Our travel blog hasn’t quite turned out how we envisioned so we’re going to change our focus a bit. We will continue to post travel pieces here but we’ll also be posting carriage related material that is maybe a bit more complex than is right for the Facebook page but isn’t quite the right fit for The Carriage Journal either. We’ll be posting weekly, probably every Tuesday, so stay tuned! We’re excited about all the possibilities.
Sunday marks the close of the Royal Windsor Horse Show but before you are too sad, remember that Sunday is also a day packed with driving. We started the day off with the Champagne Laurent – Perrier Meet of the British Driving Society. The drive made all the news channels in England as Lady Louise, age 13, made her driving debute. It was also the first drive in many years that HRH Prince Philip didn’t lead, Lady Louisa had that honor using a vehicle driven at the very first Royal Windsor Horse Show.
In a different area, the Land Rover International Driving Grand Prix was entering the last stage – cones.
It doesn’t matter what CDE you attend marathon day always seems to have a little extra buzz to it…add in watching Boyd Exell and some of the best drivers in the world, suddenly the buzz is really exciting. Watching ponies and horses zig and zag their way through the marathon course at this years event was no exception.