These bluebells blooming on top of the hedge caught my eye, as I was driving down this Dartmoor Lane. The bluebells have been splendid on Dartmoor this May.
My Dartmoor Ponies give me so much pleasure! I bred them and now I am training three of them to be ridden. Most of them are out of my one Mare, which my mother gave me many years ago called Shilstone Rocks Rainstorm. Hence I have called her foals... Rainbow, Thunder, Lightning, Raindrop and Talia (meaning dew from heaven). She has another on the way this month!
I struggled through school with severe dyslexia and now I want to encourage other children who are struggling with handling and riding my ponies. to show them that despite their obstacles they can still reach for and live their dreams.
Tracey Elliot-Reep's New Zealand & Australia Tour Report.
Please see the end of the speaking tour list to read some testimonials.
Many thanks to my friends and friends of friends who arranged speaking engagements and gave me wonderful hospitality for me in both New Zealand and Australia.
Special thanks to Grant Salisbury in NZ, Leigh and Nita Brown in Sydney, Stuart and Pam Curtis on the Central Coast and Patrick and Francis Peake in Perth.
Below is a short summary showing some of what I was sharing on tour, including my latest Israel ride and the the Charge of Beersheba.
Spring is here on Dartmoor ... to see many more spring lambs in my photographs please take a look at my Shaggy Sheep book.