practising for decades – would become a requirement?
The breaking news at the recent High Profile show at Keysoe was that Simon Bates, who has developed the centre from a livery yard to one of the country’s leading venues, has sold it. He will be missed. We have had a lot of fun competing at Keysoe over the past 20 years, and during the pandemic Simon has managed to keep providing shows in a calendar fraught with cancellations.
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