IT'S hard to believe that so much can happen in just a few weeks ...
I will tell you firstly how our rescued horse is doing - he's putting on weight and is eating us out of house and home.
He has made friends with the other horses and is generally the happiest most laid back horse that I have ever come across.
He is really comical, he pulls the weirdest of faces.
I have ridden him, as I am trying to get some muscle on him, and he is great on the roads, though he has been in Germany for the past 12 years and is used to being ridden on the right hand side of the road, so he thinks that's where he's supposed to be, bless him.
He really is a fine chap, and will make a lovely hack.
Meanwhile, Horace has settled in his new loan home - yep, that's right, Horace is living with Nicola, who knows all about him and his oddities.
It was difficult saying goodbye to Horace. I cried like a baby all the way home, but it has all worked out great. He has had his naughty moments with her, but on the whole, he has settled very well.
While this was going on, Sue told me of a horse at her yard that was just the right horse for me, Jim.
He is fab! He has been there, done it all, and has the rosettes to prove it.
He's a 17hh chestnut ¾ TBx. Needless to say, I've bought him and we have been out hacking and had lots of lessons.
However, when jumping, I fell off and had to go to casualty - I have a hairline fracture of my arm, so no jumping for a while!
My last bit of major news is that I have just sold Hattie.
I thought hard and decided that if the right person came along, I'd sell her. In fact, the perfect person came along, Kath.
She is only in Outlane and I can visit any time - but it's still tough.