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15-February-2016
15-February-2016 16:27
in General
by Admin

This morning was the busiest Saturday we have had for some months with lots of owners present to watch their horses. Owners, like some animals quite rightly hibernate in the winter months but, once the days start to pull out and Spring threatens to make an appearance, the owners reappear in droves, like clockwork and today felt like the start of things to come. It was a great morning and the horses look tremendous, they are well grown, well muscled up and ready for action. Our horses do generally look good at this time of year with the right kind of condition we want them to have at this stage, but this year they look stronger and more forward than I have seen them looking. Long may it continue.
The new website "should" be going live next week, the IT specialists are finishing the owners login section which has needed much thought. My new iPhone has had all the information from the old phone put onto the new one and on Monday will switch from O2 to EE as recommended by an owner as the O2 signal in Leyburn is very poor. Elsewhere in the IT world, the office computer in the "kitchen office" has been infected by the "Zero day" virus which has apparently been creating mayhem in the commercial world. Not ideal for us either I fear.

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