Discussion in 'Driving Miniature Horses' started by MajorClementine, Jan 2, 2018.
Now that I am rejuvenated, I will write it down. Makes me tired to think about it again though!
Our road has been paved newly, so I couldn't drive for a couple of days... we went hiking instead and this week, I started driving again.
Tuesday, oct 23: 40 minutes for the team Massai/Teddy/Moony
Wednesday, oct 24: 70 minutes for Moony
Thursday, oct 25: 50 minutes for the team Massai/Teddy/Moony
45 minutes for Dapper Dan.
30 minutes ground driving Peanut this week. Thanks!
20 minutes of driving Peanut hitched. We had sun!
I did my carriage driving license last week, so I did not have much time for driving my own horses
But a few hours...
oct 27: 60 minutes for the team Massai/Teddy
oct 28: 60 minutes for the team Massai/Teddy/Moony
nov 3: 40 minutes for Moony
nov 3: 50 minutes for the team Massai/Teddy
nov 4: 60 minutes for the team Massai/Teddy
nov 6: 55 minutes of ground driving for Moony
hopefully I'll drive this week and next weekend more!
Tell us more about a carriage driving license.
All caught up! You guys rock!!!
This license is necessary for the most competitions in our country, but actually it's not needed for driving on roads. But there's a discussion the license will be mandatory for EVERY driver who drives outside. Maybe in a few years it will be necessary.
But for me, it was a great chance to learn more about driving. We drove in a city with much traffic, but big horses. I think I got much more practice in driving through heavy traffic and be more self-confident.
@MajorClementine thanks for picking up the hours!
I can add some more...
nov 8: 40 minutes for Moony
nov 9: 40 minutes for the team Massai/Teddy/Moony
nov 11: 360 minutes for Moony (Massai and Teddy were driven by a girl, but I think, we only pick up the hours that we drive ourselves)
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