To kick off the blogs for 2021, I turned the tables on the boss and managed to secure an exclusive interview! It’s actually one tough job to pin her down for long enough, but while tacking up a horse and
What a diference a few weeks can make! After the worries of the last few months and a generally quieter time, the end of October saw a few more horses arriving in the yard, things were looking up and a
It’s been a good month in the yard, I am happy to report things are busier and with the recent clock change there is raised excitment and increased workload in terms of winter activities. It really pleases me when I
Autumn is well and truly here. As the future remains uncertain for many of us from a business point of view, the various challenges with regards to maintaining ‘the norm’ around the yard have brought new friends, mixed blessings and
Another month whizzes by and despite the resumption of racing we are still all experiencing strange times and have had to adapt accordingly, bringing lots of fun and varied things out of the box at Fern Farm! Business has slowly
As I write this month’s blog slightly later than usual, it’s hard to believe we are already staring August in the face. It’s been another varied month at Fern Farm, with plenty of goodbyes, hellos and work to be done.
It’s been a mixture of calms and little storms at Fern Farm over the last few weeks. Like everyone at the moment we have had to adapt fast and try everything we can to future-proof the business so we can
It’s the beginning of another week in lockdown and there have been some recent advantages to us in terms of time available for odd jobs and also some fabulous sunny weather. We have accomplished lots over the last week –
So much has changed over the last few weeks in the yard! It feels more like May than it does end of March/April. In light of the Corona virus outbreak, our point to point season was cut short, with the
In the aftermath of storms Ciara and Dennis the animals of Fern Farm have been keeping us entertained and cheerful as we battle with the weather. Dogs climbing everywhere, chickens in the lorry and helping themselves to the feed bucket.