Pea soup, anyone!?!

I had two lovely visitors with me for today’s Hickling meet, they had come a long old way, so I’m really pleased we got to have a little toot round Muxloe Hill to put a smile on all of our faces… I just had to take the opportunity of catching a wee snippet of Elma, doing her thing, floating over the hedges- even when I made Shannon wait for the photo moment and go it alone, just so I could get the shot!!! A decent spot to pop from trot & 3 strides!! She’s such a polite lady!!! #huntingfortheperfectpicture #peasoup #foggedoff 

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