This Friday’s bowling night has been postponed because the hall is unavailable. Happily Tanya and Cecil have promised to rearrange our annual excursion to Ramelton for another night.
A big thanks to our hosts for recent Friday nights. Not only did they do the organising and look after us very well on the evening — they have also filed the following reports of what everybody got up to: Flatwork at Hazel’s “Four of us were ready willing and kind of able to go for the first sessionContinue reading “Catching up on what’s been happening on our Friday nights”
No reports have yet trickled through about our recent Friday evening lessons at Hazel’s arena with Patricia Warren. Surely this information vacuum will soon be filled by one of the club detectives? In the meantime we can look forward to a lesson with Kelda this coming Friday night at Marina and Enda’s home in St Johnston. ContactContinue reading “Friday evening activities continue this week with Kelda in St Johnston”
While the Northwest League receives all the limelight at this time of year our Friday night activities continue to attract a stalwart following. Lessons at Glenleary for the last two weeks were well attended and members enjoyed tuition from two less familiar faces in Ronan McLaughlin and Daniel Lusby. There are so many ways toContinue reading “Friday evening activities continue apace”
Liz Potter is as quick out of the blocks as ever with her first class results service. Here’s the picture after yesterday’s second leg of the Northwest Spring League. Everything is still to play for. Congratulations to everybody who participated, particularly the winners. Well done Hillary on a wonderful victory for Letterkenny in the Advanced PrimaryContinue reading “How things stand after Round 2 of Northwest League”
See, it’s not just the Gaeltachts that can trot out the cúpla focal. Now, having exhausted the Irish language resources of this website editor, we’ll continue in English. It’s time to build on a great start to the Northwest League and reach greater heights this coming Sunday at the second leg. We had a marvelous day at the season-openingContinue reading “Tús maith, leath na hoibre: Now for Round 2 of the Northwest League”
There was a huge turn-out for our annual dinner and bowling night last Saturday at Arena 7. Along with all the usual suspects, the chattering tables included newer members like Lisa Moore and Micháel McClafferty. These two alone are a wonderful example of the diversity of our membership. We come in all shapes and sizes,Continue reading “Social year off to a flying start at cracking bowling evening in Arena 7”
With Anne taking over in the Secretary’s hot seat, last Thursday’s club meeting was well attended and very productive. Significant annual events such as the Northwest Team Challenge, Flowerhill, Carrickfinn and our summer Derby & Dressage show were chiseled into their slots, allowing the rest of the calendar to fall into place around them. We have aContinue reading “Plenty to look forward to between now and the derby”
Our riding club years have a comfortably familiar pattern. We recover slowly from the break over Christmas and New Year (bravely interrupted this time by Inishowen’s show) and gradually start setting the mounted wheels in motion to get us to the first big day of the season, the first leg of the NWL on SundayContinue reading “January sees club life rekindled”
A very, very happy new year to all our members and their families and friends. After a memorable 2014 here’s hoping for a peaceful and rewarding 2015 where our equestrian ambitions are realised and our club activities bring us endless pleasure.