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About: Sheila Blanning

Sheila Blanning

Sheila, her husband Charles, and daughter Rosie, have been lucky enough to own horses for 20 years. After a few early disasters on the horse-owning front, the wonderful Hamish came into Sheila’s life in 1999. For eight happy years they went on many outings together, showing, show jumping, cross country, dressage, long distance rides, you name it, they did it. When Charles retired in 2007 they and their horses moved to one of the most beautiful parts of England, the Exmoor National Park. Sheila and Hamish gave up competing and spent all their time hunting instead, until sadly, in December 2013, at the age of 23, Hamish went to Rainbow Bridge. He was still hunting with great enthusiasm two weeks before he died.

Recent Posts by Sheila Blanning

A Second Career For All Those Ribbons

As a pony-mad child with seemingly no hope of ever having a pony of her own, Sheila Blanning could never have dreamt that, one day, she would not only have her own pony, but a pony so wonderful that he would win so many rosettes for her, she was able to turn them into a Continue Reading

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