Riding through dappled woodland carpeted with flowering
wild bluebells on a sunlit spring day,
a worn winding path carved by footprints through delicate
fragrance and indigo colour showing the way,
a golden brown hen pheasant causes a startled shy when
beside you it decides to take evasive flight,
the cherished peace of a morning ride in the tranquil stillness
of dawn, bathed in rays of metallic gold sunlight.
The pure exhilaration of a windswept gallop along the polished
wet sand of a deserted winter beach,
solitary shadowed sandy hoof prints following, only the white
tipped waves of high tide will reach,
effortlessly loping across the undulating golden stubble of a
harvested wheat field, a solitary brown hare,
the timeless sight of a long legged newborn foal upon first
standing being lovingly tended by brood mare.
The elegance and collected power in elevated trot displayed
by the trained classical movement of Passage,
the attention to minute detail in elegant black top hat and coat
tails that is the essence of dressage,
the rewarding simple pleasure of watching a loose horse roll
and play with flowing mane and tail hair,
speed and power combine with joy and beauty, breathing
white cloudy plumes in the frosty morning air.
Rugged, booted and gleaming, the mane neatly plaited with
black thread, ready to travel to a local show,
after an early start and long day competing in different
classes, coming home with a ribbon rosette glow,
the natural beauty of the horse, whether a Thelwell, Shire,
Arab or donkey, it’s inherent spirit and grace,
the love of all horses is within even as a young child, always in
the heart, it has a special place.
Beloved Wife Jane Farthing 1929 – 2017
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