Arrived just 7am this morning but also brought my partner with me who in fairness was not keen to get out of bed just 6 this morning. But she did and all was OK. We arrived, set up the tent worked out the changes to the programme.
The sun is out but last night's rain has made a lovely fresh morning. This means we were rather chilly this morning. We went shopping and pleased to say we just came back with crisps, though a toilet seat will be ordered soon.
At 1130 we escorted our president, Gwenda, to the Copper Horse Area to present our award at the Driving For Disabled (Class 51) for the Driving section. We were greeted by the Course Officials who promoted and mentioned the Rotary Club of Windsor St George several times [ed. thanks]. The winner was expertly judged and this year was awarded to Matthew Law who was riding Tookie. Matthew was thrilled that he was given a trophy that he can keep. Several photos were taken including the official ones, that I will order for the club tomorrow.
Huge congratulations to all of the participants who entered.
We had a delivery of biscuits today from a grateful attendee for the fabulous and caring service that we provided yesterday. I am not sure what we did but the biscuits will be enjoyed today. :-)
George (the friendly dragon [costume] ) has been quieter today, we suspect he has been at the free Gin and Vodka that has been on offer at the show. I am sure he is sampling regularly to make sure that the quality is being maintained....
As ever I am grateful to my army of volunteers - Rotarians and non-Rotarians.