About

Shortly after I took up horse riding again after too long a hiatus, I realised that I was fast turning into what one of my friends had previously described as an ‘insufferable horsey girl’; the type who talks about nothing but horses and her own riding endeavours. I had no desire to give my friends cause to tire of me, but at the same time I found myself with a lot I wanted to say on the subject, and in need of an outlet for it. And thus, I created this blog, for anyone interested in reading my anecdotes to access at their leisure rather than have its contents forced upon them.

A little about myself and my riding background: Like many little girls growing up in the UK in the 1980s, I took pony riding lessons once a week after school as a child and was at one time also a member of a Saturday morning pony club, but all of this stopped before I started secondary school due to the increasing cost of riding lessons. Save for a few group hacks on school trips and so forth during my teens, I then didn’t have another opportunity to ride again (largely due to time constraints and the high cost of adult lessons), although I maintained my love of horses and a desire to take it up again some day.

My chance to start again came when I decided to give up work and return to full time education in my late twenties, in the most unlikely of places… Tokyo.

This is where the adventure begins…

One response

19 01 2013
mellchan

Hi there Carrie, I love your blog and have nominated you for the Versatile Blog Award. Check out all the details at: http://mellchan.wordpress.com/2013/01/18/oh-goodness-a-blog-award/

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