Monthly Archives: August 2012

RayAnniDeka 2012

The last two days were tough because I had to make a final inspection of the Bukit Kiara polo field and decide if it was playable for the Merdeka League Final that is scheduled to start next week.  It was … Continue reading

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Weier’s View

I was e-mailing with my course designing mentor, Paul Weier, about the Olympic Games.  In addition to being one of the greatest course designers the world has ever had, Paul also has collected the designs of all Olympic Games.  Therefore … Continue reading

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Back Beat

Natasha and I took a short break with the family and spent a few days in Singapore over the Raya school holidays.  It was a nice holiday and we did many fun things with the kids.  We visited the Jurong … Continue reading

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Selamat Hari Raya

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Mallet Therapy

I spent an hour this Sunday morning repairing some of my mallets that have gone through the season that were in need of some minor repairs.  It was mainly sand-papering jobs and painting of heads.   I have a collection of … Continue reading

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Bob the Builder is Spot-on

Olympic Showjumping Course Designer Bob Ellis is doing an awesome job.  Bob the Builder is getting the almost perfect results.  As a course designer myself, I can tell you, I am in awe of what he had produced.  Fences aside, … Continue reading

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Dollars & $ense

Mark Todd with Tony Veitch: “Most who compete (in equestrian events) are not from wealthy backgrounds. They are people who have a passion for riding & competing, and they find a way to do it. Sponsors, and owners who are … Continue reading

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