One evening last week, I had three jobs to do. The first was to enter Badminton, which seemed futile; the second was supplying information for Olympic accreditation, which now proves to have been futile, and the third was to answer questions from my solicitor who was drafting my will, which with any luck will be futile!
We’re trying to carry on as normally as possible since the shutdown of British Eventing competitions. The horses’ preparations are continuing as if they have events coming up. The aim is to have them ready to hit the ground running when we’re given green light, but also to make progress in the meantime, so that when we start eventing they’re all half a season further on in their training than they are now.