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... the Place Charles de Gaulle. The gendarme stopped the traffic as we marched, did a left wheel, did a right wheel and then marched all the way to the Arc. We then did another right wheel, a counter march and then we were in position. Oh and all the while we were playing the Canberra March. It was extraordinary. I think we were all a bit nervous (and I was very nervous) as we knew how important this ceremony is. Once there the French and German ...
... to rehearse and have lunch.
The rest of the band (in the main) have only just flown in that morning. So they are tired and a bit smelly! I know how they feel - really all you want to do when you get off a flight is have a shower - not have a rehearsal! Everyone did really well.
We then went to the musee de la musique. It is an amazing museum that chronicles the history of musical instruments ... Right down our alley. There were some astonishing instruments and ...
The Fences auction was awesome!! Kate and I were treated to
some VIP attention thanks to Eric. There were 5 course meals and as much wine and
champagne as we could drink - safe to
say I went home jolly every night.There were so many nice horses and Kate was
ticking the pages of each horse she liked - there were a lot of ticks!! Top price was 62k
which was a 3 year old filly by Baloubet du Rouet out of a Clinton mare and the
top foal ...
So I’ve had my debut show in Europe. Just a small one at a
place called Liverdy two Fridays ago. I
had the ride on 2 horses; Tetiahora and Unieme. Tetiahora (the challenge) was
awesome at her first show, giving the 90cm and 1m courses plenty of air! Unieme
was also clear in her 1m and 1.10m (she has a few brothers and sisters jumping
1.50m which makes her very exciting!!)
I had my second show just this past Friday, riding 4 this
I arrived safely in France on 8th August then negotiated my path through the French train Network to get to the lovely little village of Barbizon - my highly anticipated new home for the next 3 months.... and it was straight into it, getting to ride 4 horses that very afternoon.I timed my sleep on the plane well and didn't suffer jet lag this time which was an added bonus!!
The stable where I am is "Les Ecuries du ...