Was in the stable at half past seven again this morning and the rain continued. Everything was wet and the clay was everywhere, but luckily my brushes were still dry. After the normal morning duty I went for breakfast and then managed to walk all three horses when it didn´t rain that much.
Mario turned up before lunch to ride Little Pezi and he felt really good. Then it was time for lunch and my rider has been so nice so he arranged a VIP band for me so I could eat some fantastic food for lunch. At this show the grooms only get breakfast and it doesn´t take long before you get tired of French fries and "Bratwurst"...
At two o´clock the Grand Prix started and it was time for Little Pezi. He did an amazing round and with just one foot in the water he got the tenth place! Mario hasn´t had Little Pezi that long so they don´t know each other that well.
When "The King" was washed I managed to go and watch the jump-off. The rain was pouring down and the two girls in the end was amazingly fast and Angelica who was last gave her all and managed to win with Mic Mac du Tillard. Nice with a Swedish win! And a really great job from the hole team and Angelica´s groom Louise has been having a tuff weekend with five horses - so a big congratulation to Angelica and Louise.
Que Pasa got a day off today so we only went walking three times during the day. At 17 it was time for Quin Air and once again he jumped really well and just one down. After some small changes with the bit it worked even better. It was just a stupid fault.
Since the horses have been jumping amazing and especially Little Pezi we decided to go home and not stay for the two last days. So after the tractor pulled the lorry out of the clay we packed everything an went home. On Wednesday we are leaving for the next show - Nörten-Hardenberg.
Que Pasa did just one class this weekend since it only was a warm-up class the first day which wasn´t a real class, but she is only seven and will jump enough classes in her life.
Now we have 380 km left home so we will be home around half past one. Hopefully it will be sun at home tomorrow so the horses can go out on their grass fields and relax - they earned it!
Bye for now!
Best wishes, Sara